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Simoyan gets students to body-spell Hope, Unity for Nigeria @56

Olaboludele Simoyan is an architect by training (University of Lagos) and a social activist by calling. She is un-repentantly pro-Nigeria and never stops engaging everyone – young as well as old – to be the same. She is the author of a collector’s item, a book titled, “The 8th Wonder of the World – Made in Nigeria.”

To mark Nigeria’s 56th Independence, Simoyan put her money and mouth into exactly what she deeply believes in. She visited three secondary schools in Lagos State, envisioned the authorities and students, and got them to do a body-spelling of sorts to show their love for Nigeria and the virtues that should form part of our social fabric, which are displayed here.

“I am teaching Nigerian students how to make their own contribution to nation building in little and simple ways” she told HAMILTONSTYLE. “And I want them to see themselves in a Nigerian newspaper doing something to make a difference in a simple and little way.”

She did get the children’s impressive human formations on the cover of a Nigerian newspaper and on HAMILTONSTYLE. We strongly believe that Simoyan’s selfless passion for positive change in the mindset of all Nigerians will not go unrewarded. Below are captions for the photos.

HUMAN FORMATION OF ‘56’
In celebration of Nigeria’s 56th Independence Day anniversary, the students of Livingspring Hi-Grade College, Ilasa, Lagos and Olaboludele Simoyan (author of “The 8th Wonder of the World – Made in
Nigeria” – dressed in black in the middle of the number ‘6’ in ‘56’) celebrate Nigeria’s National Day and 56 years of Independence with a human formation of the number ‘FIFTY-SIX’.

HUMAN FORMATION OF “UNITY”
The students of Unity Junior High School, Oshodi, Lagos and Olaboludele Simoyan (author of “The 8th Wonder of the World – Made in Nigeria” – dressed in red in the letter ‘I’ in UNITY) celebrate Nigeria’s National Day and 56 years of Independence wih a human formation of the concept ‘UNITY.’
HUMAN FORMATION OF “HOPE”
The students of Hopebay College, Okota, Lagos and Olaboludele Simoyan (author of “The 8th Wonder of the World – Made in Nigeria” – dressed in black in the letter ‘O’ in ‘HOPE’) celebrate Nigeria’s National Day and 56 years of Independence with a human formation of the concept ‘HOPE’

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