Thursday, 28 April 2016

Poultry cages housing birds from 8 weeks old

From the age of 8 weeks layers can move straight into the layers cage.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Candle Making Machine

We produce quality and very efficient Candle production equipment.
We produce to your specification.

11.5-13.5mm diameter, 17.5mm diameter, 20mm diameter.

Lengths are adjustable over 100mm to 200mm.

With water jacket for fast cooling and reduced production time.

Wicks are properly centered.

Contact us today:
Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd.
(+234) 8034730895, 8096061802.

Saturday, 23 April 2016

A Type Poultry Battery Cages.

The A type as the name implies has the shape of capital A when viewed from the side.

Each tiers are offset from the ones above to allow the droppings from each tier to get to the floor without touching the tiers below.

Contact us today.

Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd.

7, Ogundele close, Orile-Iloye, Sango, Ogun state, Nigeria. (+234) 8096061802, 8034730895.

Candle Making Machines

We fabricate Candle Making Machines to your specification.

Mention the size you desire - Tiny ones 11.5-13.5mm, 17-17.5mm, 20mm diameter. Lengths are variable over 50mm to 200mm.

Special or customized sizes are available.

120 candle stick moulded at a go. Or as you desire.

Equipped with water jacket to quicken production by cooling the candles faster. 

Also with wick centering device to keep the wick centered within the candle still.

You'll be glad you come to us.

Contact us today.
Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd.

7, Ogundele close, Orile-Iloye, Sango, Ogun state, Nigeria. (+234) 8096061802, 8034730895.

H Type Poultry Battery Cages.

The H type poultry battery cages is an effective and space saving battery cages.

As the name implies, the H type has the shape of capital letter H when viewed from the side.

The H type poultry battery cages has the following advantages over the A type battery cages.

1, Space advantage: A space meant for a row of A type battery will accommodate twice that row of the H type. Which means a space for 2,000 birds with the A type will take in 4,000 birds if the H type cage is used.

2, Neatness of poultry house: Because droppings from each tiers are collected on a tarpaulin spread below each tiers, daily cleaning is encouraged. You just scape the droppings from the tarpaulin surface every morning.

3, Floor design is immaterial: Because the droppings do not get to the floor, it does not matter whether the floor is designed flat or sloppy, with gutter or not.

4, Floor Hygiene: Floors are better cleaned - swept as no droppings are there to create a cumbersome, messy cleaning process.

5, Poultry House Odour: Foul smell usually associated with poultry house are reduced.

6, Poultry houses can be managed within residential areas without unconvincing dwellers.

Contact us today:
Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd.

7, Ogundele close, Orile-Iloye, Sango, Ogun state, Nigeria. (+234) 8096061802, 8034730895.

