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  • Lives in Ilesha, Osun State, Nigeria.
  • From Ilesha, Osun State, Nigeria.
  • Studied B. Tech (Physics-Electronics) at Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State.
    Class of 2007
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  • WE CANNOT BE TOO CAREFUL
    There was this female Corps member who resided in the same house in Osogbo with me, during the period that I was undergoing my Industrial Training with Osun State Broadcasting Corporation as IT student.
    Since we are of the same faith, we observed morning devotion and other weekly Spiritual engagements together along with others.
    After her NYSC program, she returned to her state which is about four hours drive from mine and I also returned to Ilesha at the expiration of my time with OSBC. Since we had each other’s phone contacts, we once in a while called to say “Hi” but not at all often.
    One day she called to ask if I were still in Ilesa, to which I responded positively. She then asked me to meet with her at a place in ilesha, that she needed my help.
    I met with her. She then told me that she came to buy a car but that she was scared of being defrauded, so she needed me to guide her to a reliable person. I then called a friend that was into automobile business and we eventually visited his office.
    Prices were discussed; with the help of my friend, we visited some other car dealers to check cars and compare prices. When it was evening time, she described the type of hotel that she wanted lodge in and I got one, which was not far from where I resided for her.
    We had the plan to meet early the next morning to continue our search, so I prepared early and then called to tell her that I was on my way to pick her at the hotel. On getting to the hotel, I was told that she left just minutes after I left her the previous evening. I then called her again to tell her I was told she was not in the hotel; she then told me the name of another hotel that she slept in. By the time I got to the hotel, I met her waiting for me at the reception and we embarked on the planned activities until she later left for her base with the promise that she would come at an unspecified later date to buy the car.
    It kept crossing my mind that she deliberately changed the hotel she slept in out of lack trust in me and this made me felt bad because I expected her to know that I would never plot any evil against her or anyone; I found it so odd that she failed to trust her brother in the faith.
    Few weeks after, the friend, whose car stand I first took her to met with me and asked if she had called me to which I replied “No”.
    He then told me that she had visited him again to buy the car, but that she called earlier before coming to finalize the talks before purchase and that she at the end requested that I should not be informed about her plan to come for the purchase. The person then gave me 5000 and pleaded that it was a token.
    I actually responded to her request for help in good faith and intention, not for the expectation of any financial benefit or to plot any evil against her, so realizing that she did not trust me was somehow painful to me. But now that I realized that the heart of man is full of evil, mainly in the matters of money, I understand that all she did was to be careful, so that she would not trust wrongly and end up with the story that touches the heart! -Micah 7:5
    WE CANNOT BE TOO CAREFUL There was this female Corps member who resided in the same house in Osogbo with me, during the period that I was undergoing my Industrial Training with Osun State Broadcasting Corporation as IT student. Since we are of the same faith, we observed morning devotion and other weekly Spiritual engagements together along with others. After her NYSC program, she returned to her state which is about four hours drive from mine and I also returned to Ilesha at the expiration of my time with OSBC. Since we had each other’s phone contacts, we once in a while called to say “Hi” but not at all often. One day she called to ask if I were still in Ilesa, to which I responded positively. She then asked me to meet with her at a place in ilesha, that she needed my help. I met with her. She then told me that she came to buy a car but that she was scared of being defrauded, so she needed me to guide her to a reliable person. I then called a friend that was into automobile business and we eventually visited his office. Prices were discussed; with the help of my friend, we visited some other car dealers to check cars and compare prices. When it was evening time, she described the type of hotel that she wanted lodge in and I got one, which was not far from where I resided for her. We had the plan to meet early the next morning to continue our search, so I prepared early and then called to tell her that I was on my way to pick her at the hotel. On getting to the hotel, I was told that she left just minutes after I left her the previous evening. I then called her again to tell her I was told she was not in the hotel; she then told me the name of another hotel that she slept in. By the time I got to the hotel, I met her waiting for me at the reception and we embarked on the planned activities until she later left for her base with the promise that she would come at an unspecified later date to buy the car. It kept crossing my mind that she deliberately changed the hotel she slept in out of lack trust in me and this made me felt bad because I expected her to know that I would never plot any evil against her or anyone; I found it so odd that she failed to trust her brother in the faith. Few weeks after, the friend, whose car stand I first took her to met with me and asked if she had called me to which I replied “No”. He then told me that she had visited him again to buy the car, but that she called earlier before coming to finalize the talks before purchase and that she at the end requested that I should not be informed about her plan to come for the purchase. The person then gave me 5000 and pleaded that it was a token. I actually responded to her request for help in good faith and intention, not for the expectation of any financial benefit or to plot any evil against her, so realizing that she did not trust me was somehow painful to me. But now that I realized that the heart of man is full of evil, mainly in the matters of money, I understand that all she did was to be careful, so that she would not trust wrongly and end up with the story that touches the heart! -Micah 7:5
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  • REMEMBERING LOVABLE BORA
    She could not have been more than at most 23 years of age. I sat by the table in my friend's living room in Ado-Ekiti reading, when my friend, who had earlier gone out with a northerner friend of his, leaving only me at home returned with additional two other people; the young ladies that I later understood be undergraduates at the State University. Their arrival put paid to my reading as the...
