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Feb Idahosa  Husband, father, teacher with a goal to change his nation one person at a time. Forgive me for not following back. I’ve reached the max IG allows.

Guess who is speaking at @theplatformnigeria in two weeks...it isn’t me in case you can’t see the earrings 😁. See clues below.
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RepostBy @theplatformnigeria: "Guess her name!

She is a Lawyer based in New York City and the Founder and Director of an NGO, which seeks to eradicate sex trafficking, and the exploitation of women and girls in Nigeria.
She is a leading expert on the subject of modern day slavery in sub-Saharan Africa and a published writer and speaker whose voice amplifies the voice of thousands of young women and girls via campaigns which have assisted hundreds of survivors of sex trafficking and rape in Nigeria.
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She is the daughter of a very popular religious figure in Nigeria."

#WisdomLessonsForLife
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Our march toward the launch of our #WealthCreation platform continues. A large part of the inspiration to create wealth will come as you improve your life. Here are a few of the ways.
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1. Read more. What you read enters your subconscious and little bits of it begin to flow out of you and manifest in your life. Read things that will #upgrade your mind and your thinking.
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2. When you focus on helping another person, you become a conduit which good things and #GodThings can flow through. As they flow through, you will get better in the process.
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3. Spend less doesn’t mean your treat yourself or your family badly, neither does it mean skipping on the essentials. It just means you focus on the most important, and that means spending less on frivolous things.
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4. Exercise 3 to 5 times weekly. It will help you live longer. Plus when you exercise, you can take advantage of the blood flow to your brain and harvest good ideas, new thoughts, and so much more. I always leave my exercise sessions refreshed both physically and mentally. I have gotten some of my best ideas while exercising and listening to podcasts or audiobooks.
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5. Make connections. Meet new people, connect with those who are going in the same direction. Find someone whose everyday life is equal to your lifetime dream. Learn from them.
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6. Set goals. Where do you want to be in 6 months? 1 year? What do you want to do with your life? Set a goal. Surpass it.
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I hope you've been helped by the above. Do let me know.
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Infographic reposted from @businessmentorship: "Take notes. You can change your life😉

#improvement #improve #life #readmore #exercise #makeconnections #spendless #setgoals #beinspired #changeyourlife"

Our new single coming out soon...#anticipate!
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Always good to run into good friends, @timgodfreyworld (l) and @eben_rocks
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Maybe I'll just smile in the background while they sing 😁).

Keep faking it and you’ll forget how to be real one day.
--This "lesson" sponsored by @thiskenyan.
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#WisdomLessonsForLife

#WisdomLessonsForLife series continues today.
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@thiskenyan made an excellent point about clothes which inspired this post. “Clothes are important,” he said, “but young people must understand that fake it till you make it is a wrong doctrine to live by. If you spend years being fake, you won’t remember how to be real. Real is about making the right choices, clothes included.”
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#RightChoices #FakeItTillYouMakeIt #clothes #Fashion #trends

Pastoral duties.
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Congratulations to the happy couple, Tupe and Chioma.
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#WeddingSaturday #Weddings

#WisdomLessonsForLife
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Here are the lessons in the Above:
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1. Instead of jumping in on every trend, become a trend watcher and one who understands. You’ll learn what people are going to spend money on and can then invest in the companies that provide the service or product...or sell the product. Your friends who are always buying will keep you in business.
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2. Clothes ARE nice, but they are not so important that you spend all your disposable income on them. Dress nice when the occasion calls for it, and invest into your mind and life. The nice clothes and sneakers can come later when you have a steady income and have extra disposable income. No need to pretend now.

You thought your “ups and downs”...your hills and valleys, were a problem...watch this and think again.
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Thanks to @kunleremiofficial for this video: "Fantastic Monday to you... Go get it!!
Whatever it's, no matter what it is.... However it may seem... It's all a phase.
Keep your eyes on the prize.
Keep your focus on the light at the end of the tunnel.. I promise you it will be worth it. 🙏
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Everything we see is created from the things we do not see.
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If you want to change your results, change the thinking which led to your actions. I’ve just discovered some of the secrets to wealth creation from those who are there, I’m practicing them, and I want to share them with you.
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Keep your eyes here, come back in a week.
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RepostBy @alphahomeflipping: "🗝 Wealth Principle 💰💰💰



#wealth #wealthprinciples #thinkandgrowrich #successprinciples #successmindset #facts

You can use your imagination where the red marks are...I'm a bishop so I can't have that on my page, but he's absolutely right. You can't be lazy. You'll need to actively seek the opportunities around you.
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In a few weeks, I'll launch an initiative which will help you do exactly that. There is wealth around you, and I'll help you find it.
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Turn on your notifications and watch this space.

What an absolute honor. I have watched our Vice President, @profosinbajo, from afar for several years now and admired his calm stoic manners plus eloquent speeches. But this last weekend, my respect for him quadrupled.
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I’m not a political animal, so you know this has nothing to do with that, but it has everything to do with the honor he accorded the #IdahosaLegacy. He was in Benin to identify with Archbishop @margaretidahosa and the family of CGMI for our 50:50:20:20 celebrations.
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While with us for 80% of the event, he used 40 minutes to speak on “The Church, Politics, and Nation Building,” and for those few minutes we were all awestruck with he Wisdom of God that emanated from him. It was more of a sermon than a treatise, a homily on the proper roles that Christians are to play in this great nation of ours.
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His basic premise was this:
Practice the principles of Christ, and you will get the results whether you are a follower of Christ or not. Many Nations have done it and they stand out in the world today. It’s our turn.
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1. Follow the principles of righteousness and let integrity be the dominant principle by which we live.
2. Value trustworthiness, your life must be filled with with truth and honesty.
3. We must preach integrity and stand against corruption from the pulpit.
4. If Nigeria is to change, the church must allow her light shine.
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RepostBy @profosinbajo: "Earlier today, I was in Benin, Edo State to deliver a lecture titled "The Church, Politics and Nation building." It was part of the 75th birthday celebration of Archbishop Margaret Idahosa and Golden Jubilee of the Church of God Mission International”

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