Name: Yusuff, Olayode Yusuff
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Birthday: January 5, 1990
Education: 500 level student of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
When everyone is treated like kings, respected like queens, and cared for like miss world, then, the world becomes hospitable for the voiceless. A world of this kind makes no one fears, it creates avenue for anybody to survive and display talents without worries that external forces may impedes their positive desires.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
Not recognizing other people’s right is the world’s major problem. If thieves believe in ownership right, they will not venture into houses and deprive people of their properties. If terrorists believe other people have right to existence, they will threat all justly, since we all deserve the same right. Injustice erupted from carelessness on the right of others.
Humanity continues to suffer due to injustice, which is instigated by the fact that we do not recognize other people’s right let alone of standing for others when dealt with unjustly. Our lives are meaningless because our right could be trampled upon, and still be deprived by anybody without vindication afterward.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
Until we rise to kick against injustice, until we see people are equal in right, we will continue to fight worthlessly, and we will not see truth as truth. A systematic approach, which invent into all, the desire that human right is justice itself, should be imbibed into education curriculum. Doing this will reinforce caring for others into the growing ups. Seminars on the effect of human rights in the society should be organized to enlighten the society. This will increase justice, and reduce trampling upon other people’s right. Encouraging justice in the society by standing in defense of the voiceless will help in achieving a just community also.
I am Yusuff Olayode Yusuff popularly, regarded as Supoto, a writer of resources, a lover of technology and all that surrounds it. I am a diplomatic gent that stands in defense of the voiceless no matter what. Born into a polygamous home in Ibadan, and reared by a disciplinarian father, Late Chief T.Y. Supoto, a community activist and dispute settler. I grew up knowing the essence of education, and as a young boy, finished a manuscript on an African play, though unpublished. Until date, I survive under harsh Nigerian setting, and seek to maximize the little that is available to me as a Nigerian.
I attended Asegun Comprehensive High School, Headquarters International College, and Wesley College of Science, all in Ibadan, Nigeria. He had the opportunity of attending the same Alma mater with Late Obafemi Awolowo of Nigeria, and Professsor Dibu Ojerinde of University Tertiary Matriculation Examination. Upon leaving Secondary school, I had little teaching carrier, but afterward proceeded to Ladoke Akintola University of Technology to study Electronic and Electrical Engineering, which he up till date studies. I have combined learning with Electrical fieldwork, and do a lot of field engineering during holidays. I focus on engineering training, and hopes to be a leading engineering instructor and commentator in few years. At the time, I learned designing, but decided to face writing been a creative writer. While seeking prowess in writing, I develop time to write touching essays, and contributes to blogs, daily newspapers like Guardian newspaper, Nigeria. My writing skills make him write poems especially for his country and his loved ones.
I develop interest, day by day, in teaming with people to make positive impact. I was a participant of Airbus international competition as well as the Google online marketing Challenge, among other essay competitions he participated. I find pleasure in grooming talents, and busy myself with fending for future. I spend most of my time writing, and as of now have a book nearing completion which is called, “Trainee’s Manifesto,” focusing on survival as an industrial trainee. Political scenes are my talks often times, but still regard my religion, Islam, as a way of life. I am a member of various organizations, and a determined defender of justice. Taking advantage of the little resources available is his aim all day. Standing for justice encourages me.
I am a member of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), the world largest professional organization, where I serve as the Public Relation Officer for his University’s Student Body. Aside from all these, I find pleasure in searching about technology, and devote time reading about other religions. Leading people to achieve does not stop coming to my mind, and at this moment, I plan to create and avenue for engineers to grow. Owing to this, I am creating Engineering Africana (EAfricana) for young engineers to relate and innovate.
Enjoining good no matter what has a place in my mind, and writing research books is my future aim. When I retire, voluntary mentorship is my benchmark, not minding the constraint money may cause that time.