Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Nigerian/Canada Based Entrepreneur Making Huge Difference In Canada, QUEEN AMINA

Queen Amina
Mrs. Amina Odeh Eghujovbe, popularly known as Queen Amina is an international award winning actress, a multi-award winning international event planner and online talk show host. She holds a degree in Public Relations which has enabled her to work as an event planner and business representative over the years. Queen Amina is the president and the founder of the Vigor Unsung Heroes Awards International, a yearly celebration of the unsung heroes in our society, an award that attracts dignitaries from all over to world.

She strives to empower, encourage and celebrate people who are making a difference around the world through their various volunteer and humanitarian works. Coming from a humble background, Queen believes in giving back and getting involved in the community, a drive that has seen her get involved in mentorship and activism activities. Queen has been working hard to find a way to recognize and encourage people whose voices may never be heard but are doing amazing works in our society. She has been working closely with different organizations worldwide, leaders in the cities of Canada where she has resided, as well as with leaders in Africa to help promote Volunteering/Humanitarian works and to eradicate hunger by raising funds for Charities through the Vigor Unsung Heroes Awards Platform over the years.

Mentorship: Fayemi Steps Aside For 7-Year-Old Daniel

Government business was put on hold last week when Dr. Fayemi welcomed 7-year-old school boy, Daniel Olutope, to his office in fulfillment of the governor’s invitation to visit when he was in Daniel’s school earlier in May this year.

Fate brought the duo together on 7th May when the governor had lunch with pupils of St. Michael's African Primary School, Ado-Ekiti. Daniel chatted so intelligently that Mr Governor asked if he could be his friend and possibly visit him at home. Daniel agreed and promised that his mother will bring him on a visit. However, Mrs Oluwatoyin Olutope Adaramodu, Daniel’s mum did not believe her son when he got home and told his mum that his new friend, Mr Governor, invited him to visit.

A few months after the meeting, Governor Fayemi instructed his aides to re-visit Daniel’s school and bring him to his office. Daniel was accompanied by his mother, Mrs Oluwatoyin Olutope and his teacher, Mrs Dupe Adeosun to the Governor’s office in Ado Ekiti for what turned into an opportunity for young Daniel to briefly act as Governor. 

”Do you remember me, the man who lives on top of the hill?”Governor Fayemi asked Daniel on arrival to which his young friend responded, “yes”. The Governor then led Daniel to his desk and lifted him into his chair, pulled him to his desk and shook his hand “Your Excellency sir”, Dr Fayemi fondly addressed him.

Wednesday, 14 August 2019

ASAP Rocky Found Guilty In Sweden…

US rapper ASAP Rocky, real name Rakim Mayers, has been found guilty of assault during a Stockholm fight and given a two-year suspended sentence.
The 30-year-old has also been ordered to pay damages to the victim.
ASAP Rocky spent nearly a month in custody after the assault, which happened at the end of June, before being released ahead of the verdict.
"Our reaction is disappointment," ASAP Rocky's lawyer said, adding the verdict was "hard to accept".
Two members of ASAP Rocky's entourage, Bladimir Corniel and David Rispers, were found guilty of the same charge.
"The assault has not been of such a serious nature that a prison sentence must be chosen," the court said in a statement.
"The defendants are therefore sentenced to conditional sentences."
A suspended sentence means that as long as ASAP Rocky and the two other men found guilty commit no further crimes during a two-year probation period, they will avoid prison.

Unlimited Joy As Civil Servant, Social Worker, 8 Others Win Glo Keke At 2019 Ojude Oba Festival

It was joy unlimited on Tuesday at the 2019 Ojude Oba Festival as 20 lucky winners went home with 10 brand new tricycles and 10 LED Television sets courtesy major sponsor, Globacom.

The tricycle winners were announced after the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi picked the draws.

One of the winners of the tricycle, 37-year old civil servant with the Ogun State Hospital Management Board, Mr. Asiwaju Adebowale commended Globacom for the kind gesture, adding "I feel great. I will start a transportation business to augment my salary.

In the same vein, another tricycle winner, 40-year old Olayemi Henry, a social worker with the Justice Development and Peace Commission who lives in the Obalende area of Ijebu Ode said the tricycle will further endear his Commission to the Globacom brand while a panel beater who also won the tricycle announced, "I will use it for business".

Some of the winners of the LED TV lauded Globacom for giving back to the society. Mrs Obafunmiloye Ogunniyi, an Events Planner said "Glo is the best. I was aiming for the tricycle but I got the LED TV".

In the Regberegbe group, Egbe Bobamayegun Okunrin Asiwaju came first while Egbe Bobamayegun Okunrin emerged second and Egbe Tobalase Okunrin came third.

In the female category, Bobamayegun Obirin Aremo came first, Jagunmolu Obirin Original came second while Jagunmolu Stainless emerged third.

25-year old 'Youth Corper' is 2019 Glo Miss Ojude Oba

Winner 2019 Miss Ojude Oba Beauty Pageant, Mosunmola Omotayo flanked by 1st runner-up, Imisioluwa Jesutofunmi Jinadu (left) and 2nd runner-up, Funmilade Fanadez Osoteku, displaying their dummy cheques at the Musical show held to round off activities for the 2019 Glo sponsored Ojude Oba Festival.
A Political Science Graduate of the Olabisi Onabanjo University currently undergoing the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) programme in Ibadan, Mosunmola Omotayo, has been crowned as the 2019 Miss Ojude Oba.

She defeated eight other contestants in a competition where all the participants made three appearances in traditional, casual and dinner wears. They were rated for their elocution, poise and comportment in the keenly contested beauty pageant.

The dark and tall 25 year-old queen is an entrepreneur in catering and event planning.

A 300-level student of English Education at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Imisioluwa Jesutofunmi Jinadu, emerged as first runner-up while 20 year-old Funmilade Fanadez Osoteku was adjudged as the second runner-up.

Earlier, up and coming artistes raised the curtain with scintillating performances directed by resourceful MC Bash complemented by melodious tunes mixed by DJ Tops. Ola Flow won the rap battle while Tunde Olorioko and Teju Adeyemi won smartphones in the Dance Competition for male and female categories respectively.