Monday, November 10, 2014

Myles Munroe - Life, Lessons and Legacy

* Who is Myles Munroe?

Myles Munroe to me is a teacher, leader and mentor to millions of Christians and non- Christians alike come to follow and enjoy his leaderships teachings in all areas of life including career, finance, relationship, leadership, evangelism and many more.

* Upbringing and Education Myles

Munroe was born in April 20, 1954 in Bahamas, USA. All we can say was that he came from a not well-of family. He made it from mat to jet. That's about his growing. In 1978, Myles graduated with a degree in fine arts, education and theology at Oral Roberts University. Then again he went for this masters and graduated in 1980 at University of Tulsa with a Masters degree in Administration and was awarded a number of honorary doctoral degrees. Dr. Munroe pastors one the biggest ministries in US called the Bahamas Faith Ministries (BFMI). He is married to Ruth Munroe and has a son named Chairo (Myles Jr.) and daughter Charisa.

* What does Dr. Munroe do?

Dr. Munroe with the assistance from BFMI preaches the gospel of Jesus Christ, through his BFMI television networks, radio and web communications and conducts leadership trainings and business coaching, counselling and is invited to speak from all corners of the world. He is also a best selling author.

* Dr. Munroe's Books

He was the author of 69 books books most of which are best sellers. You can follow this link to find his published books and more:

* Death & Legacy

Dr. Myles Munroe died on 9th November 2014 living out his purpose in life; spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. He died along with his wife, Ruth, and daughter, Charisa in a plane crash. He was survived by his son, Chairo (Myles Jr.) Munroe.
Dr. Myles Munroe was the author or coauthor of over 100 books, study guides, and audio tapes currently in print, and he is a contributing writer for various Bible editions, journals, magazines, and newsletters, such as The Believer’s Topical Bible, The African Cultural Heritage Topical Bible, Charisma Life Christian Magazine, and Ministries Today.

* Biography Reference
¤ Myles Munroe International (MMI)
¤ Hub
¤ Wikipedia

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Frustrations Of An Emerging Generation by George Ashiru

This is how you define frustration:

When a bird is all set to fly, and the wind beneath its wings becomes still.

When a man is sent to war, and he is given only one bullet to win the war.

When a footballer shoots at point blank range, only to find that the post has been shifted.

Our emerging generations are full of passion, and haven honed their skills, stretched out their hands to grab at their future, only to see its been stolen by a crooked cabal of rulers...

That, my friend, is the definition of frustration...Frustration is often militant.

Written by:
George H. Ashiru
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Tuesday, September 16, 2014


A befitting name for the fearful dog that puts his tail in between his legs.

The name for a soldier who succumb to enemy's intimidation in battlefield.

The name for a people silenced by fear of death in the face of oppression.

A small evil weed that grows within to subdue a king to a life of slavery.

When cowardice takes root it becomes hard and almost impossible to uproot.

And except by way of courage, no man can uproot the stumps of cowardice.

Courage is everything, a propeller, a booster. Courage is faith!

But courage alone is not always enough especially without wisdom.

Unguided courage is but a threat, a danger and an evil just like cowardice.

Wisdom is the guide that turns good courage away from becoming reckless.

Reckless courage changes good men of yesterday to oppressors tomorrow.

Add to your courage, godly wisdom, that you may triumph as a true leader.

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade

|Social Worker |Poet & Writer |Aerobics Trainer |Social Media Manager |Aspiring Photographer

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

PESSIMISM (by James Bekenawei)

Pessimism nauseates me
It churns the linings of my stomach
It generates a morbid feeling
It weakens my bones
And dampen my hopes.

Pessimism gives me obscure vision
It overestimates my fears
And underestimates my strength
It makes me weak
Sap off all my faith
And leaves me naked and cold

Pessimism nauseates me
It emanates a fever not existing
It births visions of events not happening
It steals the joy of each day
And paints my world in dark colors

Pessimism nauseates me
It weakens my resolve
It soils my inner beauty
It envisions the worse
the world is bleak already
why make it bleaker?

Written by:
James Bekenawei
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A Famous 15-year-old Blind Inventor

When inventors are mentioned, most of us have a picture in our mind of an absent-minded professor, with grey hair sticking up all over the place, and thick spectacles, sliding down their nose. However, there's no age limit on having great, original ideas, and some of the inventions we take for granted these days are around because of the foresight and knowledge of teenagers barely out of school. Here is a story of a famous teenage inventor, Louis Braille (1809 - 1852)

Braille became blind at the age of 3, following an accident in his father's workshop. He was educated at the Royal Institute for Blind Youth in Paris. When he was 12, a former soldier called Charles Barbier introduced the students to his invention - night writing - a system of 12 raised dots which allowed soldiers to transmit confidential information without speaking.

