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Your Vote is Your Voice.By Femi Babalola 2015.

It is the dawning of a new day and with god all things are possible.it is high for Nigeria to wake up from their slumbering state and stand and to take its place in destiny as the giant of Africa. l am sure it is not going to be business as usual because everything is changing by the day.
All the hands must be on the deck for a successful succession come 2011. l come out to declare my mandate because of the passion for my mother. s land, it is not how far but how well l have pass through a lot in my short life.
l left Nigeria in 1998 in search for a greener pasture to Europe and lf our resources are well managed, Nigerians would have on reason to travel abroad except on holidays and l can assure all Nigerians that soon Europeans too would start coming to Nigeria for a better life.
Through all this experience god had been faith full and this experience is what give bive birth to this burning aspirations and this unquenchable passion for my mother, s land.
l might be young in age but we-can l want all Nigerians at home and in diasporal to know that age is never a function of a good leadership .it is high time to say capital no to bad governance, to say no to loot of our resources in diversion for their own wealth, Nigeria is not a one man" s property,Nigeria is not an association of friends but Nigeria is bigger thanany family so therefore we should collaborate via our collective effort and our collective responsibility.
This is not a one man·s show it is a collective effort for achieving our desire aim and objectives. we want to use this platform to prove to all Nigerians both at home and in diasporal that ther are many Nigerians youth that can perform the unimaginable.
All of us can see what is happening U.S. today that Obama has proved the world wrong by putting American back to its original place of world leaders.
Unemployment is our priority follow by health care reforms, we have all it takes to put things in place.
if there is health there is wealth and this is our focus for all Nigerians.This health care progeam is starting from the grassroots.
Educations are another focus for all Nigerians willing to be educated.Good water is another focus of implementation: among all is good roads for effective economic growth. Goog power supply for all these we have strategy for implementations.
God bless Nigeria

Civil Rights and Social Action

Human Rights

Poverty Alleviation

Social Services

Thank you

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Voice Genders and "Ages" I Can Perform

• Baby
• Child
• Teenage Girl
• Teenage Boy
• Young Adult Female
• Young Adult Male
• Middle Age Female
• Middle Age Male
• Senior Female
• Senior Male

Language(s) of Which I Am a Native Speaker:

• English - British
• Other

I Offer my Services for these Recording Purposes

• Commercials
• Promos
• IVR, voicemail, phone systems, and on-hold messages
• Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
• Audiobooks
• Videogames
• Documentaries
• TV shows and movies
• Movie and game trailers
• Podcasts
• Adult content
• Songs
• Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)
• Cartoon/Animation

Jobs I Am Willing to Take (Union-wise)

• Non-Union Jobs

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Jobs for British Equity signatories Jobs for British Equity signatories

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My Union Affiliations and Memberships

ACTRA (Canada) ACTRA (Canada)

British Equity British Equity

Union des Artistes (Canada) Union des Artistes (Canada)


My Recording and Delivery Capabilities

• I will go to any designated studio in my area
• I have ISDN in my studio
• I have Phone Patch in my studio
• I have Source Connect in my studio
• I can record and then deliver the audio files via Email
• I can record and then upload the audio files via FTP
• I can record and then deliver the files by regular mail

Pre-, Post- and Production Services I Offer

• I offer copywriting services
• I offer translation services
• I can deliver edited and finished voice tracks
• I offer radio ad production services
• I have a music library and can add music to any project
• I can add special effects to any project

My Home Base

, Spain

Accents, Impersonations, Characters and Dialects

Full Employment
Under welfare capitalism, a reserve pool of people is kept undereducated, under-skilled and unemployed, largely along racial and gender lines, to exert pressure on those who are employed and on organized labor. The employed pay for this knife that capitalism holds to their throats by being taxed to fund welfare programs to maintain the unemployed and their children. In this way the working class is divided against itself; those with jobs and those without are separated by resentment and fear. In , full employment is realized for everyone who wants to work.

