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OkadaBooks (@okadabooks) Holds Twitter Live Chat With Max Siollun (@Maxsiollun) This Friday

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Another super-exciting Twitter LIVE Chat by OkadaBooks holds this Friday,  May 27, at 1.30PM Prompt (8.30AM Eastern Time (US and Canada). On the Hot Seat will be the renowned Author,  Writer, Historian and Current Affairs Analyst, Max Siollon, who is also Author of Bestselling “Soldiers of Fortune”.

Please make it a date!

About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi Adebayo is a multi-skilled professional who joggles many vital roles. An Engineering graduate (with expertise in IT Service Delivery and Support, Project Management, Process Management and Strategic Business IT), she has also worked as a Retailer/Retail Systems and Online Store Designer. With her vast experience in Blog Design, Administration and Content Creation, Funmi now works as a Content Creator and Digital Marketer, and she is the Team Lead of the MakeADream-NG Project. An ardent blogger and prolific writer, Funmi writes Fictions, True-Life stories and Poetry to address societal issues. She seeks to inspire, enlighten and empower her readers in fun, exciting and entertaining ways. Furthermore, she does motivational and educative write-ups, offering tips for Career Development and Business. She also authors Devotionals and journals. Funmi has worked on Book Series including The Sweet Temptation, the first title in the Daughters of Eve Fiction Series Stepping Up To Be Seen Madame De Madame Fiction Series, and Getting Your Groove Back in the Each Day Devotional Series. Funmi has featured in Sun Newspaper, Success Notion and City People Magazines. She also belongs to the prestigious #teamokadabooks .

2 comments on “OkadaBooks (@okadabooks) Holds Twitter Live Chat With Max Siollun (@Maxsiollun) This Friday

  1. Pingback: Interview with Max Siollun – This Friday, 1:30pm #Nigeria Time | Nigerian History Channel

  2. Pingback: Max Siollun Twitter Interview This Friday – 1:30pm #Nigerian Time | Nigerian History Channel

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