Yetunde Ogunsey

How Tolu defied odds to switch from Fisheries to becoming a Senior Developer in one of Canada’s largest organizations.

Today, in the “Life as a Canadian Immigrant” Series, we featured Tolulope Ibiyode. He shares his story of how he defied all odds to switch from fisheries to becoming a Senior Developer in one of Canada’s largest organizations. He attributes his success to his passion and tenacity. Hello, please tell us a bit about yourself. …

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Meet Femi Shine…The Proud Bariga Boy making waves as a Robotic/Automation Technician in Toronto.

In this “Life as a Canadian Immigrant” Series, we spoke with Femi Shine who always  refers to himself as the ‘Proud Bariga Boy’. Having completed the compulsory one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), he decided to set his sights on migrating to Canada. He shares with us his experience and the journey leading up to him becoming a robotic/automation technician. Hello, tell us a bit about yourself My name is Femi Shine and Indigene of Ondo state Nigeria but born and raised in Lagos. I attended the first secondary school in Nigeria; CMS Grammar School and I bagged my BSc Computer Science from Ekiti State University in 2012, completed the compulsory one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and decided to set my sights on migrating overseas in search of the golden fleece. I have been in Canada for 7yr, having arrived in the fall of 2013 to study Interactive digital media at Centennial College Story Arts Center.  How long have you been living in Canada, and how has the experience been so far? I have been in Canada for 7yrs, having  arrived in the fall of 2013 to study Interactive digital media at Centennial College Story Arts Centre. …

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