Braille improved on Barbier's invention, and by the age of 15 had perfected the Braille system which is still used as a universal reading method for the blind today. He published the first Braille book in 1829.

Article Source: Sciences360

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

GROW Yourself Ahead Of The Future (by Olusola Amusan)

A reliable research revealed that there are over 50 exabytes of new information transferred over the internet annually, and 3,000 new books published everyday. The window for learning is widening daily.

Things have changed, Students must learn new skills to take up jobs that have not being created, using technologies that have not being invented, in order to solve problems we have not yet recognized.

We must collaborate effectively, adapt in entirely new ways, apply innovative learning means. We need to fit in today's world, we need to rethink, we need to GROW!

Olusola Amusan
Growth Consultant
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Twitter: @olusolamusan

Sunday, June 1, 2014

JUNE: Rejoice, Rethink and Run

* Why Rejoice?
For everyone who made it to this new month of June, I believe there is a need to rejoice and celebrate regardless of whatever it is you have lost or gained since the beginning of this year. Cultivating an attitude of gratitude is very important, because it helps us to focus more on the positive side of life and gives us hope for a better tomorrow.

* Why Rethink?
Take a few minutes and rewind back to the beginning of this year, possibly you had written a "New Year Resolution" which is a set of goals and objectives of all you wish to achieve through the year, isn't it? So, the question now is, are you still committed to what you have set out to accomplished or you have even forgotten all about it? Today is the right time to rethink, revive and re-strategize so as for you to be able to make something worthwhile out of the remaining months ahead of you. It's never too late to make a new plan neither is it wrong to review the old one.

* Why Run?
Time is one of the greatest resource and gift that every human has in equal measure. Nobody has more time than the other, we all have 24hours each day to turn our dreams to realities. One popular secret about time is that those who plan their life (in order of priority) and stick to it will always achieve greater results and still have more time to do other things. Meanwhile those who leave things to chance and fail to plan will experience the direct opposite. Goal setting alone is not enough without the willingness and ability of the individual setting it to run with it from time to time until tangible results becomes evident. Start to live right by spending your time wisely on things and with people who add value to your life.

Your failure or success depends on these three things, the earlier you adjust and stick to them the better your chances of achieving more than you ever thought possible in the long run.

December 31st 2014 is just around the corner, what story will you tell when it comes?

I wish you a Happy New Month!

Written by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

ARLFoundation Partners GOLI (USA) for Children's Day

African Resourceful Leaders Foundation (Nigeria) in partnership with Gift of Life International (USA) is hosting a Children's Day outreach project tagged "Celebrating Leaders of Today" on Sunday, 25th May 2014 at The Home of Destitutes, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.

ARLFoundation and GOLI share a common believe that every child deserves to be cared for, empowered and protected. Therefore, the duo takes a STAND TOGETHER and invite everyone who cares about the child to TAKE A STAND WITH US as we REKINDLE THE FIRE OF HOPE and SUPPORT THE LESS PRIVILEGED in the society.

You can pledge your support in form of partnership, volunteer effort and/or by donating educational materials, toiletries, clothing, food stuffs (cooked or raw), cake, etc.

To make financial donations, kindly pay to;
Account Name: African Resourceful Leaders Foundation
Account Number: 0109487970
Bank: Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank).

For enquiries, send us an email at: or call 08066393577 (Jamiu), 08027701092 (Ebenezer) or 08024552737 (Ezekiel).

You can also follow us via:
Twitter: @ARLFoundation, @gent2smile and @jomoluv12

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Two Steps To Securing Your Child's Future

The most important steps any parent can take to guarantee their children's future can be summed up in two statements:

1. Prepare the future for your child.

2. Prepare your child for the future.

The importance of the first step is to give hope, assurance and confidence to your child that there is a future so bright and blossoming for him/her to look forward to and strive to attain.

While the relevance for the second step is to develop the child's innate ability, skills and knowledge through proper parenting, quality education and continuous mentoring so as to enable him/her to not only anticicipate a beautiful future but importantly to possess an adequate measure of understanding of how to manage his/her own future effectively and make the best out of it.

Keep on learning, keep on succeeding!

Written by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

7 Steps to Overcoming Arithmophobia (by Thato Makhutle)

"Arithmophobia is simply defined as the fear of Mathematics."

Here below are the Seven Steps to Overcoming Arithmophobia as shared by Thato Makhutle (Mathematician, Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur & Inventor)

Start by solving six (6) simple math problems that you understand a day, everyday.

