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Madam Oluwaseyi Oluwaseun Akindolie was born and breed in Ondo township, Ondo state Nigeria into the family of Chief G. FAB Akindolie and Chief Mrs. E.O Akindolie who were both indigene of Ondo town in Ondo state Nigeria. Her father who was an exporter in farm produce and the mother was a business woman at that time. 

She was attended Adeyemi Nursery and Primary school in Ondo town and proceeded to St. Louis Secondary school in Owo town and after which she was privileged to further her higher institution education in Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti to study marketing which she graduated up to HND level. After a while, she got trained in a Health care profession which she later took as a professional career due to her passion to care for people well being, she dedicated herself to service to humanity and worked with much zealousness in order to make impact in anyone who comes her way.

Over the years in the course of her working experiences as Health care professional and taking care of her only child then alone, at first she it wasn’t so easy for her to juggle through having a child and also committed to work which was more time demanding as a single parent she was but she was thankful to her family members who gave her enormous support and helping hands to face the challenges of that time. One of her greatest achievements she mentioned in the course of our interview with her was that of her child whom she said, she was able to take good care of through the thick and thin part of her life and seeing her child growing older day by day and well trained, got a good job and doing fine in what she could never imagine would be possible but thanks to God Almighty for the sustenance so far.

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 As a Health care professional, her greatest achievements she was that, over the times of her service years she had made a great impact on her patient’s lives by ensuring their safety and helping them to live comfortably, however she had being awarded severally the best employee of the month in multiple times in different health care facilities that she had worked with.

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Madam Oluwaseyi Oluwaseun Akindolie believes that, at times life could be difficult and at sometimes could be the other way round entirely, but one thing that is constant is change, when one is prone to change at any length or point in life, things will definitely work out from the bad or even worse situations to good eventually. She also believed that, hard work and discipline is the key and her word of advice for young ones these days is to follow their dreams squarely and to study hard to show their selves approved as a work man that needed not to be ashamed and be diligent in all they do to survive and succeed. She further advised that, people should learn to be kind, love and accept themselves always the way they are and they should never judge themselves in a bad way no matter what challenging situations life has put them. They should see ugly and negative circumstances as challenge to become a better person in life and always be willing to swap any negative thoughts with positive mindsets.

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She furthermore disclosed that, aside her working profession as a health care officer, she also gives and helping hands to a sibling of hers who own a daycare preschool establishment. She loves going out for shopping with friends at her leisure times off work hours and most of the times she visits the library to have a deep study for her master’s degree academic furthering due to being a social worker she is, much is expected of her. Her favourite sport is track events sport activities and she likes to listen to old school music R&B at her lone times.

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