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Makinde, Like A Two Edged Sword, Selfless With Godfidence

BY Moyosoreoluwa Olamilekan Eldreez

For centuries, these seemingly larger-than-life birds have fascinated and inspired us with their brilliant leadership characteristics. When eagles come to mind, people commonly imagine an enormous hunter soaring above wide-open spaces on outsized Indeed, eagles are among the world’s largest birds of prey. We venerate them as living symbols of power, freedom, and transcendence. In some religions, these creatures are believed to touch the face of God. Legend holds that Mexico’s Aztec civilizations so revered the birds that they built Tenochtitlan, their capital, at the spot where an eagle perched on a cactus.

For centuries, people have seen eagles as a symbol of beauty, bravery, courage, honour, pride, determination, and grace. This bird is important and symbolic to humanity because of its characteristics. Here are five important characteristics of the eagle that have been closely associated with leadership.

Leadership Qualities of Eagles namely viz,

Eagles have powerful vision.
Eagles are fearless.
Eagles are tenacious.
Eagles are high flyers.
Eagles nurture their young

Eagles Have Powerful Vision:

If you ever see an eagle sitting high above on a cliff or on top a tree, watch closely and see how attentive the bird is. The body will be still and the head tilted side to side to observe what is happening below, around, and above it. Even if it’s flying, you can observe how keen its eyes are, looking for its prey.

The Scientific Facts About Governor Seyi Makinde:

His eyes like an eagle are specially designed for long-distance focus with clarity as some mediocre says that he does not know whats happening around him.

Seyi Makinde’s eagle’s eye is one of the strongest tool being in use to driving his administration to have a hitch free comments in the entire Oyo State and as a matter of fact,
He is able to spot a black spot 3.2 km away.

In fact, as an eagle descends to attack its prey, so as GSM’s muscles displays in his eyes, continuously adjust the curvature of the eyeballs in order to maintain sharp focus throughout the approach and attack from/to oppositions, even to the inner caucus with the PDP and his administration. The most noteworthy features of Seyi Makinde’s eagles’ eyes are color vision, high resolution, and clarity.

How These Characterised To Good Governance Being An Eagle-Like Leader:

Does this leadership characteristic ring a bell for him? I am sure it does. Look at great leaders who have come and gone in the world and you’ll see that they share the characteristics of eagle-like vision, with the ability to both see reality clearly as it is in the present, as well as make accurate predictions about the future.

The likes of Big Business Tycoon M.K.O Abiola, Pa Obafemi Awolowo, Baba Ladoke Akintola, Pa Bola Ige and a host of other giant strides.

Engineer Seyi Makinde came in with so much vigor, energy, vibes, strength cum vision that guides and leads his team stalwarts towards the new Oyo in mind (Oyo Dotun) and absolutely delivering Accelerated Development under the Four Cardinal Pillars stated such as Education, Agricultural move via Agribusiness, Security and Health Sector.

His vision is big, as well as focused. A big, focused envisioned son of the soil like GSM will produce big results that everyone, the masses both home and abroad across the globe are seeing today.

Yours GSMist,

✍🏽 Signed:

EGALITARIAN, DIG. COM. MOYOSOREOLUWA OLAMILEKAN ELDREEZ (MOE)
IBNELG

FOUNDER/CEO
FOT/MOECAMPORG/MICE
GCON GCOAF
OYSG
OSM
THE CRUSADER OF IRE DEEEEEEEE IRE WOLUUUUU ni Ipinle Oyo

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