SHAME: 19 Nigerians arrested in UAE for robbing ATMs.

19 Nigerians who specialize in robbing Automated Teller Machines (ATM) in the United States Emirate, have been arrested by the police after months of painstaking monitoring of their activities.

The Sharjah Police, in a statement, said that the 19 Nigerian targeted ATM vehicles and at the time they were arrested, they had stolen Dh1.8 million, (about N 154 million).

The statement added that the suspects were arrested from several apartments occupied by 30 to 40 Nigerians.

According to Khaleej Times, the Nigerian robbers had come to the country on visit visas specifically to commit the robberies and in the process of their crime spree, they assaulted security guards accompanying the vehicles to carry out the robberies.

Addressing a press conference, the Director of Police Operations Department, Colonel Rashid bin Bayat, said the Nigerian criminals had committed four daring and violent robberies targeting money transportation vehicles that were delivering cash to ATMs.

At the conference, Col. Bayat said:

“The first robbery was committed at the ATM of the Dubai Commercial Bank on King Abdul Aziz Road, where the robbers assaulted security guards and fled with Dh340,000.

After two days, the gang struck again at an ATM near Saferr Mall in Al Nahda area, where they fled with Dh700,000.

They also attacked a cash transportation vehicle in Al Muweilah area, making off with Dh710,000. The fourth attack at an ATM on Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road was foiled by the police.”

According to the police, the suspects had transferred a part of the robbed money to Nigeria while efforts are being made to recover the rest of the loot and return them to their owners.

The suspects, the police added, were identified and arrested based on CCTV footages obtained from the banks and money exchange offices, said the police.

Nigeria vows to address discriminatory visa, banking polices by UAE government

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has assured that the Federal Government would address obnoxious policies on visa and banking against Nigerians in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The Minister gave the assurance in Abu Dhabi when he met with the officials of the Nigeria Embassy in UAE, led by the Charge d’ Affaires, Nura Rimi.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the meeting was on the sideline of the International Conference for the Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage in Conflict Areas, attended by the minister in the UAE capital.

NAN reports that the minister represented President Muhammadu Buhari at the conference.

Mr. Mohammed said a situation where many Nigerians with genuine mission to the UAE were given only two weeks visa into the country was not acceptable.

The minister expressed shock to hear that Nigerians studying in the country were not allowed to open bank accounts, making it difficult to send money to them by their parents.

He assured that he would take the matter up with appropriate authorities at home and ensure something was done to address the challenges.

“I think these are quite serious issues especially when Nigeria gives them months when they apply for visa.

“I can assure you that the government will take it up.

“On the denial to open accounts, of course you will always have good people and bad people in every society, but unfortunately, it is that bad people that always attract the attention of the authorities.

“We will not want to be judged by these bad people and I think again it is a matter that the government has to immediately take up,” he said.

The minister assured the embassy staff that the concern raised on non-availability of current information on Nigeria in missions worldwide was being addressed.

The hosts had said that most time they relied on inaccurate information from internet, particularly when people come to seek information on investment potentials in Nigeria from the embassy.

The minister said that “on Dec. 15, the ministry will launch an information apps which is going to provide real time information to Nigerians home and abroad on any issue.”

He said the app is a collaboration between the ministry and the private sector and when launched it would be able to solve the challenge in all missions across the globe.

“We are also contemplating launching a special Foreign Service news delivery system where classified information, particularly on investment will be disseminated,” he said.

Reacting to Emirates Airline suspension of flight to Abuja and cutting down on frequency of flights to Lagos, the minister said the issue was being addressed

“It is not because the route is not viable; it is because they have been unable to repatriate their funds.

“The Central Bank of Nigeria and the government are working very hard to ensure that very soon it is reversed,’’ he said.
The minister disclosed that government recently approved the signing of Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) with the UAE and Singapore which would forestall future occurrence of such development.

Mohammed expressed delight that the UAE was willing to assist in the challenge of Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) when approached.

He seized the opportunity to brief his hosts on what the government was doing to address the challenge of IDPs.

“Today, a minister is the coordinating officer between the various international organisations and government on IDPs.

