Born to Engr. (Chief) A. A. Akinbo, a retired civil servant of the Ministry of Works and Housing/Highways, an indigine of Abeokuta(Ilawo = Egba Oke-Ona) and Late Dr. Mary Modupe Akinbo nee Obanla, an indigine of Ipokia , daughter of Late Chief Obanla, erudite political leader of the Yewa and a PDP stalwart. I started my activism from the age of Ten at the Comprehensive High School, Ayetoro - Ogun State. My Grandmother, Madam Jadesola Alake Obanla nee Owolabi (maternal) who hails from Iboro = Ogun State is my living mentor. I strongly hold an allegiance to Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Chief M.K.O Abiola, Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Ghandi and J.F. Kennedy.
An activist and Administrator.A sport lover, Collector of information ranging from the metaphysics to the Science, religion to tradition, information technology to healths and the democracy,speaking to counsel and educate.I enjoy reading and traveling, meeting people and exchange of ideas and cross-pollination of information. I love creating logos, designs and participating in time consuming taskable events...breaking odd barriers.
I also love round tables that task the mind on way forward. Apart from all this, i enjoy been seen amongst writers criticizing and embellishing any form or Art work. I love teaching.
To work at the United Nations.
I'm proud of:
my God, my Late Mother and Father. My Country and the World at large.
Joao Arnaldo Vembane
Thanks for enviting me to your friend. Share with me how are you doing that end?
Nov 7, 2010
Rituu B. Nanda
Feb 14, 2011
Rituu B. Nanda
A very happy birthday Akinbo!
Jun 15, 2012