Every time you approach a problem, repeat the following words: "This is simple"

BE WILLING TO LEARN! Practice what you have learned the same day. Repeat the sequence.

Challenge yourself by increasing the 6 day rule, have someone that will teach you one on one.

Develop your own way of solving problems, everyone has their own unique way.

Practice everyday. Try using mathematical models to everyday life as much as possible.

Define the activities of the world through mathematics. TEACH OTHERS!

Que: Is it true that some people are naturally/genetically born to be a Mathematics genius?

ANS: Yes it is true to an extent. However, one is teachable depending on their willingness to learn

Que: Do you think we have enough motivated teachers in schools, especially Africa?

ANS: We have thought leaders, we need to motivate our future leaders from a very young age, teach them how simple it is.

Final Advice:
Lastly, learn to love math. It's really simple!!

Follow the discussion by searching for the hashtag #MathsClinic

[This is a summary of a twitter chat hosted on April 8th, 2014 (11am - 12noon) by @gent2smile & @brainyeducare1 (Lagos, Nigeria) with special guest @ThatoMakhutle (Johannesburg, South Africa)]

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


Our dear little girl

Is now a teen

Or a lady, I should say.

To her sibling,

She's one of many blessings.

To the world,

She's one of many rare gift.

She's a fine poet

Skillful at weaving words like cotton

Molding and shaping them into pattern.

Our little girl is longer timid

She now speak of many wise things

Bringing strong men to their knees,

Making the ignorant sit to think,

And the heavens rise to their feet.

Indeed, you're a blessing and a gift.

Time has changed, and so have you.

(Dedicated to @OluKemsola on her birthday)

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow '12)

|Social Worker |Poet |Editor |Social Media Strategist |Youth & Child Advocate


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Tuesday, April 1, 2014


The limits unbroken
The boundaries unsurpassed
The weeping that endured
The unending trials
Right here, they end.

Your sunlight
Upon the sky, risen
Your dark clouds,
Beneath the sky, hidden
Can you see it?

All things bright
All things beautiful
The joyous
The wondrous
The miraculous

Your desires
Your prayers
Your wishes
Here they are
Packaged in April
Delivered to you.

May this month, April
With all its newness
Lead you, not to peril
But in the path of greatness!

Welcome to April.

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)
|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist |


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Friday, March 28, 2014


Last night,

Unlike every other night

When men were fast asleep

I lay in bed awaken

Thinking, sighing and staring

I watched the clock, ticking

Heard its sound, clicking

A rat in the kitchen, running

All I wanted was a dream

But how...

With eyes and brain awaken

Would I get a chance to dream?

It was 12:18am last time I checked

Now the time is 5:34am, still counting

The road is coming back to live

I can tell...

Sound from car engines, zooming

Voices from the neighborhood, echoing

Yes, I know...

Some are still in bed, slumbering

I am in mine too, but still expecting

And endlessly waiting...

Thinking, sighing and staring at nothing

Wishing, that I can start dreaming

I'll be grateful for an hour or two

I just want a picture of my own dream

So I can rise like the morning sun

Full of life, vigor and strength

Empowered to live out my dreams

To turn imaginations to realities

Problems to possibilities.

Here in my bed, I'll stay unrelenting

Expecting, praying and waiting...

Until the Angel brings my portion

Either a dream, a vision or revelation.

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)

|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist | Youth & Child Advocate

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Monday, March 24, 2014

SALT ON AN OPEN WOUND? (by Abiodun Fijabi)

We buried the young men and women - 19 or so of them, 3 of them pregnant with children.

Their mistake was that they trusted the system. They had no reason to. They should have realized that an average politician thinks first of himself and last of himself. They should have suspected that the jobs had been shared, long before they became vacant. They should have known that the dogs and the cats of the elite would receive better protection and better attention than jobless graduates. But can you blame them?

Hope is one anchor that keeps us going. Once hope is gone, we are gone. The hundreds of thousands that thronged the stadia and sports centers had held unto hope. May be, Comrade Moro is different. May be, due process will be followed this time. May be, they will protect us and treat of us with some civility this time around. After all, as the Bible says, 'hope does not make ashamed'.

The death of the 19 is the death of hope. We did not only bury the young and agile men and women, we buried the hopes they cherished and the dreams they carried. We murdered them in their prime, cut off their flowers in their blossom, and ended their life's journey in the night before the dawn.