“For once, the humanitarian organisations are realising the magnitude of the crisis in the North East, with an understanding that it is a crisis that involve over 20 million people from about seven nations around the Lake Chad Basin.

“The FAO, UNICEF, UNHR, International Organisation for Migration and others are coming together to our aid.

“What is interesting is that they said they have come because of the commitment the country has demonstrated to the crisis,” he said.

Earlier, the envoy had told the minister that in spite of all challenges, the mission had been able to carry out its assigned responsibilities diligently and received the recognition and accolade from the host country.

“Recently, we were awarded a certificate of excellence by the government of UAE.

“Nigeria embassy in Abu Dhabi is one of the three embassies that received the award of excellence and recognition.

“That goes to say that out of paucity of fund and other pressing challenged, we are still committed and dedicated to carrying out our responsibilities,” he said.

Rimi added that they were in total support of government’s efforts back home and ready to carry out any responsibility that will assist in the fulfilment of the change agenda.

He said that Nigerian living outside the shore of the county are also experiencing the same economic challenges people are facing back home

He said it is a supreme sacrifice that all have to make for better tomorrow.

Rimi said there is a sizeable number of Nigerians in the UAE particularly in Abu Dhabi.

“We have professionals in the state owned oil companies, renewable energy, tourism industry and we have university professors and other Nigerians in various institutions of learning.

We also have many business men in Dubai and a large concentration of Nigerian students in this country,” he said.

He appealed to government officials coming to the country for official duty to always notify the embassy ahead of their visit.

British woman arrested for infidelity after she was allegedly raped in Dubai.

A British woman who told police in Dubai she had been raped has reportedly been charged with having extra-marital sex.

The woman in her 20s was allegedly attacked by two men from Birmingham while on holiday in the United Arab Emirates.

When she reported the incident, police arrested her and confiscated her passport, according to UAE law experts detained in Dubai.

The woman has since been bailed but could face jail if found guilty at trial.

Radha Stirling, from the Detained in Dubai group, said the emirate’s treatment of rape victims was “tremendously disturbing”.

She said: “The UAE has a long history of penalising rape victims.

“It is still not safe for victims to report these crimes to the police without the risk of suffering a double punishment.

“Police regularly fail to differentiate between consensual intercourse and violent rape. Victims go to them expecting justice, and end up being prosecuted.

“They not only invalidate their victimisation, they actually punish them for it.”

A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We are supporting a British woman in relation to this case and will remain in contact with her family.”

British Woman Arrested after Dubai Rape Claim

A British woman who told police in Dubai she had been raped has reportedly been charged with having extra-marital sex.

The woman in her 20s was allegedly attacked by two men from Birmingham while on holiday in the United Arab Emirates.

When she reported the incident, police arrested her and confiscated her passport, according to UAE law experts detained in Dubai.

The woman has since been bailed but could face jail if found guilty at trial.

Radha Stirling, from the Detained in Dubai group, said the emirate’s treatment of rape victims was “tremendously disturbing”.

She said: “The UAE has a long history of penalising rape victims.

“It is still not safe for victims to report these crimes to the police without the risk of suffering a double punishment.

“Police regularly fail to differentiate between consensual intercourse and violent rape. Victims go to them expecting justice, and end up being prosecuted.

“They not only invalidate their victimisation, they actually punish them for it.”

A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We are supporting a British woman in relation to this case and will remain in contact with her family.”

500 miles per hour Hyperloop transport system to be built in Dubai.

Hyperloop One, a US company, has signed a deal with Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA) to build a Hyperloop link from Dubai to Abu Dhabi.


The proposed futuristic transport system will be able to travel 150km in just 12 minutes.


In Independent‘s comparison, Birmingham is around 164km from London. A standard train journey between these two cities takes anywhere between 1 hour 25 minutes and two hours.


According to Arabian Business, the futuristic mode of transport involves using magnets to levitate pods inside an airless tube, creating conditions in which the floating pods shuttle people and cargo at speeds of up to 500 miles per hour.


Hyperloop One also showcased the first-ever routes from Abu Dhabi to Dubai, several Hyperports (the equivalent of a station or airport) throughout Dubai, and the conceptual interiors and exteriors of the individual passenger pods.


