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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Help:i Need A Job by ayokanmi3(m): 7:53am On Jul 24, 2019
I wish you all the very best... Keep creating contents for yourself and never give up irrespective.
NYSC / Re: NYSC Personal CDS Projects By Ayokanmi Oyeyemi by ayokanmi3(m): 1:40pm On Jul 20, 2019
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Celebrities / Re: Lala Akindoju & Gbubemi Fregene 'Chef Fregz' Pre-wedding Photos by ayokanmi3(m): 5:40pm On Sep 16, 2018
Glmice
Politics / Re: ‎Lasun Dismisses Defection Rumour by ayokanmi3(m): 4:56pm On Sep 16, 2018
Ok
NYSC / Re: NYSC Personal CDS Projects By Ayokanmi Oyeyemi by ayokanmi3(m): 5:37pm On Aug 23, 2018
Ladeyanju:
Please how do I get in contract with you? I have some questions to ask as regards personal CDS.
drdebby.adeyanju@gmail.com

Alright, a message to ayokanmioyeyemi@gmail.com will just do
Education / Re: Unilag 2017 Thread by ayokanmi3(m): 4:03pm On Oct 04, 2017
Pls I need past questions for MSc Public health...

Pls, anyone atall.. Get in touch @07063944643
Music/Radio / Re: Top Radio Shows In Lagos/Nigeria? by ayokanmi3(m): 9:08am On Sep 20, 2017
Wow
Celebrities / Re: Throwback Photos Of Yaw And Comedian Princess by ayokanmi3(m): 7:03pm On Aug 31, 2017
Beautiful
Education / Re: Unilag 2017 Thread by ayokanmi3(m): 6:57pm On Aug 31, 2017
Gozychuks:
I made payments this morning. I have not been able to log in. It is saying payment not found


You will.have to wait at least for 10hours.. You can try it night ..

Same thing happened to me when I made payment yesterday
Education / Re: Unilag 2017 Thread by ayokanmi3(m): 6:11pm On Aug 30, 2017
nocosomia:
Anyone with Public Health past questions should please forward to femine@yahoo.com

Are you in any public health WhatsApp group??
Education / Re: Unilag 2017 Thread by ayokanmi3(m): 6:10pm On Aug 30, 2017
Tobyie:
please is their any whatsaap group for Msc. Public Health please add me 08169181562. or do anybody have the past question pleaseee


Also, looking for public health WhatsApp group or if not then will create a fresh one.. Its necessary to have a small community like the WhatsApp group.
07063944643
Politics / Re: Buhari Appoints Adedotun Sulaiman As FRN Chairman by ayokanmi3(m): 7:18pm On Jan 09, 2017
Congrat still
Religion / Pastor Disguised As Beggar. Video by ayokanmi3(m): 7:15pm On Jan 09, 2017
Few days ago pictures emerged online of Pastor Lawrence Onochie of The Kings Heritage disguised as beggar in his own church. Incase you missed the post; click [/https://www.nairaland.com/3540108/pastor-lawrence-onochie-disguised-beggar and [/https://www.nairaland.com/3539072/pastor-lawrence-onochie-disguised-beggar].

Earlier on today the church released a 4 minute video of what really went down at the church during the service.

Read what he wrote below and watch the video


However at 1am on Sunday (December 25th, 2016) while I was preparing for the Christmas service I felt inspired to disguise myself to church as a beggar and enter the real world of the needy, the derelicts, and the destitute. Through the help of the head of our production unit I achieved that, I was transformed and I entered the church without being recognized not even by my wife. I sat in the congregation and followed through with the service.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9wgD71GKh4

Yes they were some with hearts of gold who came and at least gave me a handshake when the pastors asked the congregation to welcome each other. But they were also some who carefully avoided me, they were some who were not so discreet about it they made it clear they didn’t want to come near. Although I was acting a part, but I could literarily feel the pain of rejection when some walked past me to greet others with an attitude of ‘you don’t matter’. Of course as expected when one of the pastors came to encourage the congregation to invite someone they didn’t know over to their homes for Lunch, not surprisingly no one came to me except for one or two who at this time already knew what was happening.

That can be excused to a great extent because of the state of insecurity in the country and the potential risk involved in such demonstration of love. However they’re ways to go around such potential challenges of being hospitable if our hearts are truly keen on it. At the pick of it, I went up stage and revealed my Identity and shared my experience, I couldn’t hold back tears. I saw some wiping off tears from their eyes as I spoke, at the end of the service there was an atmosphere of genuine repentance and commitment to a life of practical.