And now, we tell their families, "Give us three job applicants per family. Your slain children have purchased three places in the juicy Nigeria Immigration Service."
What if one family had lost its only child - the only hope of a better future?
What if, no one in the family is qualified for the job? Will we lower the standards? Or, persuade the families concerned to sell their slots to the highest bidders, as some form of compensation?

Meanwhile, no head has rolled. No one has been sanctioned. No one is talking about refunding the applicants' fees.
Even if we all agree that the government's offer is better than nothing, would the families be right to hope again? Should they trust the system, with all of its insensitivity and corruption, to deliver on its promises? Or, would it be another salt on the already open and sore wound?

O God, why can't I easily get these deaths off my mind?

Written by:
Abiodun Fijabi
(culled from FB post: "Salt On Open Wound")

Thursday, March 20, 2014

The Cost of Happiness

If happiness is a thing money can buy,
Only the rich will have a cause to smile.

If happiness were sold for a price,
Maybe all I'ld have is sorrow and frown.

If happiness were a seed sown on one man's land,
Of course, many would have been starved to death by now

But happiness is a gift bestowed on me from above,
Like the rain, sunshine and the breath I breathe.

Happiness is a miracle that begins with a giggle, a smile, or a laughter
It ignites my soul, lightens my heart and brightens my face.

Happiness is a seed I have found aplenty in me,
It has grown wider than the oaks and higher than the palms.

This happy tree has more fruit than I alone can eat
Little wonder I share joy, love, and smiles with every passersby.

Happiness has taken hold of me.
And I am happiness personified.

Happy #InternationalDayOfHappiness

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)

|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist |

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014



"I once hated heavy rains and scorhing sun.
Unaware of the pains of those who had never felt the rain nor seen the sun.

Now am thankful for the rain when it falls.
I jump in it and chase the wind like a little child free-spirited.

Now am thankful for the sun when it shines.
It brightens up my face  with a smile that inspires every passersby."

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)

|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist |

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Saturday, February 15, 2014



Love is like the sun after rain--it's bright and harmless;

Like seabreeze by early morning--it's pure and unpolluted;

Like a rock, beaten by storm, rain and scorching sun--it's firm and unshaken;

Like the mystery of God's existence--it's divine and unfathomable.

Like a gift unrestricted to Xmas and Valentine--it's free and inexhaustible.

True love never 'was' nor 'will be' but forever 'is'--always present.

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)

|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist |
Mobile: +2348027701092
Twitter: @gent2smile

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

ICT Training for 1000 Nigerian Girls

The Federal Ministry of Communication and Technology in partnership with Huawei Technologies and Youth Alliance on ICT for Development is offering 1000 Nigerian Girls Free 3-day Basic ICT Training. The initiative was launched on 4th November 2013.

The following dates are still open for interested female students to apply:
* 10th – 12th February 2014
* 13th, 14th & 17th February 2014
* 19th – 21st February 2014

Since it was launched, the program has been offering a three (3) days intensive training in different batches to participants who are being trained and equipped with ICT Skills and knowledge in specialized areas like – Telecommunication Networks, Transmission Network and GSM, LTE, WCDMA and other ICT skills.

Youth Alliance on ICT for Development is a program targeting young people through the use of information and communication technology for sustainable development.

Registration Procedure:
Fill out the online registration form by visiting the link

Training Venue:
Huawei Training Centre
Oriental Hotel, 4 Lekki Road,
Lagos, Nigeria.

All enquiries should be forwarded to

Official Website:

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

CALL FOR APPLICATION: Economic Rights of Women

The West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI) in partnership with Akina Mama WA Afrika (AMwA) is pleased to invite applications from interested and qualified persons to a 5-day training on “Economic Justice for Women working in the Oil and Gas sector”.

The training which is specially designed for African women is scheduled to hold from March 31 - April 4, 2014 in Accra, Ghana with primary focus on "Economic Rights of Women", mainly in Oil and Gas sector.

It also seeks to strengthen the capacities of African women to effectively influence related policies and build a regional network of women in the extractive industry in Nigeria, Liberia and Ghana.

AMwA will cover the costs towards accommodation, air travel and meals. We kindly request that you cater for your medical travel insurance as AMwA does not cover this. 

Applicants must be from Nigeria, Ghana and Liberia

Application Deadline:
Thursday February 6th, 2014.

Application Link:

Please visit the website for detailed Call for Application, Application form and other important documents.

Completed application forms and MOU forms should be sent to the following email addresses:
· vivian@
· policyadvocacy@

Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Today I will be sharing with you how you can be smarter using the smart phones!

Do you know you can increase productivity by just having a smart phone! Smart phones are not just for calls, sms and playing games!

