Olamitoye Donates Hall To Oyo NUJ, Charges Journalists On Self Development 


Dr. Abib Olamitoye, the Chairman/Founder, Ibadan Central Hospital and Academy Suite Hotels has charged journalists on self development, saying that it is a major factor to success and fulfilment in life.


He stated this on Monday in Ibadan during the commissioning of hall donated to the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Oyo State Council.


Olamitoye, a medical doctor and businessman who clocks 66 years noted that self development is the best.



“I have come here today as a friend of Journalists. The donation of this hall has expressed a brief history of my life to reinforce the fact that any journalist can move from any position they find themselves to the peak and achieve the best version of their life.


“The path to follow is the renewal of mind everyday. Once the vision of where you want to go has been established, it can be achieved.


“I encourage you all to engage in self development as it is the best”, he said.


While also charging journalists on prosperity, Olamitoye who is a writer and author urged them to be reading relevant books as he donated books.


He thanked the union for appreciating his contributions to the society, promising to do more for the union and humanity.


Earlier in his remarks, Mr. Ademola Babalola, the NUJ Chairman, acknowledged Olamitoye’s service to humanity which he said he has done so much for the union.


He described the Ondo-born as “a man of many parts” who had continuously been building people.


According to him, “our benefactor is not from Oyo state, but he is committed to the growth and development of this state.


“Dr. Abib Olamitoye is a man that is so passionate about humanity; a man of timber and caliber, a man God has been using for this generation, a man of many parts, a teacher, a trainer, an author and wonderful personality”.


Babalola said that Olamitoye has international recognition, adding that he has impacted many lives.


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