How is Africa telling its Story through the internet? And how is the growth of the internet changing the dynamics for us?

The African society has a culture and our culture is most indemnified in agility and strength of which things are done and activities carried out.

The entire development around Web3 is on growth.

I will continue this tomorrow

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When Seth Godin spread the idea that everyone should blog. I am here in Nigeria and his idea got to me also.

Happy to say I blog everyday.

In this respect, if you have an idea, don’t keep it to yourself rather keep sharing. It will go farther than where you are expecting it.

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The worst part is it takes a healthy amount of Work Hard to make it. But when you work day by day your work levels up hard, so you can meet up with the amount of Work Hard needed.

Whether you spread it thin or faster, depending on your choice, as long as you meet up with the WORKHARD Quota, then you gat be successful

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A lot of Factors sometimes determine our need for extra spaces or extra place.

Our thinking capacity may require that more space be given to us and a lot more.

But one thing is; never deny yourself of some extra space when required.

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Stories are best read when they are complete and they are most interesting when they are to be continued.

The stories of our victories and of the developerments we intend to undertake and the changes we want to make, gets interesting with the challenges attached.

There isn’t so many people willing to do all we intend to do or make the changes possible simply because only a few are only to beat the challenges involved.

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Africa is at a very huge turning points of our history. We are at a time when new structures are being created.

We are at a time when we need to determine what the next 100 years will look like. The entire infrastructure of the future is built on this time.

It’s a Time when we need to stick out our necks and truly make stuffs happen irregardless of whatsoever political and economic threats we may face at the moment.

This is a defining moment for Africa.

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This is my slowest time so far buh ain’t giving up anytime soon.

I have being making short publications for all while but it’s my frustration in face of my many challenges.

The challenges are norm I’m told but mine are taking a different shape.

Will grow beyond everything and just as Tobi Amusan said, I will become unforgettable for good!

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Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.