World Poetry Peaceathon Celebrates Lamina Kamiludeen Omotoyosi!


Ariadne’s Notes: “Here is the first of many entries for the Peaceathon from   Nigeria and the world.

“I am a native of OSOGBO the capital city of Osun State South-West Nigeria… I attended St’ Monica’s RCM Primary School where I obtain my Primary School Certificate in the year 1997 and, I attended Community Grammar School Laje, Ondo In Ondo West Local Government, Ondo State Nigeria where I obtained O’Level Certificate in the year 2003… I attended Digigold Computers College Nigeria Ltd in Minna Capital City of Niger State, Northern Central Part of Nigeria where I obtained Diploma in Computer Science, Maintenance and Repairs in the year 2003…. I have Diploma in Solar Panel and Inverter Constructions and Maintainance in Ogbomosho, Oyo State Nigeria in the year 2009…. I am the current Administrator of World Foundation for Peace Nigeria Branch since 2014 till present… I am the Ambassador of International Human Rights Council IHRC to Nigeria appointed since July 2016… I am a Squire of World Union of Poets W.U.P… I am a Member of International Parliament…. I am a Member and Coordinator of International Human Rights Organization IHRO Nigeria Branch…. I am a Member of Human Rights Watch…. I’m blessed with a Son named Aniff Akorede Kamilude”.

Event: Laminar Peace Poetry Night

Description: To teach people of my country and the world why we need to live  without hatred.

Location: Abuja, Nigeria.

Why am I a partner: To use the functions of the poetry, to teach people of my country and world how to live in peace without insurgency.

To teach people of my country and the world why we need to live without hatred.”


Her love is like

an Island in life’s ocean

vast and wide

A peaceful, quiet shelter

From the wind, the rain, the tide.


Tis bound on the north by Hope,

By patience on the West,

By tender counsel on the south

And on the East by West.


Above it like a beacon light

Shine Faith, and Truth, and Prayer;

And through the changing scenes

of life

I find a heaven there.

© copyright owner Lamina Kamiludeen Omotoyosi

All right reserved (August, 2016).

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