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Golden Minds Shout Out @ 5!

It’s been 5 years of little gains, 5 years of small achievements, 5 years of rising hopes. After 5 years of existence we celebrate the euphoria by asking the people that matter the most-the members-what it has been like since they joined the train.
And this is what they had to say;

The greatest tragedy in life is not death but a life without a purpose. GMinds not only gave me a purpose to live for, but also ignited my passion for change and brought out the leader in me. I’m proud to be a GMind.
– Ezekiel O. from Lagos

I’ve always believed that Nigeria is a reflection of Nigerians – the land a reflection of the minds. GMinds has given me the awareness to use my mind as the best asset. Watch out for me!
Senator I. from Lagos

The result I have or that I will produce in life is or will be the reflection of the quality of thoughts that I conceive, encourage or project. With GMinds I have the prerequisite for greatness.
Harrison E. from Auchi

GMinds has helped me to appreciate my fatherland. Not to complain but find a way to make the best out of the situation, how to make my country a better place to live by changing the minds of the people around me about Nigeria and to be bold to announce it that I am a Nigerian. All thanks to GMinds. Happy 5 years Anniversary.
Funmi E. from Benin

For me, I don’t think there is a better platform to achieve a better Nigeria through the youths than that which GMinds can provide. This is my spirit after 3 years in GMinds. Hail GMinds@!
Amakiri D. PHC

Congrats on the 5th year anniversary of GMinds. The vision will not die in our generation. The dream will outlive us. Thanks for touching my life in a positive way.
Ehis from Benin

As member of GMinds I now realize that the basic difference between us and the youths out there is the faith to implement what we seem to all know is right, believing that it can make a difference for the right change. No matter how minute in effect, DO IT. The future rests on it.
Ebi J. from Benin.

GMinds has made me to be conscious of the fact that I have a responsibility to make Nigeria better and the hope and joy that I’ll realize this dream someday, if not for myself, for generations unborn. I LOVE GMINDS.
Victoria E. from Benin

GMinds- it’s more than a name, people, a vision or a lifestyle. It’s a ‘WAY OUT’ for Nigeria rooted in God. In the last 5 years my passion for Nigeria has shot through the roof because of GOMIC.
Fred O. from Abuja

When I came into GMinds I had nothing but my own convictions. In 3 years a new person has been born. To us nation building, patriotism, leadership and self-empowerment are no catch phrases. These ideals and objectives are what Nigerians need. Not errant purposes but an indefatiguable will to thread difficulties. With this resolve the road leading into the future will be easier than the road from 5 years to the present. Then with lightened hearts we can truly say GMinds CONGRATS.
Eteowo E. from Uyo

The can-do spirit I now have… the wisdom to see the cup as half full when it is also half empty… the sense of responsibility I now have to my conscience, my nation and my fellowmen… these are just but a pixel and the big picture that being a golden mind has helped me see. Hope the world sees this picture… keep hope alive.
Williams E. from Benin



Posted by Senator Ihenyen on August 12, 2009 at 8:44 pm

All the messages are the best, but Funmi’s message seems better than the best (no apologies to the English grammar)! Funmi from Benin is my winner

Posted by eteowo samuel on August 18, 2009 at 11:56 am

her sublime words are hard to ignore,victoria from benin to me is the best.

Posted by victoria E on August 21, 2009 at 1:11 pm

Ezekiel from lagos has my vote.i love his opinion.

Posted by ken Ejiofor on August 27, 2009 at 7:48 pm

victoria has my vote. keep it up, and work it out

Posted by Amakiri on August 29, 2009 at 3:22 pm

Reading tru d gr8t comments by members I felt elated but was particularly struck by d simplicity but wholesomeness of Funmi’s msg. I think she’s my best.

 Posted by frederick odogwu on September 5, 2009 at 6:36 pm

The comments from everyone stires my confidence of the fact that we are closer to our dream ACTUALISATION,than we were,before we ever dreamed. It was honestly a tough one for me to decide between funmi and Victoria both from benin,cos they say almost same thing that won my mind. But i give it up for Funmi cos i hav jst one vote. Funmi


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