Nigeria needs to groom great managers to lead companies or start businesses later in their career…
Tayo Oviosu

You couldn’t have said it any better. When I think of how the first generation (1989–1998) of software and hardware companies in Nigeria strived with the kind of entrepreneurs they had compared to what I am seeing now, I feel hopeless.

We are presently being destroyed by our attitude, mentality and illusion of knowledge. Until we “disrupt” this culture, our fears will surely come pass.

A word is enough for the wise.

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