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Kid Bro on the far right. (on his convocation ceremony)
A salient message to the emerging igbo youths.
The truth; we are not very innovative but a majority are great hustlers, but the 21st Century requires “BUSINESS MODELS” & “STRATEGIES”, not hustling.
Inbetween I keep thinking about Nandos. Nandos do essentially sell jollof rice, chicken & salad.. just like brother Nnamdi does in Ikeja (computer village) – but Nandos make >£500m in revenues in UK alone.
*Dump “Hustling” for a sound and well structured thought process.
*Dump Social Media “Trends” and start turning your hobbies and “free time” into a life time career.
*Read books on “Stocks and Bonds” and soft investments.
*Dont put all your funds into leaving Nigeria. Take time to learn about Nigeria and all her geopolitical zones.
* Even if you don’t have a leverage to afford good food. make out time to exercise your body and drink lots of water
*Have you visited your home town?
*Read your Bible, its your biggest tool.
You are born naturals have the ability to easily learn fast and have a body system that adapts to the worst any system can throw at you.
THE AFRICAN NARRATIVES STILL?
While we plan for the future (especially 2019);
we could aswell render less lipservice to the show of shame by the herdsmen and their president.
Perhaps we could do the same to the practitioners of mediocrity from the west. Especially that ugly one in ota
It’s certain from the recent trends in world politics compared to what we do here:
Most of our African leaders have always been fruit-picking, game-chasing wanderers and nomads.
Humanity has since moved on. It is our collective responsibility to rescue the left-behind from primitiveness, not to create an uncultured space for them within a fake civility.