Source:http://www..com/2017/01/video-pastor-snubbed-after-disguising-as-a-beggar-to-church-the-real-story/

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Religion / Re: Pastor Lawrence Onochie Disguised As A Beggar: The Real Story by ayokanmi3(m): 10:25pm On Dec 26, 2016
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Religion / Pastor Lawrence Onochie Disguised As A Beggar: The Real Story by ayokanmi3(m): 10:07pm On Dec 26, 2016
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Pastor Disguised As a Beggar – The Real Story and Lessons by Pastor Lawrence Onochie

Hebrews 13:1-3 (AMP) 1 LET LOVE for your fellow believers continue and be a fixed practice with you [never let it fail]. 2 Do not forget or neglect or refuse to extend hospitality to strangers [in the brotherhood—being friendly, cordial, and gracious, sharing the comforts of your home and doing your part generously], for through it some have entertained angels without knowing it. 3 Remember those who are in prison as if you were their fellow prisoner, and those who are ill-treated, since you also are liable to bodily sufferings.

I grew up in a family where taking care of strangers was like an obsession for my parents, they sheltered countless number of people who they knew little or absolutely nothing about. I walked into a bank one day and the lady who was attending to me kept smiling, she was very cordial and helpful. When she was done with me she introduced herself as one of the people who had lived in our home several years back when she was homeless. I had similar experiences a number of times, thanks to God for giving me the opportunity of growing up in such a home.

At THE KING’S HERITAGE we have provided shelter for countless number of people over the years who didn’t have a home some of them we didn’t know from anywhere. The most recent is a young man who came to church several weeks back, his home for many years has been a car garage and had been subject to abuse. To keep body and soul together sometimes he would go as far as removing car stereos to sell, in fact he had one in his bag the day he came to see me. A week later he was staying in the church office and eventually we got him a job. We have had a feed the needy program where we provided raw food for hundreds of families in the community regardless of their religious persuasion.

However at 1am on Sunday (December 25th, 2016) while I was preparing for the Christmas service I felt inspired to disguise myself to church as a beggar and enter the real world of the needy, the derelicts, and the destitute. Through the help of the head of our production unit I achieved that, I was transformed and I entered the church without being recognized not even by my wife. I sat in the congregation and followed through with the service.

Yes they were some with hearts of gold who came and at least gave me a handshake when the pastors asked the congregation to welcome each other. But they were also some who carefully avoided me, they were some who were not so discreet about it they made it clear they didn’t want to come near. Although I was acting a part, but I could literarily feel the pain of rejection when some walked past me to greet others with an attitude of ‘you don’t matter’. Of course as expected when one of the pastors came to encourage the congregation to invite someone they didn’t know over to their homes for Lunch, not surprisingly no one came to me except for one or two who at this time already knew what was happening.


That can be excused to a great extent because of the state of insecurity in the country and the potential risk involved in such demonstration of love. However they’re ways to go around such potential challenges of being hospitable if our hearts are truly keen on it. At the pick of it, I went up stage and revealed my Identity and shared my experience, I couldn’t hold back tears. I saw some wiping off tears from their eyes as I spoke, at the end of the service there was an atmosphere of genuine repentance and commitment to a life of practical demonstration of selfless Love.

My Experience:
1. The summary of the whole experience is to let us know that EVERYONE matters to God, rich or poor, stranger or family, beggar or wealthy, destitute or celebrity – EVERYONE matters to God. Jesus said “35 'for I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; 36 'I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me...40 And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. (Matthew 25). What we do to the ‘least’ matters so much to God.

2. We must learn to receive, accept, and genuinely love those who don’t look like us, that is the true mark of Christianity. Jesus said “by this shall all men know that you are my disciples if you love one another”

3. I learnt that sometimes the people who need love the most often deserve it the least. Sometimes they look dirty, they look tough and mean, sometimes they even look rich and happy but they’re dying for love and affection within. Don’t discriminate – spread God’s kind of love.

4. Reality sometimes is not what it appears to be. As Pastors it’s easy to assume that what’s happening on the platform is exactly what’s happening in the pew. Reality is that sometimes the difference can be as far as the North is to the South. If you had asked me before this experience I probably would tell you that this may happen in other churches but not ours based on my perception.

5. Some of the people who despised me the most were not the rich and mighty, some of them are from very humble background. So it’s a myth to assume that looking down on people is exclusive to the high and mighty, the reality is sometimes it’s more from those who are still struggling with poverty. They tend to project the inferiority they feel on others, they see in others what they think of themselves and they despise it.

6. I realised that as a leader the best way to judge people is not necessarily by how they treat me but by how they treat those who are seemingly less than they are. Everyone can treat a leader right.

7. I also saw a common weakness among human beings; we go out of our way to be nice to those we think we can benefit from and ignore those we assume we can’t derive benefits from. If I appeared as the Pastor and sat at the same spot everyone would gravitated towards me.

