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Ipadeola Abiodun Oriyomi

1 Sep
The love for the poor and the vulnerable in society is so paramount in the heart of Ipadeola Abiodun Oriyomi, who is fondly called Swag Omoluabi, and he has been showing both by word and action. Swag Omoluabi finds it with ease to show his philanthropic spirit to the people around him irrespective of their…
30 Jul
Ghetto Badia in Lagos may be a shanty, but the slum is full of hardworking parents who are working very hard to bring foods on the tables for their families. This is where Ipadeola Abiodun Oriyomi, the CEO of Swag Omoluabi blog, who also owns Omoluabi Logistics and Omoluabi Furnitures, grew up and today he…
28 Jul
Seasoned entrepreneur and brand influencer, Ipadeola Abiodun Oriyomi, popularly known as Swag Omoluabi, has hinged the reason for his philanthropic works on the need to assist humanity, given the disparity in status among humans. A virtue he embraced even before fortune smiled on him, Swag Omoluabi said it is a good thing to lend support…
27 May
Ipadeola Abiodun Oriyomi, CEO of Swag Omoluabi, a wave-making social-cultural blog has clearly stated that he frowns at the idea of youths fleeing the country because of tough times. “Nigeria will be fine one day. If we all leave the country, then who will turn it around?” he asked rhetorically. Adding “The countries we are…

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