go to link “Don’t expend energy fighting “haters” and “enemies”, rather walk in the light of God’s word and watch your “enemies” fall over themselves for your attention.#RMDsaysso “When a man’s ways pleases the Lord, he makes even his enemies to be at peace with him.” Proverbs 16:7 #Godfirst #Godsword#beatpeacewithallmen #walkwithGod#walkinlove”.
rencontre vk Richard Mofe Damijo (popularly known as RMD) was born 6 July 1961. He is a Nigerian actor and politician. In 2005 he won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He is a former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Delta State, Nigeria
http://drugsabuse.org/?jionsa=Part-time-clerical-jobs-in-miami-fl&836=7c Mofe-Damijo was born in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. He attended Midwest College, Warri and Anglican Grammar School and was a member of the Drama Club. He enrolled into the University of Benin to continue his education and studied Theatre Arts. In 1997 Mofe-Damijo returned to the university to study law at the University of Lagos and graduated in 2004
http://tiffin.my/bilwoer/3454 After graduating from the university, Mofe-Damijo took part in a television soap opera in the late 80’s called Ripples. Before then, he had a stint with Concord Newspapers and Metro Magazine as a reporter. Out of Bounds was the first film for which he received a writer/producer credit. In 2005 at the maiden edition of the African Movie Academy Awards Mofe-Damijo won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
http://careermastery.net.au/\?pero=Tadalafil-Oral-Strips-Online Mofe-Damijo was married to the late May Ellen Ezekiel, a foremost Nigerian journalist popularly known as MEE. After MEE’s death in 1996, Mofe-Damijo married again, this time to former Jumoke Adegbesan. He has five children in total; four from his current marriage and one from his previous marriage with MEE.