Abiola Ogunsola
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Expose London's arms trade on 29th September at The Strand, London

September 29, 2012 from 2pm to 5pm
2 ½ hours on your bike. 9 arms companies. (Or 1 hour on foot and 3 arms companies!)The global arms trade is on our doorstep. Conflict, repression and destruction around the world are fuelled by the weapons made in the UK. One year before one of the world's largest arms fairs is due to take place in London, we want to expose the arms companies and show that wherever they operate there is opposition.So, in one afternoon we're going to…See More
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Sep 3, 2011
Abiola Ogunsola commented on Jan Oberg's blog post Libya - What Should Have Been Done? Part I
"Thank you for taking the time to provide us with this really useful, informed and clear analysis Jan.   When this war on Libya started, one of my colleagues told me his puzzled daughter asked him 'are they allowed to do that ... kill…"
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Okeleke Patrick left a comment for Abiola Ogunsola
"Hi Abiola, now we are friends how about responding to my application, lol, i hope the expression lol is allowed here. Anyway i love writing and hope we can share ideas on my write-ups. Cheers.  "
May 6, 2011
Muhammad Tahir Tabassum left a comment for Abiola Ogunsola
"Dear Abioda, Very Happy to meet and visit your rich profile in popular and useful peace network. We can be good friend and partner on common issues in near future. Please visit our organization website www.inspad.org. Peace."
May 4, 2011
Okeleke Patrick commented on Abiola Ogunsola's blog post External Advisor urgently needed
"Hi i am currently finishing my masters thesis from the University of Ibadan in Peace and conflict studies and would love to work as an external advisor. I currently work as a communications officer with POD of Diamond Limited in Lagos, Nigeria."
Apr 20, 2011
Jane N. Dominguez commented on Abiola Ogunsola's blog post External Advisor urgently needed
"Hi Ms Abiola,    I have experiences as advisor and lecturer for community development. Just in case, you need one. I am actually residing in the Philippines and currently working as Part Time Professor in the Police Academy. Thank…"
Apr 18, 2011
Abiola Ogunsola posted a blog post

External Advisor urgently needed

I am seeking an External Advisor to support the revalidation of the BA Education and Community Development offered by the Cass School of Education at the University of East London.People with academic or professional experience in this field are sought to undertake this role in return for a small fee. The current programme specification is at…See More
Apr 18, 2011
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Apr 17, 2011

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Senior Lecturer, Cass School of Education, University of East London and Programme Leader for the BA Education and Community Development
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External Advisor urgently needed

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I am seeking an External Advisor to support the revalidation of the BA Education and Community Development offered by the Cass School of Education at the University of East London.
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At 12:22pm on May 6, 2011, Okeleke Patrick said…

Hi Abiola, now we are friends how about responding to my application, lol, i hope the expression lol is allowed here. Anyway i love writing and hope we can share ideas on my write-ups. Cheers.

 

At 12:54pm on May 4, 2011, Muhammad Tahir Tabassum said…

Dear Abioda,

Very Happy to meet and visit your rich profile in popular and useful peace network.

We can be good friend and partner on common issues in near future. Please visit our organization website www.inspad.org.

Peace.
At 9:16am on March 27, 2011, Sohail Mahmood said…

hello abiola

how u doing?

nice meeting u here

At 10:10am on January 4, 2011, Agu Ignatius Anayo said…
Thank you Dr. I missed you always. Dr. i am trying to create a channel to educate poor Nigerians on how to aviod sites and places prone to bomb blast and also how to react to incident of bomb blast to aviod much casualties . As you have seen it becoming a daily occurance in Nigeria. Dr, do have idea of how i can go about this. It disturbs me day and night. Who knows who it will be next. Dr. i am registereing an NGO to tackle this, it is called ''Universal Human Development Initiative for Life Relief'' UNIDIL. I want to hear from you. Many thanks
At 11:45am on May 18, 2010, Bassey Archibong said…
Hello Abiola, Sorry this is coming one year after. You must have found the answer to your question since then. Any ways OVC is Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
I have not doubt you are still an active member of the network.
Cheers
Bassey
At 12:54pm on October 21, 2009, nature Obiakor said…
NICE TO MEET U. WE NEED OPPRTUNITIES FOR VOLUNTEERS EXCHANGE IN PEACEBUILDING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. HOW CAN WE WORK
At 1:01pm on July 29, 2009, Annieh Machi said…
I have sent a message to one profile saying UEL Staff.I hope i am right.
At 10:53am on July 29, 2009, Annieh Machi said…
Hey,if you are on facebook:search for me please and add me (Annieh Katuki)
At 10:50am on July 29, 2009, Annieh Machi said…
Thanks Abiola,Am so grateful also you are now in my team and also a friend.
I wish well and have fun as you holiday home.Greetings to all your people.
I am also excited about this site, it has brought a lot of life to me and my friends here in Kenya.
I pray that we continue to share and network and get our continent as well the world to the level it is supposed to be: a better place for all of us!
Lets share and also if there are conferences w can invite each other i pray we do so.We can also use email.
God bless you.

Annie Katuki,
akithumba@yahoo.com
At 9:51pm on April 7, 2009, Usman Imanah said…
Thank you very much Abiola. I have viewed the websites and I think they are laudable projects.We will appreciate such info from time to time as we do not have a research team. Thanks again.. its nice to know that there are people out there that are truly concerned about our work
 
 
 

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