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Songs of Selah with Scott Thomas Outlar

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Songs of Selah
March 15, 2021

On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome David Francis to the program...

David Francis is a research consultant, a professional editor, a registered car dealer @dahelcarservices, Abuja, a philosopher, and a writer from Nigeria. He is also an instructor/principal lecturer at I-Strac Institute and Resource Center, Abuja.

David has co-authored a book with his wife Helen titled, Against All Odds. His poem, "What I See When I Look At Me" was termed one of the best poems of 2020 by the editorial board at Madswirl. 

His works and poems have been published in “The PLASU Journal,” Plateau State, “The Periscope Magazine,” Abuja, “The Seeker’s Delight Magazine,” Kaduna, “Community Voice Magazine,” Ogun State as well as in elsieisyblog, Madswirl, naijapeek, Medium, his blog, http://www.dahelconsult.com/, and in other places.

He is a performance poet, and the Founder of "The Expressionist" - a growing movement that sponsors students to grow in their love for the arts. An author in the ‘Ray Of Thought’ platform (www.rayofthought.com), the Vice-President of the Anti-Suicide Global Initiative, Abuja, Nigeria, Consultant for Nature and Habitat Safe Foundation, writer and managing editor of YouTv media, Abuja, and the former Editor-in-Chief of Sapientia African Leadership Foundation, and Program Director, African Home Reintegration, all in Hanover, Germany.

You can reach David via davidfrancisef@gmail.com.

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