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Tag Archives: Olutayo Irantiola

Messing vs Blessing

Heita! I am still with the Zulu people in South Africa and I just asked “Whats Up!” What’s up with everything about you? Regardless of the daunting challenges that we face daily, let’s take time to ask after the welfare of those around us across all channels. I have a …

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Shoe Size vs Leg Size

Abantu Bami, The Zulu man from South Africa is here addressing you as “My People”. Yes, I have been busy but my thoughts are always with the intent of sharing some valuable lessons that I pick as I transverse through life. I hope reading it is always a value addition …

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Title: Okeho in History Author: Segun Gbadegesin Publisher: Harvest Day Publications, Michellvill, Maryland, USA, 2017 Pages: 232 Reviewer: Jare Ajayi In the Humanities, the phrase ‘the part is a mirror of the whole’ is a very popular maxim. Okeho, in very many respects mirrors what is going on in Nigeria …

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Okeho in history (Part 3)

Today, I offer the third in my series on Okeho history as the community celebrates the centenary of its return to its origin in 1917 with the launching of my book, Okeho in History, on Saturday, October 28, 2017 in Okeho. Taking a cue from the Centenary Committee, the concluding chapter …

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Okeho in History (Part 2)

This is the second of a three-part series on Okeho in History scheduled for public presentation on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the grand finale of the celebrations marking the centenary of Okeho’s return to its original site in October 1917. Today’s excerpt is from the chapter on education in Okeho. Indigenous education system …

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