Friday, 14 November 2014


Lives of these young leaders shall b
e powerfully impacted. Prefects from several different secondary schools would be assembling for a LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Date: Saturday 15th November, 2014
Time: 9am
Venue: Harmony Land College, Agbede, Ikorodu, Lagos.

Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa would speak powerfully on the topic:

He loves to speak life,
He loves writing to affect lives!
He is the PEN of a ready writer.
He is a Speaking Pen

Do you have a event like seminars, teens or youth programmes, school programmes, and so on, contact him today:


Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa is a highly inspired motivational writer, poet and speaker with a pleasant sense of expression.

"Speaking Pen" as he is fondly called is a king when it comes to use of text. Words are toys he plays with and swords with which he fights for justice and advocates for the truth.

Sunday, a typical African child who was not born into silver spoon yet eventually triumphs in the unleashing of his potential.

He is very objective as he drives home his points lucidly. He is unequivocally empathetic about impacting people from all walks of life. He is academically sound and spiritually healthy. He is the Principal Director at Speaking Pen International Concept.

Rev. Samson A.I rightly describes Sunday as a distinctive voice to this generation that should be heard and read.

His poems are contained in several International anthologies. He won the FPASU Award as Most Inspiring Writer 2013/2014 and also got the prestigious ACJ/CNN Outstanding Young Achiever Award in 2014.
He authored a best-selling motivational book, "Unleash Your Potential Beyond Just Motivation" and a poetry book, "In His Realm"

Sunday, 9 November 2014

POEMS ABOUT #BringBackOurGirls

By Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa

Celebrating independence,
We rejoice in pseudo-freedom
While injustice holds our girls ransome
Enslaved in Boko's cruel hands

Forget not! O Nigeria!
Our past heroes got not tired
Of fighting for our liberation
For us to be one nation

Now is a new story
Of fathers feeling free
When daughters are chained?
How come are we weary
Of advocating their freedom again

Fight O nation
Not against colonials anymore
But against our insane brothers

War O nation
Fiercely for their independence
#BringBackOurGirls, thy daughters


My love for my nation is as ocean
Hence, I'd speak of her situation
Corruption upon Corruption
Insurgence causing destruction
Television chock-full of bad news
Solution to all lies in the Good News

Manipulation! Manipulation!!
That's a name for our election
More riches for the president
Boko crisis for the residents
Is spreading fast like flu
Salvation lies in the Good News

Life is full of chaos
And seems not so fair to us
We shall experience trials
But that shouldn't make us cry hard
The Word overcomes the World
Medication to heal your world,
Solely is The Word
Salvation lies in the Good news

You need not beat or join them
Your saviour readily conquered
Be his ambassador there
Victory is ours already
We fight FROM not FOR victory
Christ can change this nation
Theocracy in lieu of crazy democracy

"Happy independence? What on earth is happy about a liberated father whose daughters are chained? #BringBackOurGirls" - Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa

By Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa

(Guide>> Python: Boko Haram, Incubator: School, Eggs: Chibok girls, Cave: Sambisa Forest, Mother hen: Chibok girl's mothers)

The python ,
Stole into our Chibok incubator
Took over two hundred eggs
Then crawls back to its evil cave
With those eggs in its mouth.
We beckon to the hunters
Who wholehearted chased
To save our gems!

The python,
Noted it's been trailed
Hurriedly left its hiding-cave
For unknown bush of endless thorns
Luckily the hunter found some
Of the stolen gem eggs
No cracks?

Up hunters!
Go farther faster!
These eggs are too fragile
For merciless fangs of vipers
Mother hens, restlessly sleepless
Everyone watching so helplessly
As pain grips harmless eggs
Somebody please help
Hear their voice
O Lord

In the python's mouth
Over two hundred lives hangs
Pray they're rescued
Pray they don't get swallowed

Feel their gnashing in pain
As blood gushing their body
Some from python’s fang pierces
Some from devilish python’s tails.

I pray!
We pray!
Nigeria Pray!
Lord, hear us today!
Lord, please make a way!
Help free them from this dismay!

This is a poem written in the second half of April, 2014 dedicated to the 234 girl abducted in man’s realm in my country, Nigeria on 14th April, 2014 from their school by the terrors to human realm called Boko Haram, a terrorist group

BY: Abegunde Sunday Olaoluwa (SpeakingPen)
Cited from my new book, "IN HIS REALM"