I’m honored to be a part of those who are graduating from the JayTeeOjo Foundation training. It is a great privilege to have been selected, started and concluded the training.
I would like to say ‘Thank you Jesus’. I bless God for giving me such an opportunity, I also want thank the JayTeeOjo Foundation for extending an opportunity as such to me all the from from Lagos and to Mr. Jaytee Ojo thank you for showing what it means to be a proactive-visionaire. You envisaged a new Ekiti where her citizens would be able to generate income n their own and you took steps to making it happen.
My brother once said to me “Always create space” and then he asked me why do you need to create space, I answered so that more things can come in but he said not just more things but new things. I believe one of the reason we exist on earth is to keep adding value to the world this can be done by learning new things or newer ways of doing old things everyday howbeit small it may seem. The journey of might not be the most convenient nor the most satisfying but one question that should keep you running is “Is it worth it?”.
You could call me an adventurer because of the power of my imagination, I posses a mind power that enables me see beyond limitations set ahead every challenge and that has kept me running despite so many detours that has tried to make me lose faith and just give up on everything. Times would come when all seems not to work the way we have predetermined and that discourages us from following through, but know this a loss is not the end of the race but rather a reason to sit down and restrategise.
Steve Jobs once said “You’ve got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.”
Once again I would like to say “Thank you Jesus”, to JayTeeOjo foundation, thank you for being the first of its kind and I pray God will continue to engrace you to be a part of the turn around the nation requires. To my colleagues, who went through into the python programming camp as a novice as myself and came out a Private(PV2), thank you for not giving up along the line, your tenacity encouraged me to continue and not break rank. To our tutor, Mr Tope, your patience while drilling us and your love for what you do is compared to non. Thank you for giving our raw clay a form and structure to which we would continue to refine and polish. To Glimpse solution , you guys are the best and finally I would like to say “Thank you Jesus”.