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Friday, June 2, 2017

Ooni Adeyeye: A Short Testimonial

I could not understand the language spoken in the market. What was it that I didn’t sell? Except human parts. I sold biscuit, vegetable oil, rice, sugar, name it. I kept on working. 
The going was rough and tough but I was not deterred. In the market, I started meeting people. 
I met Alhaji Aliko Dangote, I met Dr Adeleke, many emirs. Because I was dedicated and focused on what I was doing, I kept on going. Bit by bit, people started noticing me. As business improved, I began to divest into other things. 
Today, I give God all glory for making me to choose to be my own boss. I am one of you. Let’s start something new and create jobs. The future belongs to us and we must seize the initiative.

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