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Category Archives: Inspirations

Swissgolden Is A Scam And It Is Proven Here.



Swissgolden is a scam as you will see presently.

Why would one need to introduce people to buy gold?

I mean, If I wanted to buy a Rolex wrist watch or a Mercedes Benz car, I do not need to prospect for people to introduce and pay some money. I only take my card, pay and expect delivery.

But Swissgolden

Kemi Olunloyo’s Masquerade Flogged Everybody At Sight, That Is Why Nobody Is Helping Her.

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Kemi Olunloyo’s masquerade is out.In Yoruba culture, we believe that masquerades come from heaven and that they are not human beings.

That is why they cover their faces, so that even if the person inside the masquerade regalia is your father, you pretend you do not know him. As far as you know, the masquerade is ara orun {entity from heaven}

Now, masquerades have power, we believe, and they can use their whip to flog and whip anybody within reach.

But with all these powers, the masquerade knows there are some people he dare not touch with his whip.

He dares not whip a senior masquerade who is for the moment a human being because he is not in their regalia, he does not harass the moriwos (people in their masquerade fraternity, and won’t whip a babalawo and of course he has to bend down in abeyance to  the Alaagba  who is the head of the moriwos.

Please forgive me this preamble, because without it, non-Yorubas will lose the thrust of this essay

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kemi Olunloyo

Let us continue.

Read The Book That Made Many Rich.

Usually, the masquerade is accompanied by drummers who guide him. The leading drummer tells him who to whip and who not.

Sometimes the masquerade is intoxicated with the temporal power and wants to whip an untouchable person and sometimes this may be out of ignorance, perhaps he does not know the entity.

The leading drummer warns him and halts him. The drum goes, die, die mase, maje,ki seran jije.(softly, softly don’t do it, that meat is forbidden).

The masquerade stops, turns back and continues his dancing but should he go ahead and flog such a person that could very well put an end to his outing.

During  Kemi Olunloyo’s outing, her masquerade flogged everybody at sight, moriwo, babalawo, senior masquerades, oluwo and even the Alagbaa.

That is why there is no masquerade to help her in predicament. Kemi lambasted top clergymen, thrashed ace comedians, libeled top theater practitioners, locked up her Father, as she used her brush  to tar almost anybody at sight.

This is the reason nobody is lifting a finger to help her. The little that is coming inform of support is to beg the offended man of God.

Kemi Olunloyo, 52 years, licensed pharmacist, qualified Journalist, ace face-book user and top twitter commentator has spent more than 14 days in custody and almost nobody is saying anything.

Seems the attitude of most is to let her cook in her own stew. One is tempted to ask, where is NUJ, where are the other bloggers, where are the plethora of human rights NGO.

Where are the Nigerian women to fight for one of their own? They all kept mute because Kemi, when in masquerade regalia, whipped them all.

I knew it would end like this. When you break all the commandments in the holly book, you are bound to end in perdition.

A child who is bold enough to rough handle her father and lock him up should not expect a life devoid of problems. Those who desecrate the shrine cannot expect the benevolence of the Gods.

When you offend all your friends, you will dance alone in your party which is what we are seeing here.

I can never imagine the very vocal and vibrant Nigerian press keeping silent when a person who is not yet convicted by a competent court is being paraded in prison uniform. This is sending somebody to Coventry at the highest level.

But what do you expect? The journalists who should help are either attending Redeem church of Christ or Winners Chapel whose leaders Kemi’s masquerade had flogged. They and their friend s will dare not help her. I will not be surprised if many are praying the Former Governor’s daughter rots there.

Agreed, some Christian leaders do not deserve the respect we accord them, but even atheists and non believers will give Baba Adeboye full respect.

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kemi Olunloyo

A very humble man of God, not used to frivolity the nearest I have seen to Jesus in meekness and humility, not for him 250,000Naira dress. He is at home  with his simple Ankara and even his teachings are so simple and humble devoid of the shouts and screamings.

This Book Will Change Your Life

Now for anybody to talk evil of this man and attack him in the press is to ask for the wrath of God and humans.

This is the lesson is all this. No freedom is completely free. When the leading drum is getting too loud, it is about to burst. The deeds of past years can come to hurt you.

When Kemis masquerade was flogging these respected and respectable men of God, She was enjoying the publicity but she forgot the Yoruba adage. Omode bu Iroko, on boju wehin, ojo ti a bu oluwere  ko loluwere  npani.  (The child abuses the Iroko tree and looks back, Iroko won’t fight back that same day)

Kemi’s  masquerade went out without the drummers, perhaps they would have warned her, die, die, mase, maje, ki seran jije. {softly, softly, don’t do it, that meat is forbidden).

