|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|
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!