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By: Yinka Okeowo

We’ve been having an amazing month! Why? Well, the MTN Pulse Campus Invasion has been making stops at universities around the country and it has been so much fun!!

The last stop was in Abeokuta – the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) and the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Nkechi ‘Ink’ Eze of Aso Ebi Bella speaking during the MTN Pulse Series of the MTN Pulse Campus Invasion held in Abeokuta recently

One of the biggest moments of the Pulse Invasion was the MTN Pulse Talk Series which had professional photographer, Busola Dakolo as well as Nkechi ‘Ink’ Eze, owner of Aso-Ebi Bella, an online fashion platform  and Opeyemi Awoyemi, tech-entrepreneur and co-founder of Jobberman, a Nigerian job search portal.

We’ll give you the scoop…

Awoyemi gave us some solid advice and shared that we need to invest time and money in ourselves, rest assured that the investment will pay off in the future.

‘Ink’ Eze showed us she was a dancing queen and pressed that we should never be ashamed of our passion. And of course, ‘put it online’, she said… We heard her loud and clear!

Professional photographer, Busola Dakolo, speaking during the MTN Pulse Series of the MTN Pulse Campus Invasion held in Abeokuta recently

Busola transformed the session into a photography tutorial when she announced a photography competition. Then she made us all fall in love with her when she taught us how to take the perfect selfie with our phones.

Students listening during the MTN Pulse Talk Series at the Moshhood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta.

The hall listened with rapt attention throughout…

L-R: Entrepreneur, Busola Dakolo; Analyst, Go-To-Market, Youth Segment, MTN Nigeria, Precious Minimah and Owner Aso Ebi Bella, Nkechi Eze at the Pulse Talk Series of the MTN Pulse Campus invasion in Abeokuta recently

It was a sight to see the students so enamoured with the motivational sessions!

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