Comeuppance has come for Kemi, the Irokos are fighting back, but all the same, we appeal to all who have a hand in her trauma to temper justice with mercy. Ko ni se be e mo.

Otunba Jide Omiyale (MBA,FCIM)

Otunba Jide Omiyale (MBA,FCIM)

The Road Is Tough And Rough,You Will Self Sacrifice

Self sacrifice is the word. No baby without blood and no omelette without breaking eggs. The successful people forgo a lot of things to get to where they are.

If anyone tells you the road to the top is easy, do not believe him. It has never been and it will never be. Look at all the great

Motivational Speaking As A Short Road To Cash.

Motivational speaking is big business in Nigeria.

Tons of naira are made daily in motivational speaking, which is now the rave in town. You need a good voice, ability to stand and address a crowd, good knowledge of the topic, contacts, and long hours of reading books.

You have to know a bit about everything. If you can give what it takes, it will give you fortune and fame.

How Daymond John’s mother’s advice saved $6b FUBU

When 4 secured a $300,000 order for his upstart hip-hop clothing start-up FUBU, he was elated.

At the time, it was a big break for his clothing brand, which was little more than a basement operation. The problem was, he realized, now he had to make $300,000 worth of clothes.Daymond John.

This Is Why Ekiti State Will Never Be Great.

Dear reader, please take some time to study the table below. The table (civil service efficiency) shows the civil servants population, states population, the IGR generated and some ratios for the six SW sates. Please pay particular attention to Ekiti State and see how it stands with others, it will be clear to you how we are our own enemies.

Ekiti Civil Service Efficiency

I culled the above from Orebe’s Ekiti panupo colloquium – restoring Ekiti enterprise values and defining the pathway to lasting development in The Nations newspaper of Sunday  11/9/16.

Several times, I tried the reference URL( no avail. Each time, it returned error 404.

Now, Elder Femi Orebe is a celebrated and respected columnist. I have read his writings for years and have found him a serious writer with no frivolity and of course with enough integrity to spare.

So, I depend on his integrity to believe that this table is true, knowing that he would not have used the table if he had any iota of doubt about genuineness of  the stats.

From the above, are we Ekitis not in a very serious trouble?

I am aware that the federal government and states do use most of their income in paying  workers emoluments but I never knew it is this bad in Ekiti.

Ekiti state has 65000 civil servants to Lagos’s 47000 and yet we know Lagos is nearer 15million than 10million in population. Oyo’s population is twice that of Ekiti but her civil servants population is less than half of Ekiti and yet Oyo struggles to pay her civil servants. There is no where in this table where Ekiti shows any strength. It is a free fall all through.

In Ekiti, the civil servant figure is 2.4% of the population and they gulp a whopping 75% of public spending. How can a people progress like this? This is really a civil servants economy a typical ‘tomato and alubosa’ economy

What is the way out of this quagmire?

I am afraid, we all know the answer but nobody is willing to say it. Nobody is ready to bell the cat.  We all sidetrack the answer pretending not to know while our state retrogresses.

The governments, the present one and the earlier ones know/knew but none had the political spine to take that decision.

The solution is not neuroscience;  you do not need to be a Professor of business to entangle this. It is simple, if  you are spending so much on so little, cut it.

I know a family of six  here where all of them work with government. You are either a teacher or a worker in the local government or a worker in the ministry. When the government is late in paying, they are all broke, reigning curses on the government. I once asked them why they should all depend on the government.

Things cannot continue like this, Ekiti must learn to use their heads and hands.

It is our belief and this is wrong, that government is there to provide jobs. Yes, to some extent government can do that but governments are essentially to provide enabling environment for businesses to thrive.

In my local government, more than 50% of the workforce have nothing doing other than to sign and collect salaries at the end of the month and fat salaries for that matter. People cannot continue receiving 100k monthly without adding any values. It just doesn’t happen like that in sane climes.

I am not averse to civil servants being well paid but for God’s sake let every kobo be earned. Workers in the blue chips earn well but they earn it. Let our civil servants earn their pay.

So back to the question, what do we do? Simple, slash the workforce by 60%.

If Oyo state can survive with 32000, Ekiti will do well with much less. From this table, if Oyo can survive with 32000, Ekiti will not die with 16000 because Oyo is twice Ekiti  State in both size and population.

In the computer world of today, nobody needs a secretary but in our ministries, a director has a secretary who in turn has a secretary. In between them they have 2 messengers and 2 cleaners in a two room office where they don’t handle five files in a day.  What a waste.

