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Spotlight: Chief Temitope Ajayi aka Mama Diaspora

Chief Temitope Ajayi aka Mama Diaspora

A single Mother of Five Children. Chief Ajayi has lived in United States for the past two decades. She migrated from Nigeria in 1990. Where she became an immigrant in United States. Chief Ajayi brought her 4 of 5 children to America to make something of themselves. So far 5 out of 5 have earned a Bachelors degree or higher from a higher learning institution (Harvard University, UC Davis, UC Riverside, CSU East Bay just to name a few). Chief Ajayi is the epitome of greatness, when it comes to motherhood and raring children I would say she has earned a PHD. She believes in working hard to achieve your dreams. Chief Temitope Ajayi devoted her entire life to raising her children, keeping their eyes and minds focused on achieving the great American dream, success.

In her professional career, Chief Ajayi was the former Personal Assistant to the Deputy Governor of Lagos State Nigeria. President Emeritus, of  ‘All Nigerian American Congress’ (ANAC). Pursuing her initial entrepreneurial venture with NCF Investment Ltd, which serves to increase the Global Understanding and Trade by Embracing and Building on Individual Cultural Capacity and Diversity.

Chief Ajayi currently serves as the Chairman & CEO, Nigerian American Agricultural Empowerment Program (NAAEP Ltd). The Nigerian-American Agricultural Empowerment Programme (NAAEP) trains and empower farmers in mechanized farming system, while facilitating business loans, accessibility to farm implements, and the harvesting and marketing of their end product both locally and internationally. In addition, Honorable Chair of Global Connection for Women. The Global Connections for Women Foundation is a non-profit organization that believes in all women and their right to create new opportunities for themselves and their communities. http://www.GC4Women.org

Chief Ajayi career highlights include recieving the “Key to the City” of Dyersville, Iowa (USA) from the Mayor of the City, James Heavens, who also presented a Proclamation affirming that every 16th of July will be celebrated as “Nigerian Friendship Day”. “A Woman of Distinction,” award given by the Foreign Investment Network with Global Trusted Alliances LLC USA. The International Business Women Conference. Certificate of Special US Congressional Recognition from Congresswoman Barbara Lee for her outstanding and invaluable service to the community.

Watch Chief Temitope Ajayi in all her glory giving a powerful speech empowering Women to be more proactive in Agriculture.

Please support me in honoring Chief Temitope Ajayi in the Month of September, 2012 as Workingmomin20s.com Spotlight of the Month. CONGRATULATIONS on all your accomplishments.

You can find out more about Chief Temitope Ajayi on:

http://www.naaep.biz

http://www.facebook.com/ChiefTemitopeAjayi

www.linkedin.com/pub/chief-temitope-ajayi/48/192/638

Featured Additional Company and Formal chronological biography can be found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Naaepagric/sandbox 

 

 

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