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Young Nigerian Author, Adeniran Bamisaye, Charges Youths on Time Management

Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde and his counterpart in the Ministry of Youths and Social Development, Pharm. (Mrs.) Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf are among dignitaries expected to grace the launch of a book written by a social media expert, Mr. Adeniran Bamisaye.

The book, titled: “It’s Your Time: Make It Count,” will be unveiled on July 30, 2017 by 3:30pm at LCCI Conference & Exhibition Centre located at Dr. Nurudeen Olowoporoku Way, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

Other dignitaries expected to grace the book launch are the Chief Press Secretary to Lagos State Governor, Mr. Habib Aruna and a business coach and wife of the Chairman of Avenues To Wealth (A2W), Mrs. Temitope Adeolu-Akinyemi, among others.

The book, which was inspired by deep thinking and inspiration on time management, was aimed at helping people to see time as a seed that must be planted to produce fruits, as well as make readers to understand that time should be viewed from the point of investment that must yield good dividends.

In the introductory page of the book, Bamisaye challenged readers to henceforth desist from waiting for people to invest their time for them, but they should rather do it by themselves.

“It’s Your Time! What you put into it and what you do with it will determine what you’ll get out of it. Time is your life broken down into seconds, minutes, hours and so on. Make it count in order to profit from it,” Bamisaye said.

Bamisaye, who holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics from the University of Ilorin and a Masters degree in Communication and Language Arts from the University of Ibadan, is the Director of D’KINGZ Pen, an organization founded some years ago and motivated by the need to help, motivate and empower the younger generations while impacting them morally, intellectually and creatively to become exceptional role models.

Other books written by Bamisaye are: “Reflections, Who Are Your Friends?,” and “Do You Really Care?.”

 

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Lanre Olagunju is an hydrologist turned freelance journalist. He has a degree in hydrology from the University of Agriculture Abeokuta and a professional diploma in journalism from the American College of Journalism. Lanre advocates on several international platforms for the prosperity and absolute well-being of the African continent. He's @Lanre_Olagunju on Twitter