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Ambassador Ayo George  Ambassador for Peace. CEO, In-House Entertainment LTD Project Director; Ile-Ife Fiesta President, Youth Summit Africa Content Developer


Rulers when I was in primary school. Still rulers now that I am 40years old. When tha fuck is it gonna be my turn? #Election2019. #ourmumudondo

@Regrann from @theyouthsummitafrica - More details coming. #TheRoadToTheYouthSummitAfrica #TheYouthSummitAfrica
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I have decided to channel my energy to many other great things including the publishing of my book "The Audacity to RUN" which is already available for pre order on www.dayoisrael.com; as well as series of other projects and countless speaking engagements and media appearance globally scheduled. Especially as we begin preparation for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018 in London. I have been responsible for Africa's Engagement at the annual Commonwealth event in London every march, for which have enjoyed the participation of General Gowon, Chief Obasanjo, Speaker Baleka Mbethe of South Africa and more recently the Ooni of Ife, whom I had another privilege of presenting to Prince Andrew the Duke of York in March. The joy of our generation's engagement in politics is that we have a career to go back to. This is what our politics must become. - #regrann

@Regrann from @theyouthsummitafrica - @tejubabyfacetv is coming to Ibadan. He is coming with his award winning book "Secrets of the Streets"....get ready. #TheRoadToTheYouthSummitAfrica #TheYouthSummitAfrica - #regrann

I have discovered that in life, if you push very hard, it is most likely you get what you want out of life. Pushing!!

I see myself in my boys. They look so much like me, especially my baby here. I am pushed daily to forge a good life for them, to ensure I leave a legacy that would outlive my generation. I won't stop until I fulfil destiny. Cheers to a great future. #fathersday

It saddens my heart to find this very true in Nigeria. We have majorly become rudderless and lost. We young people have become sons and daughters of a prodigal father, if not orphans majorly. Yet, the older generation blame us for not being serious to take up leadership. Like really? Mundane issues now take the media space daily. A country in recession just got her budget signed just yesterday. Crime has become the order of the day. The hunger in the land of milk and honey is unquantifiable. The secession threat has become an issue as every region is now giving silly quit notices in the face of a soon to happen bulkanization. How did we get here? Why are the Youth so perpetually impoverished? A deliberate "keep them under" approach of the older generation has gotten us here. They only need young people when they need to kill, lynch, or assassinate their political opponents. For how long are we going to continue to be instruments in the hands of these greedy generation? If 50million young Nigerians can be empowered from the 200million we are told exist in Nigeria, this country would be better and we can build on it. Enough of voting people of the analogue age. Grass importing ministers and pencil celebrating ministers. Other nations are landing on the moon, Nigeria still discusses why her President can't be treated in a clinic to which N3.2Billion was allocated. What a country. At the end, we are taking back our country.

Genius meets Government.

Repping #InHouseEntertainment and @themauve21 always.

Always repping.... #TheYouthSummitAfrica

The only competition I have is the person in the mirror.

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