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Olugbenga Awomodu
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Media & Communication │Writer, Blogger, Editor & Content Strategist │ www.tweakmycontent.com
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"I knew by the long line of cars in front of MUSON Centre that many people in Lagos also thought that seeing 'WAKAA, the musical' would be a great way to spend their Sunday afternoon."

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"Africa is not rich or poor, educated or illiterate, progressive or archaic. What #Africa is depends on which part of it you are referring to." Nancy Kacungira, Ugandan TV journalist http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-34508552

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"The business world’s denial of differences hurts women, and excludes them in a myriad of ways – consciously and unconsciously – from leadership."

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CEOs see talent as a top challenge, but they typically undervalue HR. It shouldn't be this way.

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If you fuel your journey on the opinions of others, you are going to run out of gas. - Steve Maraboli

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"Uber's clash with government is uniquely popular among apolitical folks but its struggles are all too common. I applaud readers for following these developments and supporting Uber. But I encourage them to also pay attention when this happens to firms without huge national followings; to support the rights of all businesspeople to freely conduct their affairs and engage in mutually-agreeable transactions with other consenting adults."

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Born and raised in Sagamu, Ogun State, Michael Adesanya has been nothing but an extraordinary example to follow. Graduating from Mayflower school, Ikene with nine distinctions and a First Class degree in Chemical Engineering in 2010, Michael has gone on to add being the winner of the 2015 Stanford African Fellowship [worth $145,000] to his list of achievements. In addition to his academic strides, MLK Adesanya is also the co-founder of Taylor-Loran – a men’s fashion label in Lagos.

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"This year, as my business meeting came to an end, I decided to extend my trip to include a pleasurable visit to Cape Town. Whilst Jo’burg is extremely busy- the country’s business nerve centre; Cape Town has a more holiday feel to it." - Notey Akpotive

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"This presidential meeting could provide a perfect opportunity for America to prove that its penchant for dispensing advice about Africa’s ills could be turned from condescension to tangible action."
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