The Hyperloop will be the first train of its kind in the world.


It is similar to Japan’s maglev train but will be able to reach a top speed of 750mph.


Plans are already in motion for a 50-minute Hyperloop link to be built between Dubai and Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.


It currently takes two hours to make the journey by plane.

EnzyHub: 6 Nigerians allegedly stabbed a CID officer to death in Dubai

All blacks in Deira, Dubai are in hideout. There is a warrant of arrest for all Nigerians after some groups of suspected Nigerians stabbed CID, So the Dubai police arrests all blacks without minding the nationality

A Group of 6 Nigerian boys yesterday stabbed a CID many times to death in Deira which is the heart of business in Dubai. This has resulted to the massive arrest of blacks despite their nationalities.


Equally, a ban has been placed on Nigeria. The United Arab Emirates will no longer issue visas to Nigerians anymore.


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Emirates Flight Catches Fire After Emergency Landing In Dubai

An Emirates flight en route from India appeared to catch fire while making an emergency landing at Dubai International airport on Wednesday, according to CNN.

“We can confirm flight EK521 from Thiruvananthapuram to Dubai has been involved in an accident at Dubai International,” the airline posted on their official Twitter account.

“There were 275 passengers and crew on board. Our main priority now is the safety and well-being of all involved,” the post added.

Emergency response teams have been activated and all passengers and crew have been safely evacuated, the Dubai Government Media Office said on their Twitter account.

All departure flights from the airport have been delayed until further notice, it added.

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Group Asks EFCC To Investigate Buratai Over Alleged ?Purchase Of Properties In Dubai

An anti-graft coalition, the Civil Society Network Against Corruption (CSNAC), has urged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, over alleged diversion of funds to purchase properties in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

In a petition forwarded to the anti-graft commission and signed by the group’s chairman, Olanrewaju Suraju, the group said such act was a violation of the law of public service.

According to the group, ?if the revelation is found to be true, based on evidence adduced by a newspaper, then the actions of the COAS is a great disservice, an act of sabotage against the Nigerian State and a violation of the law prohibiting public officer from investing or participating in any other business safe for farming.

Taking a cue from a publication of June 24, 2016, by Sahara Reporters, an online newspaper, the group said the newspaper revealed how the Chief of Army Staff, Major General Buratai and his two wives were alleged joint owners of a Dubai Property that was paid for in one transaction.

“The funds for the said properties were alleged to have come from a vehicle contract scam, executed while Mr. Buratai was the Director of Procurement at the Army Headquarters. “Our correspondents discovered that the Nigerian Army had awarded an apparently bogus contract for the supply of vehicles and motorcycles for the use of troops involved in an anti-terrorism offensive in Nigeria’s beleaguered northeastern zone”.

According to the publication, “The allegation that General Buratai might have pilfered funds meant for the purchase of military vehicles has sparked outrage among soldiers and officers, especially those from the northeastern part of the country. Two military sources disclosed that irate officers had petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to order an investigation into the contract scam”.

“In the petition, exclusively obtained by SaharaReporters, the aggrieved soldiers and officers, under the umbrella of Concerned Soldiers and Officers from the North East, had accused the COAS of executing the contract through a proxy. According to the petitioners, the proxy’s name is Usman Gamawa, founder of Baggash Investment Limited. The petition stated that, rather than supply new vehicles, as contained the contract awarded, Mr. Baggash allegedly purchased second-hand vehicles and motorcycles from Niger Republic.

“On arrival in Nigeria, the vehicles were said to have been refurbished at Mogadishu Cantonment under the supervision of Staff Sergeant Dadan Garba. SaharaReporters said some of the vehicles and motorcycles had since broken down.”

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FG Moves To Secure List Of Properties Owned By Nigerians In Dubai

Few weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the federal government has revealed that efforts were in top gear to secure a list of Nigerians who owned choice properties in the country from proceeds of fraud. 

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama, while briefing the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs during the budget defence of the ministry, said the Nigerian government was in talks with the UAE government  in getting a list of all properties owned by Nigerians. 