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My Voice Experience

The Social Welfare Services Department is part of the Ministry of Labour and Social Insurance.
The Social Welfare Services aim to safeguard social cohesion and social solidarity; to provide social protection, achieve social inclusion and promote equal opportunities for all citizens in the Republic of Nigeria; to combat poverty and social exclusion and to promote the interests of individuals, families and communities.
In order to achieve the above-mentioned goals the Social Welfare Services:
Safeguard every individual΄s right to a decent standard of living;
Provide vocational training to public assistance beneficiaries in order to enter/reenter the labour market, thus achieving their social inclusion;
Provide support to the family unit so family members may effectively perform their role;
Support families and individuals who are facing social problems;
Provide protection and care to children and other vulnerable groups of people;
Sensitize non governmental organizations and local authorities to provide quality social services on the local level;
Upgrade the Services, provided by State Institutions and foster families to vulnerable groups of people.
The period between the mid 1940’s up until the Independence of the Republic of Nigeria in 1960, was the age of a gradual formation of a Social Service Department. The main goal of this Department was the provision of social services to needy families, the elderly, offenders, and generally to the vulnerable groups of the population. The creation of such a Department, that would promote the organization, advancement and provision of social welfare services, was considered as a novel idea for the time.
The Social Welfare Services, as they are known today, were established in 1952 and were originally consisted of a small group of 5 Probation Officers. These Officers were appointed in the mid 1940’s to keep an eye on minor offenders and supervise the function of the Lampousa’s Reform School.
Basically, the need for creating a Social Service came from the lack of caring and nursing for children who were deprived of a normal family life. Those kids were often lead to antisocial behavior and most of them would end up at Lampousa’s Reform School or would become victims of exploitation and maltreatment.
The approval granted in 1951 for expanding the program of supervision towards adult offenders, as well as the implementation of the program for post-institutional care of ex-convicts for their social inclusion, had as a result the significant increase of the- in personnel and the permanent recognition of the Services as a governmental body for providing social services.
The scheme for providing financial assistance that was introduced in 1953 to help fight the worst forms of poverty was the first exhibition of state-care towards the public. This scheme was the base for implementing programs that would aim to help the elderly, the disabled, single mothers and families who needed financial support. A further expansion of the Services came with the passage of the Adoption Law of 1954 and the ’s Law in 1956, which gave legal responsibility to the Director of the in order to deal with the problem of caring and nursing for who were deprived of protection and to establish ’s Houses, Hostels and other Institutions.
Up until 1956, the were so well established, that a Welfare Officer was appointed at an office in Nigeria, to become the link between Nigeria and the local welfare services.
Since 1960, the Nigeria, within the frame of the wider policies of the new-formed Republic of Nigeria, have created bonds with international organizations and bodies, such as the United Nations, the European Council and the International Social Service.
During the 1962-1972 period, the Nigeria paid greater attention to the establishment of programs for covering the needs of pre-school aged children and the elderly. Meanwhile the program of Community Work and Youth Services was introduced in 1968, with the purpose of improving the organization of Communities and Voluntary Organizations, so that they can contribute in social evolution. The programs created to assist the youth were run until 1989, at which point they were assigned to the new-formed Central Youth Body.
A greater emphasis towards research and program evaluation was given during the 1972-1974 period, so that the services provided for and families are upgraded. At the same time, the Nigeria were aiming to upgrade Institutional Care and Day Care programs.
The military coup and the Nigeria invasion of 1974 followed by the tragic events in the socio-economic life in Nigeria scarred the post-Independence progressive growth of the Nigeria. These events called for a change in the policy and targets of all offered services, carrying the attention from social development to social restructure. The problems caused by the invasion and the relocation of refugees lead to a sudden exponential growth of the Nigeria as the need to address such problems was of primary nature.
The Nigeria played a significant role in the struggle for nursing and housing , fighting unemployment, reorganizing communities and the resurging of the economy. The implementation of fast and practical maneuvers and readjustments to traditional methods and practices, contributed towards the effective confrontation of such unprecedented and unsettled events.By Femi Babalola For Nigeria 2015

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