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'Tomilayo Omotoso

"Deji Adeyemi; PDA as I fondly love to call him is a phenomenal human being. His leadership skills coupled with his sense of empathy will endear him to any person. He's a man of integrity and good noble character to say the least."

'Tomilayo Omotoso Lawyer & Real Estate Broker
- Oyeti, A. 'Sunkanmi

"Deji Adeyemi is a creative writer and poet, one whose writings sink deep into the heart as you read through. His writings will definitely have their place in world history. I strongly recommend his works to every lover of arts and literature. Thank you."

- Oyeti, A. 'Sunkanmi Certified Project Manager & Business Development Professional.
Olaide Taiwo (UK)

"Working with 'Deji Adeyemi was great. Professionalism was maintained. He is very accessible with quick response time. The support with promotion on his various platforms is a bonus to his already good service. I would definitely recommend him anytime. Publishing was easy working with him. Kudos!"

Olaide Taiwo (UK) Author

My Latest Blog

Behanzin Hossu Bowelle - famous African warrior
A War Dance for Kings – The War for Lost Lives
Arápá!!! He whom the gods wish to destroy they first make mad Do you see madness on the streets? Can you feel the mad beat from the king's band? As it jingles, turns & turns your feet?! Arẹ́sẹ̀!!! A dog destined to be lost does not hear the hunter's whistle Do you hear dogs barking in terror? Can you feel the hair of the hunter bristle? As he mischievously play the tunes of warriors?! It's the war dance of kings!!!

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Comparison of Quality Production is Futile
Few weeks ago, my friend, Ibk, was designing her Disha page. While she did that, she had the page of a role model we both shared as guide. After she was done, she showed it me to review. I saw a bit of word tardiness and I pointed it out. In her defense, she replied that it was the same way our role model did hers.   Immediately she said that, honestly, my hands fell. I mean, this role model in question is known for excellence. I couldn't possibly fault her. So if she did that, who was I to complain? But then, Ibk did a screenshot of the sample she followed and then I compared it with hers.

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God of the Good and Bad Times
I studied English Language in OAU. Before this, I had the choice of studying Law. I like to think I was smart enough to study law and do well, but I chose not to because of a misconception I had - I believed lawyers were arguers. I mean, I believed everything about law was argument, and as a person, I dislike arguments.   Of course I was wrong and ill-informed, but that didn't stop me from putting in for English. Later, I realized my folly but I had already found joy in English Language as a writer. Years down the lane, I must agree that I have found myself restricted as I sometimes I wonder what my life will be if I had studied Law.

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long queue at filling stations, bad news!
BAD NEWS SELLS THE MOST
There is this popular aphorism in journalism, "Bad news sells the most". It's never been truer. On social media, newspapers, everywhere, bad news travel faster, has most impact and has the tendency to draw larger crowds. It's like people are eager to read the misfortune of others. Yesterday, a news went rife of the hike in the price of petrol. The country literally went bananas for justifiable reasons - a failed government, intensified hardship, fear of tomorrow etc. Hours later, more news followed, "no increase, the number one citizen was not aware"."

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