According to him, with the presence of the new All Progressives Congress (APC) government and the change mantra, Nigeria’s diplomatic missions will be repositioned to effectively carryout their functions. 

On the issue of money laundering and the role of Nigeria’s foreign missions abroad, ?he disclosed that the Ministry is presently engaged  in the recovery of over $300 million laundered money in the State of New Jersey in the United States of America.

Meanwhile, a Senate panel has urged foreign missions abroad to be watchdogs of the federal government in its fight against money laundering which has made countries abroad their safe havens. 

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Fire Razes Dubai Skyscraper Hotel, Site Of 2016 New Year Celebrations

A huge fire ripped through a luxury Dubai hotel Thursday night as people gathered to watch New Year’s Eve celebrations, injuring at least 16 people, authorities said.

Dubai’s government media office tweeted that a “fire has been reported in the Address Downtown hotel. Authorities are currently on-site to address the incident swiftly and safely”.

The cause of the blaze was not immediately known.

The 63-storey building, which is close to Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, was engulfed in flames across several floors as sirens wailed and helicopters hovered overhead, witnesses said.

Dubai’s police chief said all the hotel’s residents had been evacuated from the scene of the blaze, which had still not been extinguished some two hours after it broke out.

“All the residents are out,” General Khamis Matar al-Mzeima said.

“Until the fire is put out, we will not have information on what caused it,” he added.

“At least 14 people have been slightly injured, along with one medium injury, and a heart attack case registered due to people pushing” amid the smoke, the media office tweeted.

Witness Raphael Slama told AFP the fire started at around 9:30 pm (1730 GMT) and rapidly spread upwards across dozens of floors.

The government tweeted that the fire erupted on the 20th floor and affected only the outer facade of the building.

“Four firefighting teams have been deployed” to fight the blaze, it added.

Authorities said earlier Thursday that they had deployed thousands of security personnel to ensure visitors and residents could enjoy the New Year’s festivities safely.

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Dubai To Host 200 Nigerians On Paid Trips For Shopping Festival

The Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing on Tuesday said it had concluded plans to host 200 Nigerians on paid trips for 2016 Dubai Shopping Festival in January.

Mrs Stella Obinwa, the Regional Director, Africa International Operations of the corporation, made the disclosure to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at the ongoing Akwaaba Travel Expo in Lagos.

Obinwa said that the trips were for the corporation’s frequent Nigerian customers and consumers.

She said the idea was to strengthen the tourism and cultural relationship between Nigeria and Dubai, United Arab Emirate.

“This is our first time of attending Akwaaba Travel Expo and our aim is to highlight Dubai as a shopping and family destination of choice.

“Dubai is a must-visit destination in 2016 with incredible new shopping and family fun experiences at the shopping festival scheduled for January,’’ the regional director said.

She said that Dubai had significant investments increasing tourism from Africa and all around the world.

“We are ready to support and work with Nigerian travel agencies and all airlines on a friendly bargaining for the 2016 Shopping Festival.

“Dubai is ready and willing to receive high influx of Nigerians and foreigners to grace the festival and also to experience the best tourism and hospitality treatment,’’ Obinwa said.

She said that corporation’s appearance at the expo was to create awareness about the shopping festival to the world, particularly to those who love shopping, entertainment and family fun.

“We are here to show that Dubai is going to out-do itself in this regard in 2016, with incredible new attractions and opportunities that can’t be missed,’’ she told NAN.

Obinwa said that Nigeria is one of Dubai’s best-performing African markets, with over 300,000 visitors arriving in Dubai from the region in 2014.

“Emirates operate three flights daily out of Nigeria, augmented by additional flights from within the region operated by Ethiopian Airlines.

“Etihad Airways, Rwanda Airways, Kenya Airways, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and Royal Air Marco also operate flights from Nigeria.

“When it comes to shopping, nobody does it better than Nigerians and Dubai do shopping like no other city,’’ she added.

Obinwa said that shopping was a major attraction among African travellers and Dubai was highlighting its incredible retail offering to Nigerians in several innovative ways.




NAPTIP nabs Dubai-based human trafficking syndicate

The National Agency for The Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and other Related Matters on Tuesday paraded five suspected members of a human trafficking syndicate based in Dubia.

