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Delizon Scholarship Awards
Winner: David Ben-Odafe
Delizon Annual Scholarship award winner: David Ben-Odafe scored close to the 90% mark in the online test. Elated by this award, David says,
"IF YOU HAVE A PURPOSE ALL CREATION WORKS TOGETHER TO MAKE A WAY FOR YOU."
David Ben-Odafe was born to the family of Mr. Benedict Odafe, an Educationist with the Delta State government, and Mrs. Rose Odafe, an Elementary school teacher, in the suburban city of Ughelli, Delta State, Nigeria. He was diagnosed with a genetic disorder at a very tender age, and grew up realizing that he had to fight several battles right from his childhood. The state of his bodily health and the general poverty-striken livelihood kindled a passion to find life's meaning - the raison d'etre, the purpose of life, and the cause of destiny.
David read through the classics, seeking answers from literature, history, religion, philosophy, and political science before proceeding to the University of Lagos to study Psychology in 2007. He has shared some of the principles behind his success in this new book: The Principle-Driven Life.
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