Mr Ayeni Adekunle

I’m Ayeni Adekunle

CEO BHMGroup

Nov 2006 – Present

Email:     atg@bhmng.com

Mobile:     +234 700 000 0246

About me: I am a Nigerian entrepreneur with interests in public relations, advertising, media, Human capital management, IT and entertainment. I am a stammerer. A failed microbiologist. Failed musician. I’m a failed author.

My Articles

What can you do to free others?

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If you have some time today, please read up on ‘The Central Park 5’ or watch Ava DuVernay’s new film ‘When They See Us’. Stayed up all night reading about the incidents in 1989 that changed five innocent boys’ (aged 14 to 16 at the time) lives forever. It’s the…

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It’s Time to Do Things Differently – Transcript of Speech Delivered By BHM CEO and NECLive Founder Ayeni Adekunle At The 7th Edition Of Nigerian Entertainment Conference on April 24, 2019.

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It’s Time to Do Things Differently   Transcript of Speech Delivered By BHM CEO and NECLive Founder Ayeni Adekunle At The 7th Edition Of Nigerian Entertainment Conference on April 24, 2019.     Good morning.   Thanks for joining us today.   If you are watching on the website or…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

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The first employee we hired was a woman – Nike Fagbule – who has since gone on to establish her own companies (zebrastripesng and notabene_ng). Since then, we have had the privilege of employing and supporting many more women who are now doing amazing stuff across different industries. Today, as…

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This Is Dangerous!

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This is dangerous Locking eyes with strangers. ‪ I see the danger ‪In looking at beings without really seeing them ‪I see teenagers ‬ ‪vulcanizers ‬ ‪traders‬ ‪I see men and women going here and there Doing this and that ‪The hawker with baby on back and load on head‬…

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No One Ever Dies

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Foreword  By Ayeni Adekunle Samuel  Adaora Zinno-Orara passed on, on December 21, 2014.  It was the end of a chapter, and the beginning of a new one for her husband Zinno Orara, and their kids – Chidera, Majiri, Kesena, and Princess. It was the end of years of pain and…

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