I Identify.

I identify with Terra Kulture, a successful culture and tourism organization that leverages on what others have pushed to the background: Nigerian culture.

I identify with Dangote Industries, who have done the seemingly impossible from the ‘dark continent’ and have just refused to be complacent regardless of their achievements.

I identify with Wole Soyinka, who speaks and keeps on speaking because as MLKJ once said: ‘Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.’

I identify with Covenant University. A departure from the unproductive norm. An example of what we all can be if we just change our core values, from wrong to right.

I identify with the BBOG. For once, in modern Nigeria, we see role models of persistence and perseverance. Hang in there guys.

I identify with the hopeful Nigerian, who doesn’t just hope but works to see that hope manifest.
Who do you identify with?

Happy 55th birthday Naija.

10 comments

  1. Elouise · October 2, 2015

    HI, Demil! What a wonderful list of gifts to Nigeria. Hoping you’re doing well!
    Elouise

    • demilhadey · October 3, 2015

      Oh! Nigeria is filled with so much more! I’m doing excellently well, elouise. Although, I should post more often. 😁
      You?

      • Elouise · October 3, 2015

        I’m doing great and would love to see more posts from you–though you seem to be thriving just as you are! πŸ™‚

  2. demilhadey · October 3, 2015

    Thank you. It’s God o.😊

  3. Hkun · October 6, 2015

    I identify with Ewan Goin. The food I have come to love.

  4. Nedoux · October 28, 2015

    Hello Demilade,

    I enjoyed reading your depthful post. πŸ™‚

    I too identify with the hopeful Nigerian, I admire the resilience of the typical Nigerian, the determination to hustle and survive in spite of the odds. I hope for a better Nigeria, I believe..

    • demilhadey · November 18, 2015

      Sorry my reply is this late. Thank you! For enjoying the post. πŸ™‚
      Resilience is the word, definitely.

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