Ogunbowale Olugbenga

(8th of Sept,1990 / Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria)


As wealth principles, you apply,
Your needs, God will supply.

There will be joy in your sanctuary,
And of good health, your family will be a beneficiary.

When you pray simply,
He will reply clearly.

Your impact will be extra ordinary,
It will be revolutionary,
Such that a new word will be added to global vocabulary

Your results will amaze you really,
Your enemies will be stunned actually.

And your victory will not be temporary,
It will be long lasting like a Duracell battery.

This month you will fly,
Easily, highly, completely.

Your strength will not grow weary,
And your life will play like a Bill Gates documentary,

You will be blessed daily,
Your success will be told surely,
And you will succeed totally, drastically, supernaturally.


Submitted: Thursday, July 03, 2014

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