We should stop deceiving ourselves; four people cannot be doing the work meant for a person and expect progress.ikogosi Spring, Ekiti

While saying this, the workers should not be snt home just like that. Care must be taken to reduce the pain to the barest minimum. The exercise  must be  properly structured and spread over a period of time.   Ekiti has enough brains to set this up and implement, but we must all be ready to sacrifice. There is no baby without blood.Things cannot continue like it is.

Meet Barrister Pius Chuka Enebeli, The Oldest Wig Called To Bar At 80 Years Of Age

The soul lifting information of an eighty-year-old Pius Chuka Enebeli, admitted to the Nigerian Bar, shows that age must not be a barrier to a worthy dream. The latest

The latest wig was among the 2,259 lawyers currently called to the Bar in Abuja, after effectively passing the Bar final examinations, held in April. Halima Buhari, the daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari was among those newly wigged with Mr. Enebeli

How A Woman Who Went From $12 In Her Bank Account To Millionaire Status Learned To Stop Sabotaging Her Success


Lisa Nichols didn’t grow up with money.

After a humble childhood, she found herself a single parent with a mere $12 in her bank account at age 27. She needed government assistance to survive.

Today, her net worth exceeds $1 million, thanks largely to the success of her company, Motivating the Masses, which offers business coaching and professional development to small business owners.

The journey to millionaire status was not always a positive thing for Nichols, she explained during an interview with Essence:

Years ago, when my company had gotten to about $975,000, I slowed down my pace. It was October and I said, “I’m ready to stop for the year.” But the next year, when my company got to about $985,000 by August, I still wanted to stop — and I thought, “Why is it that I want to stop? I know I don’t want to stop for six months. I love what I do!”



What it was, was that I wasn’t comfortable making $1 million … You actually can feel uncomfortable — that was me, stopping in October and then stopping in August. I was no longer in that same kind of hustle that I grew up in.

More than wealthy, you want to belong to your community, to your tribe, to your culture, to your family. I became too different — too much the unicorn. I didn’t want to stand out that much, so I slowed down.

Her discomfort with earning money was completely unconscious, Nichols noted. It wasn’t until she stopped and asked herself why she felt the desire to slow down the pace of her company when she realized how self-limiting she was being.

This unconscious discomfort with making money is not unique to Nichols. Self-made millionaire and author Steve Siebold explains that middle and lower class families tend to pass on the belief that money is scarce — hard to earn and harder to keep — and as a result, the average person sees money as their enemy.

As financial psychologist and certified financial planner Dr. Brad Klontz explained in a 2014 blog post:

If you, your family or your community have come to associate wealth with evildoing, how likely are you to accumulate any money yourself? Not very. The psychological cost would be too high. You would become one of “those people.” Your friends and family members would look at you differently. You would no longer belong.

This explains, in part, why many people who come into sudden money, through an inheritance, insurance settlement, or lottery win, get rid of it quickly. As those close to you learn that your financial situation has changed, it can quickly become uncomfortable. It also explains, in part, why many people unconsciously sabotage their financial success, believing that wealth and integrity cannot coexist.

Wealthy people see money as a friend, while the masses tend to view it as an enemy.

Klontz recommends challenging your core beliefs around money to avoid hurting your financial success: “Take a close look at your early experiences around money and your resulting beliefs about wealth,” he writes. “See if a more balanced view of money can help you improve your financial health.”

That’s exactly what allowed Nichols to come to terms with becoming a millionaire. She took a step back and questioned why she was slowing down, which allowed her to recognize that she was letting factors such as her early experiences with poverty limit her.

“Now, I’m allowing myself to drive the direction of my life, rather than a bunch of unconscious conversations driving me,” she told Essence.

She also embraced the fact that money can be a positive and productive force, a concept that wealthy people tend to teach their kids. As she put it: “When good people do well, good people get to do more good.”

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Business Lessons From The Birth And Life Of Jesus Christ.

Even Muslims are well acquitted with the birth and life of Jesus Christ. He was born in a manger in a small town called Bethlehem by a mother who was hitherto a maid. His father Joseph was a low-level carpenter.

If God were men, this entire scenario will be the other way round. He would have been born in New-York city or London or Paris by President Obama in the best Hilton hotel in the world just to show he is God.

But thank him; his ways are not the ways of men.

As we celebrate Christmas, will it not be appropriate to highlight some business lessons we can learn from the birth and life of Jesus.

How Julius Agwu And Ali Baba Make Their Millions

How Julius Agwu And Ali Baba Make Their Millions

Ali Baba, Basket mouth and the rest are out there making cool money for making people  laugh. If you have the talent to make people laugh, this is your goldmine.

You become a friend to the mighty, making real money doing what you enjoy. I told you entertainment pays and comedy falls here. did you see how Olatilos daughter’s wedding brought the richest Africans to Lagos?

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