Seyi Awolowo: A Leaders Race To Winning Big Brother Naija 2019 “Pepperdem”

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Seyi Awolowo is more than the next winner of Big Brother Naija 2019. He’s a model of leadership who demonstrates traits and characteristics that are essential for present day leaders and professionals.

Before and after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln confronted a variety of trials and obstacles, but remained committed to his vision to create a free nation. Just like Lincoln, Seyi Awolowo embodies many admirable qualities, two are especially relevant:

Seyi Awolowo is a master listener.

Like most leaders, Seyi dealt with conflicting views and personalities in the big brother house, yet he’s known as a man who listened. People were free to oppose his point of view without fear of retaliation. Of course, listening wasn’t always an indication of Seyi’s agreement. He would simply listen to competing ideas, process what he’d heard, and then respectfully make his final decision.

Seyi Awolowo is a master communicator.

Seyi is a communicator who artfully wove his vision for a new Nigeria for the youths with the priorities of his team. This is no small feat, as one housemate wrestle with daily. Often, it’s difficult to make decisions especially now that he has the veto power to save himself. Seyi is a speaker of the people. In other words, he simplified his vision and presented it in a way that conveyed his understanding of the people.

Having a vision is one thing, but believing that it is possible and will happen is what separates a successful leader and others.

That leader is Seyi Awolowo.

Please show your support and love to this born leader with incredible leadership skills and brilliance in the Big Brother House this year.

By: Cardozo

Monday Motivation

When we invite God into our world, he enters. He brings several gifts: joy, patience, resilience. Anxieties arise, yet they do not remain. Fears arise and then disappear. The lamentations land on the windshield, but then the cleaner of prayer appears. The devil still throws stones of guilt at me, but I surrender them to Christ. The fights certainly arise … but also GOD arises! Prayer is not a privilege only for the religious, nor an Art for the chosen few. It is simply a sincere dialogue between God and his children. My friend, he wants to talk to you. Right now! As you read these words, he knocks on the door. Open the. Please welcome him. Let the dialogue begin!

– Kari Jobe