The suspects were paraded by the Lagos Zonal Command of NAPTIP after they were arrested for trafficking two girls, Ann and Chisom, whose other surnames were withheld by the command.


The agency’s Public Relations Officer, Mr Josaiah Emerole, said that one of the victims, Ann, had returned safely to Nigeria while Chisom was out of the reach of her traffickers.


Emerole added that the agency was in touch with her and working with other partners to assist her.


He added that officials of the agency swung into action after two separate videos of the young girls swearing to an oath to prostitution went viral on social media.


He said the videos had caused the country a huge embarrassment and the culprits needed to be brought to book.


“You may recall that early in Aug this year, the media, especially the social media was awash with nude visuals of two of our citizens, Ann and Chisom.


“They were filmed and uploaded by some of our unpatriotic citizens engaged in trafficking of girls from Nigeria to Dubai, the United Arab Emirate for sexual exploitation.


“The nude visuals caused some uproar within many circles in Nigeria and raised questions among our international partners.


“The videos showed the two girls being forced to swear to an oath of allegiance separately while nude,’’ he told journalists.


“They were made to claim that they came to Dubai on their own volition to engage in prostitution and ready to obey their madams without reporting to anybody.


“The women that filmed the video threatened to upload the nude visuals if the girls did not act accordingly.


“The blackmail videos are part of the Dubai syndicate’s control mechanism which also include oath taking and confiscation of travel documents to ensure submission.’’


Emerole added that the suspects had been handed over to officials of NAPTIP for further investigation.


“The Director-General of NAPTIP, Mrs Beatrice Jedy-Agba, needs to bring to the knowledge of the public recent developments in our efforts to stem the tide of trafficking in persons in Nigeria.


“Especially the arrest of suspected members of a Dubai based Human Trafficking Syndicate and their accomplices.


“Based on this despicable and criminal act in the fight against human trafficking, the agency went into action in collaboration with other sister law enforcement agencies.


“The aim is to locally and internationally fish out these criminals and their agents in Nigeria and to rescue the victims,’’ he said.


Emerole added that other traffickers who were not yet in the custody of NAPTIP would be apprehended soon.

“On Sept. 8, 2015, officers of the Lagos Zonal Command arrested the Dubai based trafficker who took Ann out of the country.

“She was tracked and apprehended at Agboroko Village, Iba New Site, Lagos, where she was in hiding having sneaked into the country for her traditional wedding.


“Earlier surveillance and raid operations by NAPTIP officers were at two residents in Lekki Phase 1 and Oke-Ira Nla, Ajah, Lagos led to the arrest of two others.


“Investigations have identified them as suspected recruiters for the Dubai syndicate.


“The owner of a hideout for girls, from where one of the victims Chisom was recruited and trafficked to Dubai was also apprehended,’’ Emerole said.

He added that the key suspect’s sister was also apprehended for her role in the trafficking ring.

“Preliminary investigations indicate that the suspect has other accomplices in Dubai and that efforts are underway to track them,’’ he said.

The spokesman added that the owner of the hideout where the girls were kept had confessed that she knew the victims.

Emerole said that all the activities were in violation of the trafficking in persons Enforcement and Administration Act, 2015.

“Consequently, the suspects so far arrested and interrogated would be arraigned soon.


“Efforts are also being intensified at the diplomatic level to track all other members of this syndicate who are still in Dubai.


“The fight against human trafficking is one that we freely chose as a responsible member of the international community and to protect the dignity of our people.


“We will not shirk this responsibility as an agency because the image of our country damaged by these unpatriotic persons must be restored through our collective efforts,’’ he said.



Nigerian En Route To Dubai Arrested With N1bn Cash In Niger Republic

The police in neighbouring Niger Republic have arrested a Nigerian carrying 4.6m Euros (N1.05bn) in cash. The man was arrested at the Diori Hamani Airport in Niamey, the capital of Niger, en route Dubai in the United Arab Emirate.

The Nigerien police said they suspected that the man was fleeing with the money in order to avoid being caught by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, who has been prosecuting an anti-corruption campaign since assumption of office on May 29.

