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Wednesday, 7 November 2018

So Charles is visiting Nigeria...

Arrival of the Emir of Kano for the meeting of the traditional leaders with the Prince of Wales, in Abuja on Tuesday. Picture: BusinessDay Media 

Arrival of the Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye  Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II for the meeting of traditional leaders with the Prince of Wales in Abuja on Tuesday. Picture: BusinessDay Media

Arrival of the Oba of Benin, Oba Ewuare II for the meeting of traditional leaders with the Prince Of Wales, on Thursday in Abuja. Picture BusinessDay Media

Etsu Nupe, Yahaya Abubakar, arriving for the meeting of the traditional leaders with the Prince of Wales in Abuja on Tuesday. Picture BusinessDay Media
So Charles is in Nigeria.
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla arrived in Nigeria yesterday for a courtesy visit.

Social Media was awash with the information and the narrative going around and about is that Nigeria is still under colonial rule.

The leaders they speak of will gladly show up at the palace because who will they call, the president of Nigeria will call and say, you are invited to grace the occasion, where the Prince of Wales and his duchess are to be honoured and you will say no.

Only in America will they say no. When you live in a 3rd world nation that has graciously been called developing and you are praying daily that it resembles developing in words and actions, you know what the facts are, even though by faith you can still accomplish great things, you know that everyone will jump at an invitation to dine with royalty.

Working as a social media, every decision I take is strategic. To be able to look at a content and say people will respond to this information and will ignore the other, I jejely used my 'hot brain' (it used to be hot even before I got saved, now it is on a whole new level) and judged that information about the Prince of Wales will sell, seeing as how he has been touring African nations lately, his being in Nigeria will be big news.

I put it out and it caught fire. It did not burn out and it is real classy and real handy information. Let's see how this will change the tide of Nigeria

When royalty visit, good things are happening. May those good things find themselves moving in my direction in Jesus name, amen.

Till next time!

Friday, 12 October 2018

Remake of 'What Does A Senior Executive At Aljazeera Got To Do With The #NASS?'

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So I decided to edit this post and make it readable.

Nasser Al- Saadi, a senior executive in the digital distribution department of Aljazeera Media Network, was chilling in Qatar, attending events, networking with prospective clients and enjoying.

The lovely Qatar weather.


Then one Friday, he decided to check his Twitter. On opening his account, he noticed something strange happening. People from Nigeria were mentioning him continuously.

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He was angry at how these Nigerian folks mentioned him, not knowing who he was and dragging him into something that was totally not his business. So he reacted:

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Some Nigerians didn’t get why the ‘National Assembly’ was responding to them in that manner, some didn’t get it at all and some mellowed immediately they realized they had been tweeting at the wrong person.



When some guys got a hang of what was happening, they began making jokes of it.

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 @toluogunlesi, @mayochris, @nass

Nasser had to succumb to all the jokes from the Nigerian Twitteratti. He even began to make his own!



From the look of things, @Nass doesn’t tweet much. He probably got on his Twitter some hours ago and saw Nigerian handles insulting him and proposing ways he could improve Nigeria as a country. @Nass has incurred about 1,700 tweets in the past 7 days. The poor chap…


We’re sure Nasser had a good time on Twitter today. He has called it a night for those who are still busy tweeting at him.


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Thinking of how smart BMC social media leadership are (the many twitter army under them could as well be bots cos they are morons) and how @nass could be fake, it makes me sad. He's one of the things I find funny about Nigerian Twitter because Nigerians won't let his account be and he's currently embracing his reluctant fame with grace.

Photo credit: Topsy on Twitter

Amazing song, Friday state of mind!

Spirit, lead me.
Great song!

Friday, 14 September 2018

Why the gifts of the Spirit should be activated in you?

This story blows my mind
All the misunderstanding is still worth it

The first five minutes make it all worth it.
I am just going glory!

God knows who we are and who all the 7 billion people are on earth
and He cares.

I know
The intricacies
It's hard, but its worth it

Yes you need to allow the fruits flow through you
It's easy with the help of the Holy Spirit.

