TAI SOLARIN by Dele Babalola MD
Africa’s Greatest Educationist and Humanist

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"This book introduces readers to a man who sacrificed much for the betterment of his country. While the spirit of the story is powerful, the book needs major content and organizational edits to reach a wide audience. Babalola can tell a good story, but this short book is highly disorganized and full of repetitive passages."
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It is about life in a unique secondary school in Nigeria in the 1970s and 1980s. The principal, Dr. Tai Solarin, was totally dedicated to producing academically and intellectually sound students who were also trained in the practical aspects of life – farming, cooking, electrical wiring, plumbing, baking, building, man o’war and others. It was hard to find such students unemployable. They were trained to dream big and be high achievers. This is a personal account of one of the students who experienced this unique training.
 

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Published October 9, 2015 by Xlibris AU. 96 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction
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on Feb 01 2016

"This book introduces readers to a man who sacrificed much for the betterment of his country. While the spirit of the story is powerful, the book needs major content and organizational edits to reach a wide audience. Babalola can tell a good story, but this short book is highly disorganized and full of repetitive passages."

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