Ramadhan Give away!!!

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Salam Alaikum,
How are you holding up, good thing Allah has favoured us with this cool weather unlike the previous years, as we go on may he Make it easy for us and accept it as an Act of Ibadah.

This Ramadhan, M’ADE will be given away a lot of things but first stop to the motherless/Orphanage home in few days, so if you have any thing to give, you can contact me via twitter @Made_crations and i can pick it up.

Also, the #PROJECTI’MMADE starts tomorrow, with registrations of candidate and interaction of candidates with trainers, we hope to have our opening ceremony on the 10th of August, 2012. May Almighty Allah make it a reality.

Finally, our dear readers and twitter followers would be appreciated with several gifts 😀 but to win gifts, there would be questions and answers about this blog, Islam, Made as a coy and much more.

To enter, follow @MADE_creations on twitter and mention for a follow back with #M’ADE, also for every question to be answered, respond in reply box and immediately mention on twitter for timing records, the first person with the most correct answer gets the days gifts ranging from;

holy Quran

holy Quran

pray rugs

prayer rugs

rosary/pray beads

rosary/prayer beads

jalabiya

jalabiya

hijab

hijab

abaya for male winner

abaya for male winner

prayer books

prayer books

cap for male

cap for male

ultimate price-dinner date

ultimate price-dinner date

Let’s get it STARted!

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lets VOTE for a trusted FUTURE

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The initiator of The Slum to School Project, Otto Orondaam has been nominated for the Future Awards. Together with several young volunteers he has been able to provide complete educational support and scholarships to over 100 disadvantaged children in slums to several schools.

Let’s Support the movement by Voting: OTTO ORONDAAM/The Slum to School Project for the Innovation on Education category in The Future Awards 2012.

click: http://www.thefuturenigeria.com/vote/education/

Otto is a great friend and motivator, he’s a mentor, initiator and educator. A friend of all, boss of none and Father to many Makoko children.

He’s the initator of the great poem in the mouth of many young children;

Education! Education! Education!
Education, is my friend!
Education!
Education is my friend!
Education!

Pls follow this Process to vote:
1. Go to TFANigeria

2. Select the *OTTO Orondaam* Option

3. Enter your email address and submit;)

4. Go to your email and confirm your vote 😀

Also
To vote via SMS, text TFA, OTTO ORONDAAM, Innovation on Education to 33120 on all networks and for Ghana, 1523 from Expesso & MTN and 1910 on Airtel.

NB// Otto Orondaam is 24years & Not 26years

Let’s support Otto Orondaam & The Slum to School Project Today! Let’s Create More impact:)

Click—–> http://www.thefuturenigeria.com/vote/education/

Gracias!

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Every graduate is entitled to one job or the other, but are we all getting the right jobs we desrve and desire??? Please read this and know why!

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I have just finished a one week intensive leadership and employability programme organized by LEAP (Leadership, Effectiveness, Accountability and Professionalism) Africa, and one of the salient issues discussed therein is the disturbing issue of unemployment as it affects the Nigerian graduate.

In Nigeria, the analysis of labour statistics indicates that the unemployment rate for university graduates may be around 25% and that their prospects for being employed have worsened over time. According to the 2006 provisional census figure, Nigeria has a youth population of over 80 million, or 60% of her total population. Of this population, more than 80% are unemployed while about 10% are underemployed. Data provided by the National Manpower Board and Federal Bureau of Statistics indicated that only about 10% of the graduates released into the labour market annually by Nigerian universities and other tertiary institutions are able to get paid employments.

This situation is disturbing and…

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