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LAMIDI SODIQ OLATUNJI was born on 14 July 1991 at Cement, Dopemu Agege Lagos Nigeria. He Attended TAIRU INTERNATIONAL NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL, Alfa Yusuf Area in Agege as his Preparatory, he went to ILORO GRAMMAR SCHOOL in the year 2002, and finally finish his SSCE at ABIBAT MOGAJI MILENNIUM SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL in the year 2008, he further his education at ADENIRAN OGUNSANYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION school of part time programme in the year 2009 where he studied Business Education and graduated in the year 2013. While he was in secondary school, he attended Center point Computer College for computer engineering programme and graduate with Diploma in Desktop computer Engineer, after finishing he further more to acquire more knowledge, there he decided to go for Computer Graphics Course at ACCESS POINT GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY, he graduated with Diploma in Graphic Design Certificate, He later went for LAN ENGINEER at the same ACCESS POINT POINT GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY, after acquiring all this knowledge he decided to share his knowledge outside the world, his first year working experience was at Jimoh Egbeda Lagos, and later at REMI-REMCO INVESTMENT where he worked as a Computer Instructor. He worked at different companies to have more working experience including International Datalogic Systems till 2014. in the year 2014, he became a Managing Director of Access Point Global Technology where he carry out various duties as a Fully Computer Engineer, Graphic Artist, Networking Engineer and Computer Instructor. As a Young Talented Individual with high sense of responsibilities willing to Attained Professional Distinction, Proficiency, Serves for Excellence and Precision at all times in any position and Circumstances he met himself. during this process he was employed at OMOKANYE & CO (CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND CONSULTANT) where he became an IT SUPERVISOR, on the 6th of June, 2016, he resigned as an IT SUPERVISOR at Omokanye & Co to Olazys Concepts where he became the Managing Director /CEO till date

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Sometimes, you may think you have fallen into an abyss…when in fact, you’ve just descended to the roots…of the tree of life! Somewhere along your climb, you got lost amongst the branches, and lost in the darkness of the branches, the only way to find the straight way up would be to return to the roots! And from there amongst the roots, you will be able to look straight up and see the top again! And begin your ascent!  Knowledge is like an endless resource; a well of water that satisfies the innate thirst of the growing human soul. Therefore never stop learning… because the day you do, you will also stop maturing. If expecting something in return is your reason for giving, you are really not giving- you’re swapping. If you receive something in return for your gift, what you receive is a bonus – not a repayment of a DEBT.

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Sometimes, you may think you have fallen into an abyss…when in fact, you’ve just descended to the roots…of the tree of life! Somewhere along your climb, you got lost amongst the branches, and lost in the darkness of the branches, the only way to find the straight way up would be to return to the roots! And from there amongst the roots, you will be able to look straight up and see the top again! And begin your ascent!  Knowledge is like an endless resource; a well of water that satisfies the innate thirst of the growing human soul. Therefore never stop learning… because the day you do, you will also stop maturing. If expecting something in return is your reason for giving, you are really not giving- you’re swapping. If you receive something in return for your gift, what you receive is a bonus – not a repayment of…

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Sometimes, you may think you have fallen into an abyss…when in fact, you’ve just descended to the roots…of the tree of life! Somewhere along your climb, you got lost amongst the branches, and lost in the darkness of the branches, the only way to find the straight way up would be to return to the roots! And from there amongst the roots, you will be able to look straight up and see the top again! And begin your ascent!  Knowledge is like an endless resource; a well of water that satisfies the innate thirst of the growing human soul. Therefore never stop learning… because the day you do, you will also stop maturing. If expecting something in return is your reason for giving, you are really not giving- you’re swapping. If you receive something in return for your gift, what you receive is a bonus – not a repayment of a debt.

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INSPIRATION WORD OF WISDOM

Be careful not to mistake insecurity and inadequacy for humility! Humility has nothing to do with the insecure and inadequate! Just like arrogance has nothing to do with greatness, Be careful not to mistake insecurity and inadequacy for humility! Humility has nothing to do with the insecure and inadequate! Just like arrogance has nothing to do with greatness. Dont ever be impressed with goal setting; be impressed with goal getting. Reaching new goals and moving to a higher level of performance always requires change, and change feels awkward. But take comfort in the knowledge that if a change doesn’t feel uncomfortable, then it’s propably not really a change.

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If we can achieve the ultimate state of self-mastery, we will more consistently have the personal power and peace of mind we need to get ahead, since we are not giving our time, energy, and power away to others; we are taking responsibility for ourselves and how much we can affect change in our lives

Fashola Explains Reason For Hike In Electricity Tariff & Beg Nigerians To Accept It

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, SAN, has noted that the increase in electricity tariffs is the first major policy the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is coming up with, describing same as “a painful pill,” which consumers have to “swallow.”

Fashola disclosed this Monday during the second monthly meeting with stakeholders in the power sector in Lagos, where he also inspected some projects at the Alagbon Transmission and Distribution Complex.

Fashola’s comments came at a time Nigerian workers under the aegis of the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, Trade Union Congress, TUC, joined by Civil Society Organizations embarked on peaceful protests against the policy which has grounded commercial activities in several cities in the country.

His words, “Importantly, I understand that people who have been disappointed over a long time will feel a sense of concern that again tariffs have gone up. But the truth is that these tariffs ought to have been there from day one. I don’t know why the government of yesterday was not courageous enough to tell us this was the price.

“It is a painful pill that I must appeal that we swallow. It is like quinine and malaria. It’s painful; it’s not sweet, I know that, but I do it because we are not left with many choices. This is the first major decision in power that this administration has taken. There are other problems.
“I can only appeal for some understanding and some trust that we do this in the best interest of our country. It is a hard decision, but I think down the line, we will have cause to look…”

The minister, who faulted the way the privatisation of the power sector carried out by the immediate past administration of Goodluck Jonathan, said the sector was being plagued by several problems including gas supply shortfall and transmission issue.
Fashola, while responding to a question on what the problems in the sector were, said,

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“The problem is everywhere. The problem is with us. The problem is with gas. The problem is with transmission. The problem is with the way the privatisation exercise itself was conducted.

“But as I have said before, I am not going to lament what has happened in the past. I am going to move on with it. So, the first move we have made when we accessed the situation, nobody was happy with it when we took over.

“This is a problem that has been here for 16 years, if we put it mildly. It is a problem that has been here 100 years ago, if we put it really extremely. I have been here for less than a 100 days, and I think we can solve this problem if you give us the tools that we need to do it. I think that this problem can be solved, and the day that we feel that it cannot be solved, I will gladly come and tell you that I don’t think it will work,”

he stated.