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“25% Of The Internet:Big Feat”


Few years back when I went into this, I did not really know how it would go. But WordPress had been there and is still very is. For fresh bloggers, all what they need is to be ready to learn in-house. With that nothing will stop them from flying. Individual blogger have issues. But me, I have a good story to tell about  WordPress. Thanks to WordPress and all the bloggers that have made this experience worthwhile.

“The Impact Of Social Media: Nigeria Electiion 2015 And Beyond”


Nigeria Election 2015 had come and gone, but the role of social media before, during and after the election can not be played down.

Those that knows its value embrace and run with it. But those that don’t still looked at it as a child play.

Internet and social media will change the way we run things in Nigeria. The media will be used by the new in-coming government to strenghten the system.

“PayPal Welcome:But”


We gladly commend PayPal lifting embargo on Nigeria partly. A welcome development with a K leg.

If PayPal disallow a country from receiving but only to send money, it’s as good as nothing in a way. Though it would be good for Nigerians who major in importing but not good enough for those who want to make legitimate earnings from online entrepreneurship.

It is very challenging to earnesting the abundance of opportunities that the internet presents.

With such restriction, where do we start? PayPal is known for making the world a better place on legitimate global financial transactions that’s well appreciated.

Those of us on self development journey are not just there for just ourselves only but to impart on greater populace of Africa. That they can turn around their life possitively too doing what is globally accepted, to make a legitimate living.

Internet is a gift of God to humanity for enhancement, and PayPal, a prominent tool should make its working broader to
accommodate the potential of global growth.

Nigerians are dynamic people, though there are pocket of bad eggs here and there. That’s not peculiar to Nigeria alone. It’s already very diffficult for business to grow here because of lack sensitivity of the leaders to provide infrastructures because of corrupt practises.

We welcome PayPal and we send forth appeal for them to look into the issue again in their assessment of what is required of a nation to have their mandate to receive.ย ย 

“The Buyer: The seller”


Which one should precede the other? Buying or selling……?

One of the great lesson taught by Robert Kiyosaki is that for you to be great in life, you must have something to sell.

Also, for you to have a great life you must be careful of what you buy and how you buy it. One thing sure, no one can escape any of the two.

Another question is, for your life to be great, which of the two should you do more?

The reality of life is, what you sell is determined to a large extent by what you buy…. And what you may not be able to sell. For example, buying a dummy! And if you’re not careful, you may buy that without knowing. Nigerian politicians are very good at selling dummy to the people and they are very good at buying items such as votes and very recently, they are buying imprechments.

What are you buying or selling?. Some of us are professional buyer of used items (bosi corner) enter corner to try it. But not anymore now, the stuffs are openly displayed and likewise tested. Sometimes when I see crowd and struggle around used cloth seller, I always think some people need their head examined. It reminds me of people driving on the wrong lane in Lagos some time ago. The unlucky ones arrested will first of all be taken to psychiatrist hospital to have their head examined. What a story.

Are you buying liability or asset. So many Nigerians eat their tomorrow today just to show off that they are well off. It’s a sorry case.

Bad leadership generate bad followership. Our leaders use corporate public relation to sell dummy to the people! Am saying that again for emphasis. Hear this… the first nigerian ebola importer and victim, the Liberian’s wife living in the US has this to say. Probably because of the impression they have. The husband wanted to be in Nigeria at all cost to get cure even at a time when doctors are on national strike that is yet to be resolved. If the leadership say that’s the best they can offer! Fine. It simply mean your destiny is in your hand. Your comfort, wellbeing and general advancement lies with you and no one else.

What are you buying to sell?

Buy self development. The marketplace is INTERNET.

So that sooner or later, you’ll become a man or woman people will sought after.

Buying liabilities like most people does will make you corrupt and that definately will not help you or any other person at the end of the day.

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