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Adebowale

NigeriaLagos , Nigeria

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November 19, 2008

Adebowale David Adepoju

About Me: 

I am married with two lovely duaghters. I love challenges as they prepare you for a great tomorrow. I think, pray and play. I am an academician and I have my reservation that education can actually change the world. I am an Economist and an Educationist. A christian. I am black in color. A Yoruba by tribe that is the most enlighten tribe in Nigeria. I help people a lot through social services and volunteer for some activities. I have compassion for the youths. In short I am an activist in my own right.

My Passions: 
To empower youths to take challenges on economic front
My Challenges: 
Resources to cope with the teeming youth population is scarce.
My Vision for the Future: 
To affect many life positively and make my impact on the sand of time for generations to come.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Economic empowerment and educating them on management of resources
My Languages: 
English, Yoruba

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