VOICE OF CADE SEMINAR
THEME: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND IT:THE PRESENT AND FUTURE
VENUE: LARGE LECTURE THEATRE, FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
DATE: FEBRUARY 21, 2014
PRO WORLD LOVE OUTREACH
THEME: SHARE THE LOVE
VENUE: OYIZA ORPHANAGE , OKE ADO ,IBADAN.
DATE: FEBUARY 14, 2014
THE APOLLOS MUSIC CHALLENGE
THEME: DARE TO TAKE THE THRONE
VENUE: UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
DATE: AUGUST 1 – SEPTEMBER 7, 2014.
WORLD ENTREPRENEURS DAY 2015
THEME: THE MEN WHO WILL BUILD NIGERIA
DATE: AUGUST 21, 2015
VENUE: STUDENT UNION EVENT HALL , UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
THE GLOBAL ENTREPRENEUR
VENUE: PARKWAY HOTEL, ADEMILUYI CLOSE , BODIJA IBADAN.
DATE: NOVEMBER 6, 2015
WORLD ENTREPRENEURS DAY 2016
THEME: THE DREAMER
VENUE: FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES LECTURE HALL,
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, AKOKA LAGOS.
DATE: AUGUST 19, 2016
“How do you follow your dream, when the whole world discourages you? For instance, Dr. Beneth Omalu, who exposed issues of fatal mental breakdown in association with retired major league football players in the USA.”
“How do you get people to believe in your dream? Case study, Barack Obama, first black president of the USA who did the seemingly impossible by convincing the free world that a black man could lead them to a better place”
” How can one make his/her dream outlive her? Life case- Ken Sarowiwa who spearheaded the fight over the deploration of the Niger Delta as a result of oil exploitation by American oil companies but ended up executed, today his fight still live on, also Martin Luther King who fought for racial equality between blacks and whites, but got assassinated, today his dream lives on and his fight has yielded much”
” it is said that your dream is your life, let go of it or stay put! Another life scenario- Nelson Mandela, who fought tirelessly for the emancipation of South Africa and was jailed for 27 years, still he remained steadfast to his dream and eventually led his people to freedom after over 30 years of waiting”
” How can your dream defy all odds? For instance, Prof. Wole Soyinka was the first African to be awarded a Nobel Laurent prize in literature and went on to be appointed Professor and lectured in 6 different American Universities, notably Oxford , Yale and Harvard.