8. It doesn’t matter how powerful your message is as a Pastor some will not reflect it. Despite all the beautiful messages Judas heard from Jesus he didn’t exemplify the message, he was never changed.

9. Class-consciousness is not of God, it is not the nature of God. If you occupy an esteemed position it’s not just a function of your hard work for many have worked harder but have not achieved it. It is a function of the grace of God, He ensured that you were in the right place, at the right, time, and you met the right people. If you acknowledge the grace of God in your success then you’ll never look down on anyone no matter who they are.

10. Always consider it a HUGE privilege whenever God gives you the opportunity to minister to those in need, it’s never a loss. Such acts of love are always rewarded by God.

11. You’ve got stuffs in your home you don’t need, you’ve got things you haven’t touched in well over a year, shoes, suits, hand bags, etc. What about looking around for those your stuff can be a blessing to and just give it to them?


https://www.facebook.com/pastor.onochie/posts/10154835440192346

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Politics / Re: Jega Blasts Universities Producing Bread And Sachet Water by ayokanmi3(m): 12:02pm On Nov 22, 2016
ohhh... really surprised this is actually coming from Jega himself...
have we ever for once wondered why Nigeria rank hasnt even show on the world map atall.... This is simply because a university isnt just for classrooms but its a community that encompasses all.. a typical look at one of the oldest university in the world (oxford university) shows that they engage in so many other entrepreneurship trade.. they service one of the world biggest bookshop and printing press and so make huge profit out of it; they also deal in construction and so many more.. These entrepreneurship services rendered give the university more resources and enable the students aswell to get first hand experience. ..

so Prof Jega instead of saying its a misplaced priority what you should press on more is for it to be well manage.. Chikena
Politics / Re: Eyitayo Jegede, Dokpesi At Today's Ondo PDP Court Of Appeal Sitting by ayokanmi3(m): 11:54am On Nov 22, 2016
ohhhh... this court dealings is just too late jwooor... the best they should do now is to lobby with Jimoh Ibrahim to make sure PDP takes the day.... if they continue with tbis trend of division; PDP wil loose out totally. ... Edo gubernatorial selection is just a litmus test for this
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Available For NGO Jobs Opportunity/community Volunteering Experience by ayokanmi3(m): 4:01am On Sep 29, 2016
Thanks
NYSC / Re: NYSC Personal CDS Projects By Ayokanmi Oyeyemi by ayokanmi3(m): 3:54am On Sep 29, 2016
gmak:
Kindly send me the proposal sir @ kolade4me@gmail.comcom

Alright. Sent
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Available For NGO Jobs Opportunity/community Volunteering Experience by ayokanmi3(m): 7:05pm On Jul 20, 2016
alright... I will follow up. Thanks so much !!
Jobs/Vacancies / Available For NGO Jobs Opportunity/community Volunteering Experience by ayokanmi3(m): 10:07pm On Jul 18, 2016
Hello nairalanders......

I opened this thread mainly so I can avail myself of any job opportunities with any NGO or community outreaches platform....

But firstly for introduction proper, my name is Ayokanmi Oyeyemi, I have a burning passion for community works/outreaches. Hold a biochemistry first degree from FUNAAB, Ogun state; served at Edo state 2014 where I was able to execute different personal community projects to better the living conditions of my community host due to my love for humanitarian services and hence received the 2015 Edo state honours award, have also volunteered /worked with organisations like UNICEF, WHO, GWSD(Global Women For Sustainable Development) and the host of others in doing what I love doing best..

After my service year at Edo state, I was offered a job employment with the Edo state state ministry of information due to the state honours award I received but rejected it as it wasn't what I planned for.. Two months after completion of my service year in which I moved back to Lagos, I got a job with a top pharmaceutical company as a medical sales representative(with great incentives and allowance) but after exactly 4months I resigned as it doesn't go well with what I want for myself. since than I have been volunteering and contributing my quota to community developments; I also presently run a photography outfit that specializes in documentary and event photography.. Over the last few months have had the opportunity of working with several humanitarian organisations like Wikipedia media Foundation, Ajiga Haleemah Foundation(centre for endometriosis) , Fate foundation, Promenade Youth Initiative e. t. c..

Hence, this could be an open resume as am open for more opportunities to work or partner in collaborative measures with any non governmental organisation/ non-profit organisations that seek to cause positive changes to humanity as ' service to humanity remains the best work of life '.

Please contact me via 07063944643 or ayokanmioyeyemi@gmail.com

Thanks!!