Nurture the gift that is in you by Jesus Christ
Let people wonder about the Lord when they meet you
probably seek Him for themselves

The people in your life or people that you meet daily
God wants to meet them through you

Will you be His ambassador?
Will people see Him through you?

You might not know it all
But He will take your hands and lead you to be able to do all that He has called you to

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

See what a Kenyan has to say about Nigeria

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How come you enjoy Nigeria so much?
With the headline above, she has 7.7K views on Quora.

Her name is Wanjiku Jørgensen. She is a Journalist, Mother, Travel, Dreamer, Doer, Photographer and a Kenyan living in Denmark, raising two Afro-Vikings while working to make my dreams come true. Oh, I'm a trained war journalist, but my objectivity checked out when the sensitivity of motherhood checked in.

Nigeria has helped put Africa on the map, in a very positive way.
Most Nigerians are charismatic, boastful, ambitious, aggressive people. I think the over-population in the country pushes before to become more than average. They go for what they want!
Nigeria has produced and continues to produce great academic minds, artists, musicians, just to name a few.
Some of the most famous African writers and musicians are from Nigeria.
Think Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda, Fela Kuti, again, just to name a few great Nigerian minds.
Nollywood, Nigerian version of Bollywood, has been a pioneer in making African films portray characters that embrace their culture - quirks and all.
Naija, Nigerian music, has spread throughout Africa, making us not only jam to music whose words we barely understand, but also appreciate that African music can rule the airwaves.
Nigeria is like that older sibling, who encourages you to be bold in your identity.
Nigerian parents are also fond of giving their children usual names. Fountain, blessing, light. Heck, they had a president who goes by the name Goodluck Jonathan.
Unfortunately, when Westerners think of Nigeria, the first thing that comes to mind are the online scammers and swindlers.
But trust me. Nigeria is more robust than that negative identity.

Sunday, 12 August 2018

I picked her because she has almost 11 million views...

I liked how she dealt with the negative comments on her video #FacingMyFears

I just watched this video and it's totally cool
I am a social media manager so you know I am addicted to traffic
I even wrote a book about it
You can find it on Amazon
It's free on Kindle 

Download here.

But you can also buy it and help my hustle

Enjoy the video
I like her cos she's interesting and Nigerian
I am patriotic like that.

Monday, 9 July 2018

NRM Set To Launch #NotTooPoorToRun Campaign Ahead of 2019 General Elections

In the face of various political activities ahead of the 2019 general elections, permutations have kick started as politicians and political parties strategze to either gain power or retain it.

While the money bags are busy spreading money here and there, the young emerging leaders are left with nothing but their dreams and sincere aspirations. The biggest challenge facing them is lack of funding for electoral consultations and campaigns. Reason why great minds with incredible leadership skills always shy away from politics because they think they do not have the finances needed to face the fraudulent money bags in the system. 

Most of the time these young leaders don't even have money to buy nomination forms which are always too exorbitant for the average Nigerian. This in itself is a deliberate plan by the old gladiators to keep recycling the themselves in the corridors of power. 

With the passage of the #NotTooYoungToRun Bill into law, the young and patriotic people of Nigeria are optimistic that the right time has come for them to take center stage in providing the leadership that Nigerians have earnestly waited for. With the challenges of financing ahead of them however, it became necessary that a step be taken that will activate the capacities of young people irrespective of their financial backgrounds. This is why the #NotTooPoorToRun campaign was initiated as an activation response to the #NotTooYoungToRun law.

The #NotTooPoorToRun campaign, an initiative of The National Rescue Movement (NRM) which will be officially launched in a couple of weeks, seeks to provide an enabling platform within the party for young aspiring leaders by granting nomination forms/tickets in all electoral categories free of charge to all aspirants in the 2019 elections. 

Addressing newsmen recently, the National Chairman of the party, Senator Saidu Dansadau said; 

"This initiative became necessary because if governance continue to remain in the hands of crooked money bags, then the hope of achieving a better Nigeria will remain an illusion forever. This is because humble, true and sincere Nigerians will never have the chance to serve their Nation politically".