7
Dec 13

Babcock University Students Break The Cycle Of Poverty Now

Babcock University Students

Break The Cycle Of Poverty Now

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Babcock University students learn how to break the cycle of poverty now.

My name is Emmanuel Adekoya and also known as Emmanonline.

Do you know what? Two of my children graduated from Babcock University in 2007 and 2008 respectively and was also privileged to speak at Babcock University Student Association BUSA Week in 2008.

Please allow me to tell you a little more about myself, can I?

After 35yrs of service, I retired as Chief Technical Officer of Nigeria’s Government owned Telecoms Company. A retired Executive Director with fat pension, you will think should not have anything to worry about? That was also my thinking at the time.

You know what? One year after retirement and even before being paid gratuity, Government in its wisdom decided to liquidate the pension fund and pay off everyone. That signaled  big trouble for both retirees and the disengaged staff of the company.

It was only in 2010 that my son that graduated in 2007 eventually secured a job while the one that graduated in 2008 decided to be self employed.

You will probably ask why the subject of how to break the cycle of poverty has become something of such concern to me?

During the time of our forefathers, the saying use to be; if you educate a child in the family, you would have succeeded in breaking the cycle of poverty in the family. That was because if you get a good certificate a good job will automatically follow.

You know, today a good certificate is NOT a Guarantee for securing any job not to talk about breaking the cycle of poverty. You will need to know someone who knows someone that knows somebody in the corridor of power to get a job.

If  you are to break the cycle of poverty, you must get financial education in addition to your course of study. Financial education is however not taught in any University.

That is why the subject of how to break the cycle of poverty is of great concern to me.

Did I hear you ask, how then do I break the cycle of poverty without breaking a bank?

While  deeply reflecting on this subject, I came to a conclusion that if in your first year (100 level), you were to embark on a project that may lead to your financial education in addition to your course of study, it will help you fight unemployment and eventually break the cycle of poverty.

In the process of my seeking further knowledge after retirement I attended continuous training. It was while in one of these training program that the idea of a project that will NOT cost an arm and a leg was revealed to me.

If you are to faithfully implement the project as if your life after graduation depends on it, you might not have to look for job after graduation because you would have become self employed while still at school.

Do you remember Davido omo Baba olowo, do you?

If you would like to find out what the project is all about, then I’ll like to invite you to this free online seminar where the project on breaking the cycle of poverty will be discussed at great length.

Click on this link in to book your seat. I will personally welcome you. Book your seat now.

You know what? On a lighter note, I have four Babcock University Graduates in my house now; two are by marriage. You now can see why the love for Babcock University Students. Book your seat now.

Babcock University Students Break The Cycle Of Poverty

6
Dec 13

University of Lagos Students Break The Cycle Of Poverty

University Of Lagos Students

Learn How To Break The Cycle Of Poverty Now

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University of Lagos Students you can learn how to break the cycle of poverty now.

My name is Emmanuel and people call me Emmanonline.

Do you know what? I have four children who have graduated from Unilag between 2008 and 2013. Their disciplines are as wide and varied as Electrical Engineering, Marine Science/Fisheries, Philosophy and Sociology.

For those who don't already know me, I retired as far back as 2006 as Chief Technical Officer of Government owned Telecoms Company after thirty five years of meritorious service.

As a retired Executive Director with fat pension, you would say shouldn't have any problem. I also thought the same way at the time.

Just one year after retirement and even before collecting my gratuity, Government decided to liquidate the pension fund and pay everybody off.

It signaled the beginning of big trouble for the retirees all the disengaged staff of our dear company.

It wasn;t until year 2010 that my son who graduated from Unilag in 2008 got employed. The one who graduated in 2012 and has fished her National Youth Service (NYSC) is an applicant looking for job. The other two who graduated in February 2013 are presently serving their father land.

Why then is the subject of how to break the cycle of poverty of any concern to me?

As they use to say in the time of our fathers,  educate a child in your family and you would have successfully broken the cycle of poverty in the family. So they went to great length to ensure that their children were educated.

However, that time the focus was on secular education. Obtain a good certificate and a good job is waiting for you. Today a good certificate does not guarantee a good job, talk less of breaking the cycle of poverty in the family.

You must know somebody who knows somebody that knows somebody in the corridor of power to secure employment.

If you are to break the cycle of poverty in your family, you must first acquire financial education in addition to your secular education. However, financial education is not taught in any University.

This is the main reason why how to break the cycle of poverty has become a subject of immense concern to me.

How then can you break the cycle of poverty you ask?

As a result of my deep meditation on this subject, I came to the conclusion that if students in their first year (100 level) would embark on a project that can lead to their financial education in addition to their course of study, it will help to fight unemployment in the Nation and subsequently break the cycle of poverty in Nigeria.

I went for additional training in the process of better educating myself even after retirement . It was during the training that an idea of a project that will NOT cost you an arm and a leg came to me.

If you would faithfully implement this project as if your survival after graduation depends on it, you may no longer have to seek for employment as you may have already become self employed while still studying.

Would you like to find out what this project is all about?

If you would, then click on the link in the description below this video to book your seat on this free online seminar where the project on how to break the cycle of poverty will be discussed.

I will personally welcome you. Book your seat now. Your life will not remain the same after the seminar on how to break the cycle of poverty.

University of Lagos Students Break The Cycle Of Poverty

5
Dec 13

ASUU And Education System In Nigeria ASUU Or Thunder Who Strikes Most

ASUU And Education System In Nigeria

ASUU Or Thunder Who Strikes Most?

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In Nigeria, who strikes more Academic Staff union of universities (ASUU) or thunder?

Since July 2013, the tertiary education system in Nigeria has come to a halt.

If you are a student, would you like to turn the situation to your advantage, would you?

As a student in any of our higher institutions in Nigeria, University of Lagos (Unilag), Lagos State University (Lasu), University of Ibadan (UI), Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Amadu Bello University (ABU), University of Nigeria Nnsukka (UNN), University of Port Harcourt (Uni Port), Mosud Abiola Polytechnic just to mention a few, you could turn the situation to your advantage.

If you will like to be able to say to hell with the strikes; I’ll like to invite you to a free online seminar where a project that may enable you to say so will be discussed.

To be part of this free seminar, click on the link in the description below this video to book your seat now.

In the end you might even thank ASUU for creating the enabling environment.

Book your seat now.

Before I forget, my name is Emmanuel; I will personally welcome you at the seminar. Book your seat now.

ASUU Strike And Education System In Nigeria ASUU Or Thunder Who Strikes Most