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Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo (3 of 3): Images from 2nd Memorial Lecture – Tola Adenle

July 16, 2012

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On the 8th of July, I presented two essays, representing 1 & 2 of 3 on the recent  Lecture/Workshop in memory of Late Chief Folayegbe Akintunde-Ighodalo, a woman of many firsts, the most notable of which was the first female Permanent Secretary not only in her native Ondo State but in Nigeria.  An old girl […]

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My thoughts on emotanafricana’s 1st anniversary

March 26, 2012

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by Ajipeya Afunleyin Morning supposedly shows the day as childhood shows manhood. From the rich background of Emotan and the varied experiences of the blogger, one cannot expect anything less than what the blog contains. Furthermore, the output of this blogger shows that she is somebody who does not leave what should be done today […]

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“Nigerian Women’s Empowerment – The Voice of Folayegbe Akintunde -Ighodalo” – Tola Adenle

January 4, 2012

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“Years of Disillusion   Since her retirement from the civil service, Mrs. Akintunde-Ighodalo has become a prominent spokeswoman and facilitator, much sought after, as earlier indicated, as a speaker, a chairperson, or a patron. She feels it is her duty to accept as many of these invitations as possible, because they provide fora for sustaining […]

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The Letters to My Aunt/Letters to My Niece Series: Introduction – Tola Adenle

July 5, 2011

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PLEASE PARDON THE ‘DUST’ AS I’M CURRENTLY WORKING TO MATCH THIS BLOG’S APPEARANCE WITH THE QUALITY OF ITS CONTENTS. These things take a little more time to grasp as one moves along in years! Thanks for your understanding. TOLA. ============== Nigerian Women’s Empowerment – The Voice of Folayegbe Akintunde -Ighodalo: Years of Disillusion Since her […]

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The “letters to my niece” series – Tola Adenle

June 13, 2011

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LATER THIS EVENING: [“Why do immigrant kids perform so well in America (2): The Nigerian example] ============================ The “Letters to my niece” series from my old newspaper columns, need a brief introduction since I’ve already presented a couple of them on this blog.  Many more will follow. In Emotan – the magazine – I decided […]

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