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Did You Say Happy Birthday To Oga?

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It was encomiums all the way, for the Editor-in-Chief/ CEO of Leadtimes Africa Magazine, Dr Samuel Oga, on the occasion of his birthday midweek, with his elderly son, Master Godwin Chinedu Oga. 

For him, and his contributions, industry stakeholders continued to give God the glory.

Yesterday, Dr. Oga in a chat with the Maritime First said he was humbled by the unrestrained show of love.

“Kindly accept my humble gratitude and appreciation for all your prayers and commitment made at the occasion of my birthday celebration yesterday with my son, Master Godwin Oga,” he said in a message. 

Dr. Samuel Oga

“You indeed made the day a memorable one for us as a family. 

“We pray that things of joy will never cease from you and your family. As you took time to celebrate with us, we wish to say once again that at every time of your celebration, men and women will rejoice with you also”, he also said, adding that the management and staff of Leadtimes Africa Magazine is indeed, proud of the stakeholders’ “showers of love”

 Now, did you too say Happy Birthday to Oga?

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LIGHTER MOOD: Pocket-induced Common Sense…!

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Sometimes, when what is laudable is not practicable, Commonsense simply takes over!

*Anonymous

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Pilgrimage: Participation May Slide As Adamawa Announces N4.679m For 2024 Hajj

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…Executive Secretary blames increment from N2.89m on rising operational costs, exchange rate fluctuations and inflation

Participation at the 2024 Pilgrimage in Adamawa may shrink as the State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Commission has announced N4.679 million fare, for this year’s Hajj.

What goes for Adamawa, may similarly affect the other states of the country, as hajj fare in 2023 was only N2.89 million.

The Executive Secretary of the commission, Malam Abubakar Salihu, made the announcement at a news briefing on Tuesday in Yola.

Salihu attributed the increment in the Hajj fare to rising operational costs, exchange rate fluctuations and inflation.
He said that the decision was made after careful consideration and consultations with relevant stakeholders.
According to him, the commission is committed to providing the best possible services, while ensuring transparency and accountability in the utilisation of the funds.

He called on intending pilgrims to always adhere to the rules and regulations both in Nigeria and Saudi Arabia to enhance a hitch-free and successful pilgrimage.

Salihu also stressed the need for intending pilgrims to comply with the procedures and protocols established by the commission.
He emphasised the importance of continuous orientation and education for the intending pilgrims.

The executive secretary reiterated his commitment to ensuring a successful and memorable Hajj pilgrimage for the intending pilgrims in the state.

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LIGHTER MOOD:  The Southwest Strenght…!

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From Joe Igbokwe

(Are we Protecting them?)

These are my personal Medals to South West Nigeria for keeping the faith in Nigeria and standing out in every department in the Country as the:

1. The most peaceful zone in the Country.

2. The most organized zone in the Country 

3. Undoubtedly the most thriving economic hob in the country 

4. The most civilized zone in the country 

5. The most educated zone in the country 

6. The zone of federal, State, and private Universities

7. The zone of big Churches and worship centers in Nigeria.

8. The  most accommodating and tolerant zone in the country 

9. The number one zone for imports and exports in the country.

10. Richest zone in the country without any shred of doubts

11. The zone of limitless opportunities.

12. The most progress zone with cultural competence and management of emotional intelligence.

13. The zone is number one in almost everything among the six zones in the country.

14. The happiest zone in the country without any shred of doubt 

I can go on and on but this is a challenge to other zones in the country. The loss of the 5 zones is the gain of Southwest.

By Joe Igbokwe

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