Showing posts from October, 2015

From Lagos to France and the scholarship in between - Tosin Ogunmusire

After my blogpost on whether or not to go for a Masters degree, there has been significant interest from readers about advanced learning. In this post, I bring to you the story of a bright young Nigerian - Tosin Ogunmusire who won a scholarship from Total to study in France. This story is to inspire our readers and let them know that these opportunities exist and are real. I personally know 4 people who have been beneficiaries of this scholarship. Without wasting your time, peep the interview below -DA. Tell us about yourself - Educational & Work background I'm a graduate of the "prestigious" University of Lagos Nigeria, where i studied Industrial Relations & Human Resource Management, and also picked up some work experience via internships at Citibank Nigeria & Chevron. I worked as a teacher (for free) in a public school for my NYSC after which i was at Guinness Nigeria for about 6 months, KPMG for a month, then PwC Nigeria where I had a bulk of my profe

Happy 55th Independence Anniversary Nigeria

Green is life, abundant in Nature. Green signifies growth, renewal, hope, strength and environmental regeneration. With both a warming and cooling effect, the color green denotes balance, harmony and stability. In Science - Emerald is Green In traffic management - Green is for Go! The permission to proceed In agric - we have green pastures, something new or better than status quo In Biology - Chlorophyll is Green enabling photosynthesis In war - Green camouflages the warrior protecting him from the enemy The word GREEN is closely related to the Old English verb GROW Green signifies wealth and capitalism Green signifies Pan Africanism. Happy Independence Day Nigeria!