Personal Leadership, Published Articles

Letter to my Friend, the Nigerian Undergraduate

Dear Friend,

In a country where many universities are struggling and some have already begun to decay, students like you who still strive for excellence and greatness against the odds, are in the minority.

I want you to know that I’m rooting for you, and I have a few things to share with you that will help you if you don’t merely read, but actually take them to heart.

Interview, Published Articles

Career of the Week – Amina Oke, Freelance Writer

Freelance writer Amina Oke has an undergraduate degree in English language from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, and a masters’ degree in International Relations from the University of Birmingham, UK. We chatted about freelance writing and the importance of having a niche in this interview.

 

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Interview, Personal Leadership, Published Articles

Career of the Week – Chinyere Anarado, Facilities Manager

Chinyere Anarado studied Estate Management at the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus where she graduated with a Second Class Upper. She is currently Head, Facilities Management Department at Dayola Property & Development Company. We talked about career paths and decisions in this interview

 

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Inspiration, Interview, Published Articles

Career Of The Week – Eromo Egbejule, Journalist

Eromo Egbejule is a journalist whose first degree is in Agricultural & Bioresources Engineering with a specialization in Structures & Environment. He has a couple of diplomas in communication and financial journalism, and has just started a Master’s in Communication, PR & Advertising. We talked about careers, choices, and misconceptions about a journalism career HERE.