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I just got my Voter’s Card

I expected to spend the whole day Nigeria with a population of 180 million people out of which 68.8million registered and were eligible to vote in the 2015 General election. This means only 38 per cent of the country’s population registered with the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) as eligible voters. This percentage is relatively small or […]

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ACCA: I’m done

Update: On 21st January 2019, I published a follow-up article  On the 15th of January 2018, It’s 1 am-ish and I’m still waiting for my final result — P2 — Corporate reporting, P3 — Business Analysis, P4 — Advanced Financial Management, were the last set of exams I wrote in December 2017. ACCA — Founded in 1904, […]

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Branding In Nigeria

Why do the fundamental things seem like extra? Brands were invented to replace face-to-face transactions between the customer and craftsperson. Transactions evolved from “I’ll give you this goat for that pig” to “Can I really trust this jug of Roman wine?” The physics of Brand, Aaron Keller I tried Still nothing No content, It’s been a while since […]

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On Hallelujah Challenge

June 2017 is a month that many Nigerians won’t forget in a hurry. Nathaniel ‘Blow’ Bassey announced by the end of May to praise God from 12 noon to 1 am for the 30 days in the month of June. He urged people to join via Instagram live and left it at that. Fast forward […]

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My experience at Mobile West Africa 2017

There's no shortage of entrepreneurs in Nigeria. No shortage of drive or ambition. People are succeeding inspite of govt not because of it. — Richard Quest (@richardquest) April 28, 2017 I had seen this tweet earlier and said in my mind oh well that true but it was more of mental affirmation than a conviction, […]