And considering man's propensity for worship - to look up to something sublime and perfect; am not too surprised at the tone of your write up.
Sincerely, we will continue to be let down by men of God and the faith of many will grow cold as a result; but more important is the challenge of having men of God holding themselves to a much higher standard than the rest of the mortals - if they don't continually strive to attain to perfection and way higher standard ("more of God" daily), we all will be in big trouble - A Paul, Peter or John will forever be needed in the Christian faith. So it is necessary and compulsory for some to strive for higher discipline, devotion and chastity!
I only hope we find stronger men to fill the gap between God, whom we cannot see and our everyday realities!
- Oracle and Google2008 - present
- Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife2001 - 2007
I love the computers and Smart Technologies (and see the rest of my life inside and with it) - and then to analyse problems, to play chess, Sudoku, refine personal skills/proficiency, dance when no one is looking - and now dancing when everyone is looking; and then for the love of good music from the world's best maestros- Mozart, Chopin, Tsa, Bethoven, Federic Handel ... Although more of hip hop now - I think Usher Raymond is a great dancer!
Apart from the above, I am forward thinking and always interested in new ways of getting things done; thinking before acting.
And am a great learner!
- Rubik Technologies LtdSolution Architect, 2012 - present
- Quanteq Technology Services LtdApplication Developer, 2011 - 2012
- USAID under the Ghain Project for Family Health International, AbujaSoftware Engineer, 2009 - 2011
- Intergrated Advanced Analysts(IAA) Associates Ltd, LagosStructural Analyst, 2007 - 2008
- Deoserve Consultancy- BUA International Sugar Refinery ProjectAutoCAD Specialist/Civil Engineer, 2004 - 2007
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