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Olufemi Samuel Ogundele

Olufemi Samuel Ogundele
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele was born in Iyin-Ekiti, Ekiti state of Nigeria on the 8th of April 1961 into the family of Mr. Ebenezer Oladele Ogundele and Mrs. Julianah Ojuifun Ogundele.
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele grew up in Oshodi, Lagos state Nigeria. Attended:
*    Afolabi Institute Primary School, Oshodi, Lagos (1967 – 1972).
*    Local Authority Secondary Commercial Modern School, Ikeja, (PWD), Lagos state. (1973/74).
*    Ikeja Grammar School, Oshodi, Lagos state. (1974 – 1979). 
*    Lagos State Polytechnic, Ketu campus (HSC) (1979).
*    Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos (1980-1982 OND)
*    Industrial training at Boulus Enterprises, Honda Motorcycle assembly Plant (1982/83)
*    Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos (1983-1985 HND)
*    National Youth Service Corps at Kaduna, primary assignment at Peugeot Automobile Assembly Plant Kaduna. (1985/86)
*    Metal Furniture Nigeria Ltd, Ikeja, Lagos – HOD, Design & Prototype Dept. (1986-1990)
*    Micbam Nig. Ltd. – Project Engineer (July – Sept 1990)
*    Nigerian Bottling Company (Coca-Cola) – Plant Engineer (1990-2001)
*    Federal University of Technology (MBA) (Not concluded – financial problem, victim of fraudstars just before the last semester’s examination) (2000-2001)
*    Samdel Ventures – MD/CEO (2001-2007)
*    Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd – MD/CEO (2007-date)
*    National Teachers Institute – PGD Education (2010)
*    Dammic Model Schools – co-proprietor with wife. (2007-date)
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele while at Nigerian Bottling Company (bottling Coca-Cola products in Nigeria), worked as Plant Engineer and served at Aba, Sokoto, Apapa, Ikeja plant “B”, Mushin plant; had assignment in almost all the plants in the federation.
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele started an Equipment Design and Fabrication company – Samdel Ventures - after leaving NBC. The company became an in-house contractor for Dunlop Nigeria Plc. Designed and fabricated a lot of production process equipment. Samdel ventures became a limited liability company by name Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd in 2007. The company is introducing some of its equipment into the market: Yam Pounding Machine. Concrete pole moulding.
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele got married to Temilola Marian Ogundele (Nee Adedeji) and is blessed with four children.
*    Damilola Esther Ogundele – graduate of Bio-chemistry from University of Ilorin.
*    Michael Oladipupo Ogundele - Weapon Artificer Nigerian Navy.
*    Adenike Ifedolapo Ogundele
*    Damilare Ogundele
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele worshipped at All Saints’ Anglican Church Oshodi from 1966 till he left Oshodi for Sango in 1999. He was a Server – serving in the altar during Holy Communion. At All Saints Church Oshodi, Olufemi Samuel Ogundele co-founded a Society the Christ Morning Star established in the year 1977, he was president 1988-1992. He now worships at Grace Deliverance Bible Ministries (inc) where he was robe a Deacon at the 10th convention in November 2007.
Olufemi Samuel Ogundele was Chairman (2002-2010) of Orile-Iloye Community Development Association - a community where he resides from 1999 till date. During the tenure the community which had no electricity acquired two transformers – one 500kva/33kv/415v and one 300kva/33kv/415v. The community constructed concrete pole mould and mould about 300 concrete poles used throughout the community territory with aluminum conductors running over 75% of the network. The community land space was ratified from state of acquisition. The community however embarked on a transportation project which failed woefully. As at today the community is divided into 6 CDAs which still work together.


When wives were slaves.
Gone are those days when wives were slaves in their husband’s house. When they were used to work in the farm or to look after the husband’s business. Then more wives are acquired when the husband becomes richer and therefore has more land areas to tend to and/or more business points to manage. Remember more wives usually translate to more children and more ‘slaves’ to use in the farm.
The law then supported the men as land acquisition is only for men. Parents even give inheritances to their male children only, which is majorly land. Therefore property acquisition favoured only men.
Women on the other hand were always looking forward to joining a man in order to become somebody in life. So at early age, ladies were given out to men in marriage, some even to men old enough to be their grandfather. When the grandfather husband dies they are transferred to the next willing person in family, and where there is none they are allowed to go out and marry another husband, probably to one who already has six wives. Then women were transferable from one husband to another.
Women were not allowed to participate in the village politics, brain taxing activities and in most cases were not even allowed to talk where men were.
The practice was global to the extent that in Israel, women were not being counted during National Census, meaning they were not part of the nation’s strength. Then men will keep acquiring wives, and will continue to have children when enough male children were not produced. In some cultures even up till now, a wife is not established in the husband’s house if no male child is born.
Then gradually from 0% participation, things started changing until now when women are now clamouring for 35% participation or even 50%.
Education – education changes things.
Men should watch it now as table may turn and women take the control off them.

Olufemi S. Ogundele
Olu-Samdel Ventures Ltd.