Nigeria must work for Nigerians

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The #EndSars protests in Nigeria are a sign of wider discontent and anxiety among Nigerian youths for their future. Nigerian youths face an increasing lack of opportunity. #EndSARS is just a symptom of a much wider decay in Nigerian society. The Nigerian government will be well served to listen and accelerate its efforts towards creating a Nigeria that works for Nigerians rather than only for the 0.1% elite & their foreign collaborators.

The Nigerian economy may rise from the ashes by 2030


https://thenationonlineng.net/the-nigerian-economy-to-rise-from-the-ashes-by-2030/ The Nigerian economy may rise from the ashes by 2030 Nigeria is 60 years old. It has so far been through a three-year devastating civil war, two recessions (and now in its third), leadership crisis in form of power switches in six military coups, ethnic divisions and many other besetting challenges. In this opinion … Continue reading The Nigerian economy may rise from the ashes by 2030

Life is a long memory. People always remember. Be Kind.


I was only 9 when I went to boarding school and it was hell. Bullies, hunger and loneliness. Cried every day. Almost gave up. Until one day someone out of the blues saw me by myself on the corridor and offered to allow me play with his stringed beetles. Weird game I thought. And I … Continue reading Life is a long memory. People always remember. Be Kind.

Platforms have right to moderate but no more Section 230 alibi


When I first got on the internet in 2001 it was amazing - a part of life that was free of rules, open and devoid of government. The internet has since left those early days as the real world has found its way there. There are still some relics of the old days in US … Continue reading Platforms have right to moderate but no more Section 230 alibi

When you connect with billionaires, millions start looking different to you.


A half-billionaire in USD gave me 30minutes of his time today and during our chat he asked me how much one of my companies is worth as per our last raise and the amount I mentioned felt like I had sold bits of that company for only some couple cents. I was almost embarrassed to … Continue reading When you connect with billionaires, millions start looking different to you.

How Founders can address immoral recruiting behavior


About a week ago , a member of my team having failed to deliver his task for the sales meeting we had, called me saying he had something to say. He said he was recovering from some 'unknown' illness, which he had informed me about some weeks prior, when he started falling behind on his … Continue reading How Founders can address immoral recruiting behavior

Adebayo Alonge speaks at King’s College London’s 2020 Fight The Fakes Week


Adebayo Alonge will be speaking at the 2020 King's College London Fight the Fakes Week. He will discuss the impact of falsified medicines on Africa's peoples and healthcare systems. He will dissect the role RxAll is playing to solve this problem. And propose how other entrepreneurs can also join the fight.