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When Nigerian wealthiest names arise, these people are hardly heard of but little do you know; that the land is actually green. These are the ten people you might have heard about but never knew about. Kola Aluko Source: Oil, Aviation services Kola Aluko, a Nigerian energy and aviation tycoon, founded oil trading firm Fossil Resources in 2001, then went on to become CEO of Exoro Energy- an indigenous oil exploration and production firm. In 2007, the company merged with Seven Energy, a leading independent oil exploration company. Aluko is now Deputy CEO and a leading shareholder of Seven Energy, which has operations and key interests in four onshore fields in the Niger Delta. Aluko is also a member of the advisory board of Vista Jet, a Swiss-based private jet charter company founded by Thomas Flohr. A passionate car racing enthusiast, Aluko has competed in major European races with the Swiss team Kessel racing. In June 2012, Kola Aluko was reported to have purchased two luxury ultra-modern estates in Beverly Hills for $40 million. He reportedly has business ties with Nigeria’s current Minister of Petroleum Resources, Diezani Alison-Madueke. Eddy Martins Egwuenu Source: Banking A former bank chief, Egwuenu is the second largest individual shareholder of the Zenith Bank Group. His 1.5% stake in Zenith Bank alone is worth about $60 million. Jide Omokore Source: Steel, Oil, Dredging Omokore is the chairman and founder of Energy Resources Group, one of […]
I have met Chinua Achebe only three times. The first, at the National Arts Club in Manhattan, I joined the admiring circle around him. A gentle-faced man in a wheelchair. ‘Good evening, sir. I’m Chimamanda Adichie’, I said, and he replied, mildly, ‘I thought you were running away from me’. I mumbled, nervous, grateful for the crush of people around us. I had been running away from him. After my first novel was published, I received an email from his son. My dad has just read your novel and liked it very much. He wants you to call him at this number. I read it over and over, breathless with excitement. But I never called. A few years later, my editor sent Achebe a manuscript of my second novel. She did not tell me, because she wanted to shield me from the possibility of disappointment. One afternoon, she called. ‘Chimamanda, are you sitting down? I have wonderful news’. She read me the blurb Achebe had just sent her. ‘We do not usually associate wisdom with beginners, but here is a new writer endowed with the gift of ancient storytellers. Adichie knows what is at stake, and what to do about it. She is fearless or she would not have taken on the intimidating horror of Nigeria’s civil war. Adichie came almost fully made’. Afterwards, I held on to the phone and wept. I have memorized those words. In my mind, […]
In this world, only a few have a life with opportunities, but when you aren’t one of them, what do you do? Do you decide with a difference or do you drool over every opportunity that comes your way forgetting it’s the little steps you make that make you great? Fix yourself in one shoe before you go on, because it could also determine a decision here. It sometimes seems unfair that some get all, some a little and some none at all but it all boils down to some people who we should refer to as ‘mighty good men’, those we know as go gettas. Don’t be critical that they are men, because it means you’re already giving up, they are simply mighty because of the steps they took and the one you are about to take; its thrilling but they seem to occupy and thrive in the midst of those that have all- those that have none and those that have just a few gut in them. Am simply saying they are no different from you. A story is in told in the bible of a man who was deficient in everything aside from life itself, a woman who was beautiful and because of an illness couldn’t be accepted by her people and these peoples story can never be forgotten because of the will they had to triumph in all aspects either through faith or words. […]
Many of us have heard of Jesus, either by the church close to our homes on sunday, pamphlets passed on or by people approaching us and saying “Repent for the kingdom of God is at hand”. Most people see it archaic and disturbing but some can’t get enough of hearing sermons, so why preach? Why bother holding a microphone and telling people what they never stop to listen to. Living in life is essential, its only those alive that become poor or rich, its those in life that have tales to tell and its not just the person preaching you should listen to, but the message. Ask yourself, why would generations give the same message “Jesus is lord” isn’t there someone else that is lord? Isn’t there someone else that gives what he gives at the price he gives? It can be frustrating when you are engrossed in something else and someone is giving you an alert or you’ve heard of him before but the person you hear it from appears worse than you or you believe totally in something else and it works for you but someone is telling you something else works even better but is there anything wrong in listening People who preach may not practice what they preach but knowing what they preach is a good sign that you would do better than them. Telling you about Jesus isn’t a crime and it shouldn’t weigh you […]
When the world goes silent, there is still rhythm in what seems to be no noise; the trees still move and the birds sing. When we hear a bad news or feel depressed, there is always something that can either change the frequency or reduce the total vibe. A man’s frequency or as we say feeling affects his action; when he is hurt he cries or says rash things to the other fellow and when he is in love; he speaks as though he is a baby begging for one last touch from mother- his feelings often reflect in his words; though some have hidden ways of concealing love but no one has ever concealed joy Joy is like a warm bath during the cold season- no one really cares who is watching and no one cares what is revealed at that time- the world seems perfect. People can request for anything at this time and receive it from us. Sadness however is like a big wood placed on a baby; its hand is never too strong to lift it and anyone passing by feels pity- it never makes you look pretty or awesome to carry. Many people run away and only a few remain to learn from you, how not to be sad. Friends do suggest sharing but a wise man says “what you don’t want your enemy to know, don’t tell your friend”. Not every sadness issue is […]
She patted his head on his sick bed She made our mother’s vegetable for him She took out his clothes and washed them He smiled at her every minute he stared Time after time they fought Time again after time, they wept together Everyday, they made a circle of their kind of dreams together She prayed, she smiled She brought […]