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More Honours For Billionaire businessman, Adebutu Kessington

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Providence, no doubt, has literally lavished its favour on him.

But success, greatness and fame were never thrust on his laps on a platter of gold. His is an intriguing story of a man who is determined to survive in life.

Indeed, if anyone had told Kessington Adebukunola Adebutu  that he would someday become one of the gladiators in the nation’s business sector, he would have dismissed it with a wave of the hand.

But today, the man famously known as Baba Ijebu is celebrated by all and sundry for the simple reasons that he has made hard work, self- discipline and accountability his watchwords.

For him, honour is never in short supply. It comes in torrents and he is deserving of it. Come October 19, the Iperu Remo, Ogun State-born billionaire will be conferred with the prestigious chieftaincy title of Odole Oodua by  the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Eniitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II at the Ile-Oodua, the Ooni’s Palace in Ile-Ife, Osun State.

It will be the first of such ceremony by the first-class monarch  since his ascension of the throne as the 51st Ooni.

Interestingly, the coming event will  take place few days before  the 84th birthday celebration of the Chairman of Premier Lotto. His birthday would be celebrated with a  fanfare  on 24th October.  

With the title,  Adebutu will join the league of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo and Chief G.O.K. Ajayi,  who were honoured  in their lifetimes with the title pioneered by the great Oranmiyan while he was still a Prince of Ife.

The traditional title of the Odole of Ife has been retained as part of Ife’s social and political system and specially conferred on distinguished Oodua descendant who in present times can replicate the roles played by Oranmiyan.

Like his predecessors, Sir Adebutu’s exemplary life achievements and awesome potentials for positive social transformation were a crucial factor in his consideration for the prestigious position.

The billionaire in the past has gotten several other  chieftaincy titles, he is the Babalaje of Lagos, Olotu of Lagos, the Asoju Oba of Lagos, he is also the Balogun of Iperu Remo, the Baba Oba of Iperu Remo, Akogun of Remoland, Bobaselu of Ondo conferred on him by the Osamawe of Ondo Kingdom.  The Octogenarian is also Baba Oba of Noforija Kingdom, Epe and the Baba Oba, Ebi of Idena, Iperuland.

www.crystal.com.ng also gathered that he is billed to be conferred with the title of  the Asalu of Ode Remo on 10th October.  

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City Businessman, Kenny Duyile, Cooking  Something New

For some time now, man of many parts Chief Kenny DUYILE seems to have been   off the social circle radar that made  many quibbling minds to be wondering what was happening around him.

His avoidance of the klieg lights for some time now we gathered has nothing to do with a dwindling fortune or influence., but a deliberate move for him to concentrate on a particular business project that has been taking  up his time lately.

Unknown to many, the ONDO high Chief who is into various business interests ranging from, but not limited to Real Estate, Farming, Hospitality, Publishing, Oil and Gas has been swiftly and silently cooking something big that will see the sunshine state of Ondo becoming the hub of undiluted entertainment.

Industrious and very astute businessman , who is one of the privileged few that can boast of the ownership of the posh wonder on wheels Rolls Royce series from the 90s till date, has been investing heavily in what will become the talk of the town , not only in rocky town of Ondo but the entire country Nigeria, because the vibration will be heard loud and clear when it eventually birth .

Those who know believe that this new project will be a bang because Chief Kenny is not known  to doing his things in small measures

For the records ,Chief Kenny DUYILE, was the brain behind the then talk of the town society journal, Celebrity Mirror and also wave making hospitality haven , Rockview Hotels that are majorly located in the southwest of the country.


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Resident doctors threaten to embark on indefinite strike on Thursday, April 1

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There was palpable fear after Members of the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) threatens to embark on an indefinite strike on Thursday, April 1.

The body disclosed (NARD) that the strike will be coming on the heels of the expiration of the 60-day ultimatum given to the Federal Government on January 25 for the payment of arrears of salaries of house officers across the country and the review of hazard allowance, among other demands. According to members of the association, since the pandemic began in 2020, it has lost 17 doctors, whose families and loved ones are yet to benefit from the Death in Service Insurance Scheme.

According to a statement released in Abuja by the President of NARD, Dr Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, after NARD’s extra-ordinary National Executive Council (NEC) meeting on Sunday, March 28, reads in part

“The NEC observed that her earlier ultimatum given to the Federal Government during the January 2021 NEC meeting in Owerri will expire by 12 midnight on the 31st of March 2021 with no significant achievement.

The NEC reiterated her full support for the Central Placement of House Officers. Nevertheless, they decried the agony our members have been made to pass through for three months now without salaries despite uninterrupted service delivery to the nation.

This is due to the inefficiency of the Registrar of MDCN in handling the processes of central placement of House Officers as approved by the Federal Executive Council since 2017.

The NEC bemoaned the suffering of some of our members in GIFMIS platform who have not been paid salaries for four months now due to delay in biometric capturing by IPPIS department.

They lamented the inhumane treatment being meted on our members in some State Tertiary Institutions like ABSUTH being owed twenty months salaries, IMSUTH five months salaries and UNIMEDTH three months salaries.

The NEC also observed that despite the three-month window given to the Federal Government to review the hazard allowance of health workers, the hazard allowance has remained a paltry sum of five thousand naira monthly.

The NEC noted that despite the efforts of NARD, the erroneously paid 2020 Medical Residency Training Fund (MRTF) to non-resident Doctors is yet to be addressed. Also, the 2019, some of 2020 and 2021 MRIF are yet to be paid.”


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Thinking School Unlocks Business Initiatives To Tackle Unemployment

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Thinking School is berth in lagos to tackle the high rate of Unemployment in Nigeria.
Daring the Odds. 2020 will go down as one year that shocked everyone. It didn’t matter what plans you had hatched prior to the year or the thoughts you have penned down in your diary; 2020 surprised everyone. It took a lot for many to come to terms and the year took flight and seemed like nothing will work.
Many would argue that the things we adopted during the peak of the pandemic weren’t new things, they only got prominence. Such is the story of business, innovation and principles.
As it has been widely acknowledged, principles are global and can be adopted/adapted, so is the fact that nothing is new in business – if you are toying with an idea in your head, and delaying execution, someone else will spring same idea even in better forms.
With the effects of the pandemic biting hard on lives of individuals and their businesses, Thinking School Nigeria stepped into the arena where the giants feared to walk. The team designed programmes and products to help Nigerians mitigate the effects of covid19 on their businesses. It wasn’t the first time Thinking School dared the odds.
In 2016, Thinking School took a risk on entrepreneurial virgins and incubated them, today they’re doing fine with quality service and unique customer care service in agriculture, confectioneries, fashion and agro allied industries. In the words of the founder, Michael Olaniyan, “Our knack for asking the right questions and ignoring sentiment is what pushes us to be better – and when we dare the odds, it is not for show off. We interrogate our situations analytically and tow the path with the highest possible return.”
When their free online classes took full force in March, it looked like it won’t go far but here we’re today. The class held every week for 7 months and counting, bringing to bare the team’s wealth of experience and technical ability to deliver time worthy and future proof steps to business and career development.
The Project manager, Abayomi Sarumi says, “We dare the odds and we question the status quo but we never lose sight of our realities. We are not bent on dishing contents and forgetting the core of our message. This is what sets us apart – our message keys into the reality of Nigerians and it’s why we can easily help individuals and businesses.”

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