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http://tadworld.blogspot.com
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Yaba College of Technology
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Agriculture, Business, Democracy, Development, Education, Food, Innovation, Religion, Technology, Youth
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Akinjise Daniel is a blogger, an award winning humanitarian,web developer, graphics designer , economist, entrepreneur,writer, and lover of God's word. I love mingling as I believe we (humans)are meant for each other. i like to join the Global Ethics Network because i want to be among people who make things happen positively. i also want to meet new people who will impact me

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At 9:56am on December 15, 2015, Valentine Olushola Oyedipe said…

You are welcome to Global Ethics Network Daniel.

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