7 success stories, that was our target for this week. It’s Tuesday and this is our 7th success story.
Now we are believing God for success story 8,9 & 10 this week. Why stop at 7 when the limit is no longer the sky but above and beyond, our destination.
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Good morning Keji.
I have secured my 3rd role and will be starting next week. Thanks for the platform. I am still very much on the platform. Still a product owner and giving back too.
For those who doubt the brand and having DBT on their CV, I’ve always had DBT on my CV and I’ve worked with a Bank, gotten a job with HMRC and now a multinational company.
Please make me anonymous on social media as checks are in progress.
Big thanks to my sister – Grace Odeinde, my mentor – Rotimi Akinmboni, Bolanle Antwi, Mallay, Omawumi Bello, Nkeiruka, Victor, George, Abi, Oluwabunmi Decomo, Jerry Ogunbiyi, Francis, Harry Boje, Toyin Ajayi, Funmi Ayorinde, Olabisi & Lekan Daodu, Gbenga Afolayan, Brenda Nakato, Babatunde Makanjuola, Abiodun GBADAMOSI, Bolanle Akinbolu, Banji Afolabi, Septina, Lolade Talabi, Mojisola Ezekiel-Hart, Chidi Nwabueze, Kehinde Etti, Clarris Ndongwe, Juliet Asemota, Abdul-Rasheed Akinbami, Felix M Arthur, Kenneth, Tariq Igho, Michelle, Tazi, Debra John, Femi Adedoyin, Adewale Ajayi, Mandona, Doye, Shola Oshiyemi, Azeez Oloyede, Hammed Sule, Ken Kuti, Doyin Magnum, Njagga, my special sis Caroline Nnadi, Narrisa Nelson, Modupe Yusuf, Karo, Marisa, Nike, Oluranti Oyedeji, Nafisat Oshodi, Comfort Ayedun, Sandra Malanda, Olivia, Temilola Bada, Yemisi Olukoya, and the list never ends. These are people I have worked with, people who have supported me, people I can confidently depend on.
Special thanks to a special person I call mummy. Oyinua. Soft spoken but with a wealth of knowledge, over-worked but never overwhelmed. And to my big sisters Ola, Adore and Caroline Aluko, the 3 of you are awesome. DBT is a big family. Keji you are still the DADDY. THANKS.
Good morning to you Keji,
Just to let you know that I have been offered a Portfolio Analyst role in my current place of employment.
I joined DBT in October 2015.
I got my 1st success story with my current company in October 2016 as a PMO Analyst and by Nov 2017, new management decided to review my cv and offered me the aforementioned role based on what I had done. within the DBT Programme Office (under the leadership of our most able Marufa Alao and co-deputy programme lead, Remy Ibe)
I want to say a special thank you to Nda Sokomba and Funmi who believed in me from day one when I had no belief in myself. Nda kept pushing me when I felt I was not good enough.
Special thanks to Adore Shuko (my DBT mummy) who made sure she shook me out of my comfort zone, leaving no stone unturned (even when I tried to hide). She challenged me to take a step of faith.
Thank you, Caroline Aluko for your encouragement. and support always.
Thank you to the wonderful Programme Office team who became more like family.
Keji, thank you for bringing hope to a this generation and the next.
You have taught us not to settle for less.
We hope to do you proud!
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