„Sometimes you have to take a hard decision and when you take such decision, you have to stand by it. It’s not everybody who sees what you are seeing.“

—  Ibukun Awosika, Cited in " 8 business quotes from First Bank Chairperson Ibukun Awosika http://enterprise54.com/insights-from-ibukun-awosika-to-help-entrepreneurs-in-their-businesses/", 26 February 2013
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Nigerian business magnate 1962

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