They also expressed worry that there had been an upsurge in the number of Nigerians trafficking huge sums of money in cash through the neighbouring country.

The police in Niger are already working on the suspicion that the money traffickers have accomplices in the country.

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Sujimoto Recounts His Amazing Journey And Meeting With The Ruler Of Dubai, His Highness Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum

Have you ever met a king before? I have.

And, not just any king; but, His Royal Highness Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

A true blueblood who’s royalty isn’t his only claim to fame. An accomplished poet, an orator and a visionary Leader who has proved to the world that his people will not stand for mediocrity, rather are recognised as the leaders of the world in innovation. Consistently breaking boundaries and records that only they have achieved in the first place.

It was with his “full throttle” approach  that Sheikh Mohammed continued and expanded the Vision, based on the simple framework laid down by his father Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum and his uncle, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan; giving the  world “Destination Dubai”  a great service to his country; the ultimate holiday and Financial Centre of the 21st century.


As expected His Highness time is one of his most valued asset, hence my fleeting “2 minutes” meeting with the icon attested to the fact that that impossibility is ONLY a myth; you can become whatever you desire and your present situation has very little to do with your destiny

A maestro of words, he reaffirmed my belief in the validity of Nigeria’s potential, stating “Dubai is great, but Nigeria’s potential is beyond our imagination, Nigeria would be one of the greatest countries not only in Africa but in the world”

When I asked him what drives him, he said “Failure is not an option. Dubai can never afford to settle for less. The fear of failure is my number one motivating factor. I wake up each day reminding myself that I’d do everything to show the world that the UAE in general and Dubai in particular would never become followers but Leaders in all sectors of leadership.

I asked for his advice for a young entrepreneur like myself: He said “…in life, you have to choose what you want to be, a Lion or a Gazelle, to succeed or fail, to be great or to be ordinary; whatever you chose to be you will become, but don’t forget that to be ‘2nd’ is to be ‘last’, strive to be the best”.

He eventually asked the purpose of my visit to Dubai and I explained my dream for “LorenzoBySujimoto”, I shared how Dubai inspires me and my desire to transform the Nigerian Real Estate sector. I was humbled by his rapt attention and amazed at his response:  “your dreams are too small, double it, after you achieve it, contact me”. Signalling to his assistant “…give him my card” I was stunned almost in tears of joy. 

It’s an irony how different, people’s perspectives about the same subject can be. 

You see, I had shared this same dream for Lorenzo with a person I looked up to and the advice I got was “…be careful, this is Nigeria, this your dream is too big, take it easy…” Yet a King who knows virtually nothing about me, in a few minutes gave counsel that has filled me with hope and encouragement to go beyond the limits I had placed on my own dreams, otherwise not to start at all. I am grateful.

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I got a book, ‘The vision’, written by the icon himself, while signing my copy he asked “…what is your name again?” “Sujimoto” I replied; are you Japanese? We all laughed.

As he moved on to his next meetings, he looked back at me and said: Japanese, Nigerian, whichever you are; you must never forget generosity, it is an important element of success.

Dubai is a city that has experienced transformation from the land of desserts and camels, into the city of towers and marbles. How could one not believe in the power of possibility? The story of Dubai can be likened to a ‘grass to grace’ kind of story, where from nothing it has become something remarkable, outstanding. 

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I have re-learned the lesson that if one has the right vision and the right people who believe in that vision, there is no limit to the kind and level of success that can be achieved and the quality of impact we can have on our society.

Many dreams have been abandoned, because of the credence we assign to the reactions of the people we share them with. Indeed, more often than not, we heed advises that limit us and we permit the society to dictate what is possible or not. 

One cannot desire abundance and operate with people who are stuck in a mind-set of poverty. It is paramount that one surrounds one’s self with people who buy into one’s dream. People who are not handicapped by the proclivity to crouch and surrender, rather faith in the boundless capacity of man to exceed expectation; would feed your passion and validate your dreams.

To become a world class goldsmith, get advice from Harry Winston OR Tiffany, not a bricklayer.

Oyinda Adams
Corporate Communications Manager, Sujimoto Construction
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