The things that Gideon did. Gideon destroyed the altar of Baal that belonged to his father’s house. Gideon obeyed God and went to battle an army of 135,000 experienced and well armed soldiers with 300 men. Gideon pursued until he killed the kings of Midian. Gideon killed the men of Succoth and Penuel that refused to give bread to his army. Gideon obeyed the Lord. … Continue reading Man like you | Gideon
The things that Moses did. Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt with wonders on his heel. The hand of God was mighty upon him to the calling down of hail, and the killing of the firstborn children of Egypt and the parting of the red sea with all the Egyptian army drowning in it. He got water to flow out of a rock. He … Continue reading A man like you | Moses
Today, institutions are still providing 20th century education to youths who will be facing 21st century challenges.
There is no begging the question of relevance when it comes to education. We cannot keep shortchanging ourselves. Creativity will not come from our current structured systems, which really should be going obsolete. Education has gone beyond physical structures and theories.
We are no longer in the era of rasing engineers; we are in an era of rasing creative entrepreneurial engineers. Continue reading WIMBIZ Annual Conference | Day 1 | Plenary session 2
The new drive for entrepreneurship in Nigeria is remarkable. A good number of young people are in the pursuit of starting their own business ventures and becoming the next Dangote, Tara or Mitchell Elegbe. This is a fantastic development. More than solving market inefficiencies and creating job opportunities, it shows the growing attitude in Nigerians that ‘Things can be better. It is worth a try’. Also quite impressive is the growing number of initiatives to … Continue reading The entrepreneur with a day job