University College London’s Artwork about our work at RxAll Amazing artwork to depict the journey Adebayo, founder of@RxAll_Inchas gone on after being a victim of falsified medicine himself and his dedication to fight against SF medicines. The overall message of this piece is that his work will be of help to people all around the … Continue reading Solving Falsified Drugs
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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
Drug testing & purchase Data is powerful predictor for pandemics
Drug testing and purchase data on our platform showed significant surge in Vitamin C and Infusion testing and demand . Lead indicator for increased prophylaxis and hospitalization for Covid in the 7 cities we operate in RxAll
Poem: Diamonds like a star
My diamonds shine like a star, that's why you see all on my flexing All these ice on my wrists , a new lexus I got a million on my wrist, got that rollie froze like a twist I earned it so I press it , my diamonds like a star I know how it … Continue reading Poem: Diamonds like a star
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.
UNODC: Falsified medical products: The role of education in tackling this parallel pandemic
Join Adebayo Alonge as he speaks on the United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime (UNODC) panel entitled- Falsified medical products: The role of education in tackling this parallel pandemic
Understanding the DNA of Neo-Colonial State Violence
The fallacy of independence is when so-called citizens think they are citizens when in reality they are simply subjects to their state. Their new conquerors are not in a different shape or form from them. They themselves don't even know what possesses them to perpetuate the colonial subjugation upon those who would otherwise be family. The system they inherited excludes them and gives them a new nature that helps them see themselves as separate and above their masses. It is in the DNA of colonially-inherited state institutions .
Nigeria must work for Nigerians
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.