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Politics / Re: Tribunal Rejects Saraki’s Appeal For Trial Judge To Disqualify Himself by ayokanmi3(m): 12:24pm On Apr 21, 2016
Serious issue
Crime / Re: Artisans Clone Ambode’s Phone Number by ayokanmi3(m): 8:14am On Apr 21, 2016
Good one... But the truth is that things aint going well in this country... A background check in the supposedly fraudsters shows that they are both graduate. Infact one is a computer science graduate....

The more we keeping supporting quota instead of merit in our society will keep resulting into shameful society menance like this... Am not trying to defend them that they are justified as you have no excuse to go with the negative.. But a suitable environment as a way of reducing shameful menance like this

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NYSC / Re: NYSC Personal CDS Projects By Ayokanmi Oyeyemi by ayokanmi3(m): 8:02am On Apr 19, 2016
ojexin:
Please I need the proposal as well ojekemiayorinde@gmail.com

Alright... I will sure forward it to your mail.
Thanks
Politics / Re: Edo University Confers Oshiomhole With Honorary Doctorate Degree (PICS) by ayokanmi3(m): 10:36am On Mar 20, 2016
Congrats..... But wait; how many state universities do we have in edo state?... I used to think Anbrose Ali university, Ekpoma is the only state university.

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NYSC / Re: NYSC Personal CDS Projects By Ayokanmi Oyeyemi by ayokanmi3(m): 6:29pm On Mar 18, 2016
enairaprof:
Wow! You did very well. But my frank observation is that, the list of project is too many for one person. Learn to prioritise. More so, NYSC should have a maximum amount for project execution. If you can't feed a hundred then feed just one. Overall, you're inspiring!

Alright... Thank you very much... I understand your point sir but this is so different.... The projects aint too much;.the numbers shouldnt be the factor but the rational/ntention/reason behind each projects..... All these projects werent born out just for the sake of doing projects but due to the urgent need in the community..... I got to the community and realised that there is huge need for all these projects and the develop the proposal which are all classified under community, health and education.....


Just for instance I couldnt execute two projects due to limited funds... But even now that am out of service already I completed one of it.. Just around January I donated the sign post to the community which was part of my proposal but couldnt execute it due to limited funds... Have also started renovating the borehole already all with my personal money.... So this is as a result of urgent need of the community not because I just want to do any projects atall..... Hope its clear now. Thanks
Business / Re: How I Lost Over #20000 Through My Misplaced ATM Card.. by ayokanmi3(m): 5:40pm On Mar 12, 2016
Otsealu1:
@Ope, this shows how smart you really are. With all these details you are not safe at all, or where you thinking nairaland is full of saints? For your info, with all these ur account details one can still dupe you. You are just lucky the person that picked your ATM is soneone like you, not smart if not na blank account you for see.. Thank ur stars and be wise

Ohhh... thank you ma. . but How?
Business / Re: How I Lost Over #20000 Through My Misplaced ATM Card.. by ayokanmi3(m): 5:40pm On Mar 12, 2016
Otsealu1:
@Ope, this shows how smart you really are. With all these details you are not safe at all, or where you thinking nairaland is full of saints? For your info, with all these ur account details one can still dupe you. You are just lucky the person that picked your ATM is soneone like you, not smart if not na blank account you for see.. Thank ur stars and be wise

Ohhh... thank you ma. . How?
Business / Re: How I Lost Over #20000 Through My Misplaced ATM Card.. by ayokanmi3(m): 5:31pm On Mar 12, 2016
tuscani:
You can still do something about it. Start by contacting your bank with the details. also contact face book about the transaction, then if your card is a Master or visa, you will have to contact those merchants as well.
EVEN IF SOME ONE TELL YOU THAT ALL THESE SUGGESTION WILL NOT WORK, JUST TRY THEM, AND SEE THE OUTCOME FOR YOURSELF.


Wow... Thank you... best comment have got so far... just did that now

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Business / Re: How I Lost Over #20000 Through My Misplaced ATM Card.. by ayokanmi3(m): 5:27pm On Mar 12, 2016
pankere:
Is it actually possible for someone to carry out transactions on your atm card without knowing or using your pin or token? If so how?

Me too didnt know b4 ooo.... The main reason am actually posting this as many people dont know about it
Business / Re: How I Lost Over #20000 Through My Misplaced ATM Card.. by ayokanmi3(m): 5:23pm On Mar 12, 2016
VickyRotex:
Awwww. Sorry about that. Good thing you learnt your lesson.

Yes you can trace it. And next time, please dont put up all your details here. It's very risky.
Unethical Hackers can permutate to get your account number with that. You can delete the pictures or blur those sections out.

Wow... alright... Thanks... sure, but what happened to all those who post account details on social media for business transactions... dont they hack it?

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