Below are three (3) powerful ways to use your smart phone to increase productivity:

1. Mind Recalling:
You can use your smart phones to help your mind to recall things!
Your productivity will increase by 50% if you remember what you said you will do or be reminded to do it! You don't have to cram stuff when you have a NotePad on your phone, it helps you to jot down your "quick drops" that you may need to remember later! Calculator, Organizer and To Do App are all available to increase your capacity to produce!

2. Voice Recording:
Most time we attend meetings that we wish we could play back again!
We go for events we wish we could see again! Your brain does not have the capacity to retain all the activities of meetings or events but your smart phone does! You can record voices or videos on your phone, watch them or listen to them over and over again, you will be surprised by your level of productivity after this!
Don't just use your phone to snap use it to bridge gaps!

3. Task Reshuffling:
Friends, you can work and rework on your smart phone!
You can download files, PDF files, documents, powerpoint presentations and other function you use your computer system for! You can read, edit and re-send any document, all these you can do at your comfort at anywhere! Why are you complaining that the lack of a computer has shut down your productivity when you have a smart phone!

As you go out this week, make maximum use of your smart phone and increase your capacity to produce!

Thank You

Remi Dairo
(Your Life & Productivity Coach)

Don't miss the next session of the SCHOOL OF PRODUCTIVITY.
Recommend your staff or family!

Feb 15th & 22nd.
March 1st & 8th.

Call or send SMS to:
Tomisin - 08180774305.

See you there!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

StepUp! A Teenage Value Orientation Workshop

Have you realized that while we work hard to satisfy our today's need and get to a desired tomorrow, we may arrive there alone?

Statistics show a high steady rise in juvenile delinquency, my research showed that delinquency has been influenced by the following factors among others:
    - Poor parental influence
    - Boredom (nothing to productively engage time)
    - Identity Crises (understanding who & why they are)
    - Undefined life, career, financial and other goals
    - Inability raising funds to support themselves
    - Late admission into tertiary institutions

One best way to secure and preserve the future of our dreams and future is to invest in today’s youth. These young ones will sustain our legacy but if not founded in value, the fear of failure is imminent.

To this we are hosting StepUp!, a Teenage Value Orientation Workshop, in about 9 states: Delta, Edo, Rivers, Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom, Cross Rivers, Lagos, Abuja, and Jos from January 17th - March 15th 2014.
It is targeted at helping teens build right value system, set and achieve practical life goals as well as exciting their creative skills to enable them live productively with tangible results.

I NEED YOU to make this happen. If there is anyway you can join the working team, share ideas, raise sponsors, it will be joyfully welcome.
Thanks and have a productive day.. .Impossible is Nothing!

Chunu Teajay
Creative Team Head
IMAGINIT Media Resources
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FB Page: StepUp Nigeria

NIGERIA 2015 - We Are Still Waiting (by George Ashiru)

Look around you, very few politicians care about God or righteousness, yet some citizens are screaming religion in campaign mode. Very few political gladiators have done anything consistently in and for their communities, yet, their bigotted ethnic clones are clamouring into high heavens for votes biased with ethnic tones.

Where are the issues, the values, the programmes, the character, as the substance of our debates?

Alas! Even the reformers have gone with ethnic or religious winds...neither of which have taken us out of this developmental cul de sac for 53 years.

We are still waiting for a transformational generation which rises above primordial instincts that even good education finds hard to rub off. God bless the true Nigerians.

Written by:
George H. Ashiru
Blog: Man of Contrasts
Twitter: @ManOfContrasts and @masgee1

Monday, January 13, 2014

Apply and be Certified as a Strategic Manager

Join the African Institute of Strategic Managers and be Inducted as a Strategic Manager in the forthcoming Induction of New Members by Qualification and Experience which comes up in the following locations:
* Ghana:
Accra: 15th March, 2014.

* Nigeria:
1) Abuja: 19th March, 2014.
2) Portharcourt: 22nd March, 2014.
3) Lagos: 29th March, 2014.

Visit the website @ for Online Application and Understanding of Membership requirements.

African Institute of Strategic Managers (AISM) is an independent professional body for managers which has proved to be one of the most dynamic and vigorous strategic management research Institute in African.

Through evidence-based strategic management research and analysis, we generate knowledge to support national, regional and international development policies.

Sunday, January 5, 2014


Lay down your head each night

And let your heart be at rest.

Angels are roundabout your bed

To save you from sleeping to death.

Let your heart be at rest each night

A new day will always dawn for you.

Written & Authored by:
Ebenezer O. Akinrinade (CYFI Fellow)
|Social Worker | Poet | Editor | Social Media Strategist |

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