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Former American Banker Remi Duyile Launches Book (See Photos)


The Author, (3rd Left)  with  other dignitaries during the book launch in Lagos 
Former American Banker, Remi Duyile has launched her book, ‘Perseverance: Winning Key to Your Destiny’ an account of her years in the diaspora and how she was able to excel despite her colour. She also launched her Legacy Premier Mentorship Movement - a global platform to provide entrepreneur and leadership Mentorship movement for women/girls.

The two in one event at D-Venue event Centre, Lagos was chaired by the President of the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, Chief Bintan Famutimi and had in attendance dignitaries from the field of politics, the media and the business community.

The Author, Dr. Remi Duyile 
Speaking at the occasion, the Chief launcher, Chief Bintan Famutimi paid glowing tributes to Dr Remi Duyile describing her as a fully inspired lady leader and visionary, who played an important role in the establishment of Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce in United States.

He commended Duyile for taking her time to write the book as it is vital to share her unique perseverance as she climb the ladder of America's most revered banking institution, Bank of America and how she shattered glass ceilings when she was appointed Vice President of Retail, Premier and Mortgage Banking including her diverse experience in team building, initiating programs with international agencies and lots more.

On her part, Dr. Duyile said writing the book 'Perseverance: Winning Key to Your Destiny' became necessary because there is a need to reorientate young men and women one the need to see preserverance as a tool in winning destiny.

‘Perseverance: Winning Key to Your Destiny' is published in USA and hundreds of copies were sold at the Lagos launch which drew politicians, academics and business men.








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