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Happy 2016 CEOs ...and aspiring CEOs in Nigeria

This is the year boss! *Fireworks)

Happy 2016! 
The year for the spectacular! 
I pray that your goals will be exceeded and may you see yourself by Dec 2016 and not be able to reconcile your status with who you are today. 
This year we need to walk supernaturally and with die-hard focus. 2016 is not a year to follow every friend and heed every advice. It is a year of smart work and easy life.
All these I pray for you. Amen.

Happy New year CEOs and aspiring CEOs!

Let's make Nigeria better!


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