- A Nigerian man, Dapo Bankole, has been recognised by a charity organisation in Canada as they appointed him a director
- Windmill Microlending said that the future is great with the IT expertise and communication skill the Nigerian will be bringing to the table
- Bankole's father was very much excited about the development as he sang the praise of his son on Facebook
A Nigerian man, Dapo Bankole, has joined the league of Nigerians making the nation very proud abroad as he was chosen as a member of the board of directors of Windmill Microlending, Canada.
Announcing his appointment, the organisation said having the Nigerian on board is a “historic moment”.
The registered charity which has been serving newcomers since 2005 added that it looks forward to a greater result-oriented future with Bankole at the helms of affairs.
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It disclosed that Bankole would be bringing his IT expertise, entrepreneurial spirit, and communication skills among other qualities to improve the entity.
A look at his biography shows that the man has built many small businesses in countries like Nigeria, UAE, US, UK, Canada and the Netherlands.
He bagged a master’s degree in leadership from the Royal Roads University, Victoria. He was a client of the organisation in 2013.
Legit.ng compiled a few of the reactions the man's appointment gathered on Facebook below:
Olawale Bankole, his dad, said:
"How wonderful man can be, with his mental magnitude! Dapo's appointment in to the Board of Windmill organisation is a brain teaser. I'm proud to congratulate him and pray for his sustainable development and success. Keep up, OMO EPO TORO BOJU OMI JE. OMO ABINUWODO TI O MU NI DOJUGUN. Congratulations."
Lorah MJ said:
Dele Adeeko said:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman, Adeola Olubamiji, looked back at her life and appreciated how she achieved everything she thought she could not get at 35.
At 35, the woman is a tech company director, owns three houses, is one of the 100 sought-after women in Canada among other achievements.
The successful woman said that she needs four big cakes and vacations to celebrate her birthday.