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  • THE DANGERS OF “TOO MUCH”
    1. If you speak too much, YOU WILL LIE
    2. If you think too much, YOU WILL BE DEPRESSED
    3. If you cry too much, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR SIGHT
    4. If you love too much, YOU WILL BE LOST
    5. If you care too much, YOU WILL BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED
    6. If you joke too much, YOU WILL BE REGARDED AS UNSERIOUS
    7. If you trust too much, YOU WILL BE BETRAYED
    8. If you drink too much, YOU WILL DIE OF HANGOVER
    9. If you eat too much, YOU WILL BE OBESSED
    10. If you sleep too much, YOU WILL BE IDLE
    11. If you spend too much, YOU WILL LACK SAVINGS
    12. If you are idle too much, YOU WILL BE POOR
    13. If you look too much, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR SIGHT
    14. If you expect too much, YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED
    TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING IS BAD
    THE DANGERS OF “TOO MUCH” 1. If you speak too much, YOU WILL LIE 2. If you think too much, YOU WILL BE DEPRESSED 3. If you cry too much, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR SIGHT 4. If you love too much, YOU WILL BE LOST 5. If you care too much, YOU WILL BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED 6. If you joke too much, YOU WILL BE REGARDED AS UNSERIOUS 7. If you trust too much, YOU WILL BE BETRAYED 8. If you drink too much, YOU WILL DIE OF HANGOVER 9. If you eat too much, YOU WILL BE OBESSED 10. If you sleep too much, YOU WILL BE IDLE 11. If you spend too much, YOU WILL LACK SAVINGS 12. If you are idle too much, YOU WILL BE POOR 13. If you look too much, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR SIGHT 14. If you expect too much, YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED TOO MUCH OF EVERYTHING IS BAD
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  • ARE YOU HAVING IT ROUGH? SUICIDE IS NEVER AN OPTION.
    A Robert H. Schuller's quote says “Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines.” This is a true life experience of a friend; I therefore will like to be as discreet as possible in hiding the identity of the individual without compromising the lessons in it. THE PROBLEM It did not take much time during our first semester in the university before people had aligned to form...
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  • HOW I ESCAPED BEING CHARGED WITH MURDER
    There was this lady that I was dating about 20 years ago who came visiting on a Saturday. We were in the living room watching TV with one of my younger brothers when she requested to use toilet. I promptly showed her to toilet and returned to the living room while my mind was wholly with her in the toilet. That was how much I loved her. I was in expectation of her to get done at the toilet...
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  • BETWEEN AREGBESOLA AND THE EMERGENCY VIDEOGRAPHER
    “If a window of opportunity appears, don't pull down the shade.” -Tom Peters The day that I saw Engineer Rauf Aregbesola closely was the day that his then party, ACN was in Akure for 2007 Presidential Campaign. Then, the distance between him and myself in front of FUTA Health Center was at most, two arms length. The only mobile policeman that was around as the third person was...
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