Monthly Archives: September 2014
I was featured on African Management Initiative, Nairobi Kenya’s blog. AMI is an NGO focused on providing entrepreneurial and management education for Africa by Africans. Enjoy!
Tell us about yourself and what you do.
I am ‘Yomi Olufiade, a male of Nigerian extraction. I turn 39 on September 26 (a few days away from here). I am married to my lovely wife, ‘Funmilola and our union is blessed with three kids – a boy, ‘Fifunmi and two girls, ‘Fikemi and ‘Fikunmi. My first degree is in Electronic/Electrical Engineering from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria but today I work in the field of personal development consulting as a coach, speaker and trainer. And I’m also a pastor and Bible teacher.
Why did you choose to undertake AMI’s course? What do you like about it? What do you find difficult?
I got to know about AMI on Facebook. I saw the advert for the Managing Customers and Markets Course. First off, I must confess that I’m a personal development junkie. Learning and reading is the greatest addiction of…
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