The man called Raheem Tajudeen Abiola by Olayiwola Mutiu TASUED WRITERS CHALLENGE 2.0


Attributes that made up different individual differs many times. Through these features, we always constitute our part to anything going round our society. The type of characteristics that one possesses will greatly determine the kind of contribution one will make to our society. With this, Mr Raheem Tajudeen has made his mark by the kind of attitude he has. He has honourably positively contributed his quota to the development of his society and to the nation at large.

Mr Raheem Tajudeen Abiola was given birth to in the city of Lagos in the early 90s to the family of Mr and Mrs Raimi. While his mother is a trader, his father is a civil servant. He is well grown in the both Western and Arabic education.

For his thirst for knowledge, he attended his nursery, primary and junior and senior secondary education at Sai-Joy Nursery and Primary School, Ayobo Lagos, Earnest Group of Schools Megida, Ayobo Lagos, Oba Moruf Ojoola Junior High School and Isefun Community respectively. As part of his yearning for success, he was appointed during his stay in Oba Moruf Ojoola Junior High School as the Muslim Assembly Prefect.
As a person fastened with voracious appetite for seeking knowledge, he finished his Qur’an Studies at Allahu Lateef Arabic and Islamic Centre before moving to Bahru Ulum Arabic Centre, Ayobo, where he got his Idayah ( J.S.S.C.E.) Education. To solidify his knowledge in Arabic, he proceeded to Mahdul Arabiy, Elekuro Ibadan, Nigeria.
Uncle TJ, as popularly called, has numerously participated in many educative programmes. One of such is his participation in the Eko Akete Summer Reading Programme in Lagos in 2009.

To balance his equation, he earnestly gained admission to study Computer and Information Science in Tai-Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria. Since then, his achievements have immeasurably been speaking volume. On campus, he has held many posts and facilitated many humanitarian services.

As an ambitious person, In 2018, he established Truth Revealer Islamic Movement of Nigeria ( TRIMON). This organization is saddled with the responsibility of making positive development to their society.
Apart of this, his facilitated humanitarian services are:
1. Eruobodo House of Special Needs
2. Igbeba Correctional Centre
3. Ramadan Programmes.

Mr TJ has represented his department, Computer and Information Science, in the first edition of TASUED Speech Quest organized by the then Students’ Union’ Vice President, Lady Comrade Nwankwo Vivian.

He has belonged to many organizations on campus. Part of them are:
1. JCIN TASUED as a Director of Sustainable development Goals
2. TASUED Writers’ Community
3. Salamu Qaola where he served as the Naibul Ameer 19/20
4. MSSN TASUED as a Mudir 3 in the year 2018/2019

Teejay is a Muslim, a seasoned writer, a public speaker, a graphics designer and a teacher. Above all, Mr Tajudeen is the brains behind TASUED Writers’ Challenge.

Name: Olayiwola Mutiu Taiwo
Pen name: Vision

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