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Ololade Ajekigbe
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My name is Ololade Ajekigbe, a writer and brand consultant.

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  1. Well done Lolade for acting in your desire and not just thinking or dwelling on it. I look forward to reading all that you have to offer. I know that you will hone your talent as you continue. Congratulations.

  2. Congratulations Lolade, I am excited about your new journey and looking forward to your posts. Pretty certain I would enjoy it.

  3. Alloly, this is very good. You are an inspiration to us and sure te younger generation. God bless your efforts.

  4. Your work I believe,will certainly create a new approach to understanding screening and screen matters today.I appreciate the way your analysis of the DiCaprio case.It is quite impressive,and I think highly of your forte.Please e-mail a copy of that article.It reads like a perfect reference material.

    • Thank you so much for reading, and for the compliments too. Will get back to you on the material.

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