adebayoalonge explains the concept of panAfricanism and why it is important today for all Africans and their relatives
The weakness of African countries is an existential crisis to the African race and its diaspora. It serves as signpost to legitimize racial oppression wherever Africans go. But increasingly as more new foreigners move into Africa in search of maintaining economic growth in their homelands, Africans will suffer to maintain their dignity in their own lands.
adebayoalonge addresses the social issue of inequality through the concept of time-price. He states that inequality is driven by time scarcity suffered by the poor and middle class. The rich have more time to learn. Therefore they can create new income faster and better by selling goods and services from their new knowledge. He advocates that to solve inequality, effort must be placed in improving the stock of knowledge of the poor and middle class through education and entrepreneurship.
adebayoalonge shares his story and asks young people to "follow your heart, let it lead you", this was my Father's advice to me. I say same to young people figuring out their future.
Building a global tech platform from Africa that solves a huge social problem takes hard work and resilience especially more so when led by a native young African. Achieving some success attracts well wishers, flatterers and haters. How to manage success is key for the young African tech entrepreneur and this riveting article narrates the RxAll journey in managing these intricacies on its path to pioneering the in-situ drug checking industry as a solution to the global fake drugs problem.
Over the last few months, the @rxall has endured a trolling email campaign sponsored by the criminal syndicate behind fake drugs in Africa. RxAll is working hard with enforcement to uncover the identities of those working through an unscrupulous South African based website to negate the great hard work RxAll is doing in Africa and … Continue reading When drug counterfeiters fight back
Noir Blanche created by Adebayo Alonge & Andrew Tidby is an abstraction of paint and color at the intersection of midnight. Photo art created during the 2019 Nuit Blanche represents my view of how now methods of mobile photography allows various aspects of light interact with paint, color, darkness and the painter to create an engaging art form that is at once surprising, disconcerting and all-absorbing.