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Soji Omole
Soji Omole

Nigeria

please check me out at www.kingsscribe.blogspot.com


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Created: 15th Mar 2010
Modified: 21st Mar 2011
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Professional Information
Professional Areas:
Business
Employer:
Intergraphics Nigeria Company
Position:
CEO
Working primarily in:
Nigeria

Description of Work:
Graphics, printing & Publishing
Biographical Information
Soji Omole
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: Sep/13/1963
Gender: male
Website: http://www.kin...
Place of Origin: Nigeria
The King's Scribe Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria A retired senior civil servant and a marketer. Soji is into business, voluntary health/social works. The CEO of Integrated Visions Project(IVP).An NGO on child rights & human development. In collaboration with an was a UNICEF Independent Monitor in Vitamin A Supplementation Activities, in Jigawa and Taraba States in year 2008, Nasarawa and Adamawa States in Nigeria in year 2009. He has also been to Potiskum,in Yobe State on June this year 2010, on similar but now broader MNCH week as an Independent Monitor. His vision in life to impact and empower men for a bright future. Using the knowledge of God's unfailing principles as a tool to encourage and challenge men to change towards better and positive living. To Soji, his slogan is 'THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT IF YOU LIVE RIGHT' He is the president of Itamaga Mega Chapter of Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International in Ikorodu-Lagos; the world's largest christian laymen organisation. He can be found at http://www.twitter.com/kingsscribe http://www.childcarestrategy.com http:www.//avenuestowealth.com/strongerson. http://www.kingsscribe.blogspot.com

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