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Mr. Folusho Obe is an investment, business development and strategy consultant involved with enterprise business development initiatives for SMEs in Sub Sahara Africa and other emerging markets. Mr Obe has over 20 years of experience across the pharmaceutical, consumer products, healthcare and medical devices industries in various areas such as product development, project management, business development, quality and compliance, manufacturing process improvement, strategy and technology transfer. He has worked and consulted with several large and midsize life sciences & Consumer products companies such Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Purdue Pharma, Catalent Pharma Solutions, Becton Dickinson, Taro Pharmaceuticals, Bayer Healthcare, Lakeside Pharmaceuticals, Merck & Company, Novartis Corporation, Hospira Pharmaceuticals(Now Part of Pfier Pharmaceuticals), Johnson Products Nigeria, Ltd. Company and Biomerieux Inc as a Praxis Life Sciences Senior Project Manager and Consultant. Mr. Obe has a BA in Biological Sciences & Chemistry from Rutgers University, NJ USA, an MBA in Management & Finance from Long Island University, NY, USA and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from New York University, NY, USA. He is also attended the University of St. Thomas Executive Education - Opus College of Business Certified Professional Project Manager (CPPM) Program and is a Cretified Professional Project Manager. Mr Obe is also currently a Doctoral candidate in Public Health & Health Care Administration at Capella University in Minneapolis Minnesota. Mr. Obe is a managing partner with Phameds International, a consulting and advisory firm and a Business Director with Phamedics Consulting, a project consulting firm focused on Quality Assurance & Regulatory Compliance solutions for government regulated industries. Mr. Obe is a member of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientist, the American Management Association and the Project Management Institute. Mr. Obe is a regular panelist and private sector commentator on African Health Dialogues, a African Views Radio Program on Blog Talk Radio. He is most interested in creating and building enterprise development programs for sustainable business/economic development in emerging markets, especially Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
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I'm Peter Oladimeji and I have a knack for solving problems. One of my driving force is to leave the place we call home a better place than we met it. My vision is a world where everyone has the privilege to do what inspires them. I'm from Nigeria, and growing up in Nigeria, I've seen firsthand a progressive deterioration of infrastructures over the years, and things are not getting better. Moral has continued lower, energy continues to drain, and a lot of people are no longer inspired. Essentially the dream to live a happy fulfilling life is vanishing. People just get by to make it to the next day. This saddens me! We look up to the elected officials for help, but time and time again we have been let down. One thing Nigerians have is resiliency, the hope that tomorrow will be better. That's all we've ever done, hope. No one has endeavored to take any transformative action. I truly believe it is time to take matter into our own hands. I always say, if the electric power problem in Nigeria could be resolved, 50% of our problems will be solved because business will thrive, several other business will start-up. I cannot recount all of the times I’ve had discussion with aspiring Nigerian entrepreneurs in abroad and in Nigeria, and the one thing that has always been a common theme, the drawback to starting a business in Nigeria is unreliable power. How can a business thrive when all of the money (capital and profit included) in the business goes towards being able to keep the light on. That is not a sustainable model. For this reason is why I’ve joined the AfricaPace network to connect will like-minded people, who have the same vision as me. This is a transformation. This is a movement. I think to myself, what do I want to be remember for 100 years? Would I be remembered to have fought for a cause I truly believed, or would I just be another person that was born, lived and died without making an impact on my world? I pose the same question to you my friends. What do you want to be remembered for 100 years from now when you are long gone? What would people have to say about you? Someone who fought for a cause or just another blimp in this galaxy? There’s too much to do to sit idle, so I urge everyone one of us, let us get to work.
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Hello . I'm Captain Kristen Sander i'm currently working with the UN peace keeping troop in Syria and Afghanistan.I love to be dating with friends online for more discussion and relation, i will like you to write me Via Email because i have a good news for you ( captainkristenranger@gmail.com ) Hoping to Hear from you,
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I am a very sensitive person, and I hope that your intention is not to play games with me! I am a very romantic person! I like to walk in the moonlight, and dream of happiness! Morning walk on the beach of the river, when the silence … people can hear the cry of seagulls in the distance and a beautiful melody of waves … Waves so attracted to her, looking at them, you will forget about all your worries … When you breathe in the air of purity and innocence.
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