By Oluwatoyin Luqman
Antoine de Saint-Exupery succinctly put it that “If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea”
The above quote defines the kind of personality of Ibrahim Bukola Lukman. A leader so progressive.
He’s that responsible leader who ensures that vision becomes reality, by stating clearly the goals, outlining strategic plans for achieving those goals, equipping and empowering each member to take action on the plan in an organization, team and even, individual levels.
On a path to develop who I wanted to become, he is always there to guide and advice me, a leader whom I have been observing for a very long time as keenly as I can go. All I see is a man interested in making a positive change and an entity committed to a successful society.
Apart from being a vibrant, outspoken and politically clear-sighted individual, he’s an entrepreneur that many young Kwarans have been tapping, and of course would continue to tap from his enterprising acumen.
As a genuine recognition of your magnanimous and undisputable kindheartedness, even if all I can do to you on your birthday is sing praising, sir. You should know how much you mean to me.
Apart from being an outstanding leader, you have indeed realized and actualized the very best in the breeding of brotherhood ties between all and sundry with an ability of making no one look like a stranger in your circle.
On the occasion of your birthday, I heartily celebrate you, pray for everlasting joy, and the zeal to fulfil excellently all your dreams. Do continue towing the good path you’re known for and never be discouraged as posterity shall judge you right and aright.
Happy Birthday, Sir.