Developing Nigeria’s next generations of ICT entrepreneurs .

Developing Nigeria's  next generations of  ICT entrepreneurs

Developing Nigeria’s next generations of ICT entrepreneurs

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The Bucket List of Lanre Dahunsi

” Live,Learn and Leave a Legacy ” – Stephen Covey

I was inspired to write this post after seeing “ The Bucket List” a 2007 comedy-drama film directed by Rob Reiner, written by Justin Zackham, and starring Academy Award-winners Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. The main plot follows two terminally ill men (portrayed by Nicholson and Freeman) on their road trip with a wish list of things to do before they “kick the bucket.” They had both being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer.

The Bucket List of Lanre Dahunsi is listed Below:

Tips on becoming a Language Polyglot.

The Polyglot Project

The Polyglot Project

Polyglot: Knowing,using and writing in more than one language.It is synonymous to being multilingual.

A polyglot is someone that speaks two or more languages. Different people have different reasons for being a polyglot or taking the polyglot journey.

It can be for entrepreneurial reasons,self-expression,adventure-seeking,to find a good job,exploring another culture (In my little exprience as a Language polyglot in the making,different countries and culture have their perspective towards language learning/ polyglotism. (more…)

The OccupyNigeria Movement

The Anti-Subsidy Removal Protest in Nigeria 2012

The Protest in Nigeria

Occupy Nigeria is a series of protests that began in Nigeria on Monday, 2 January 2012 in response to the fuel subsidy removal by the Federal Government of President Goodluck Jonathan.

Objectives of the OccupyNigeria Movement are:



Fuel Scarcity Nigeria Protest

The Occupy Nigeria Movement as being spreading like wild fire in the past one week,from the December 31st 2011 announcement by the Nigerian Government of the Removal fuel subsidy on PMS.
With rising unemployment rate,most Nigerians living on less than $2 a day(84%),insecurity,corruption,lack of infrastructural development,high crime rate and the more recent rising of the Boko Haram sect in the North of Nigeria; one could not but wonder why the government chose these particular time to announce the removal.


The Nigerian spring!

Are we about to witness the Nigerian spring?

Nigeria;the seventh most populous nation and sixth largest producer of crude oil in the world- A nation with growing unemployment rates,abject poverty,epileptic power supply,insecurity and high crime rate and corruption.

The Arab Spring otherwise known as the Arab Awakening, is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on Saturday, 18 December 2010. To date, there have been revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt; a civil war in Libya resulting in the fall of its government; civil uprisings in Bahrain,Syria, and Yemen, the latter resulting in the resignation of the Yemeni prime minister; major protests in Algeria,Iraq,Jordan,Kuwait,Morocco,and Oman;and minor protests in Lebanon,Mauritania, Saudi Arabia,Sudan,and Western Sahara. Clashes at the borders of Israel in May 2011 and the Palestine 194 movement are also inspired by the regional Arab Spring.


The Polyglot Project 2015

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The Polyglot Project 2015 is my goal to speak the 6 official languages(ENGLISH,FRENCH,Spanish,Arabic,Russian and Chinese) of the United Nations on or by December 31st 2015.

According to the plan of action of the project,I will be learning a foreign language per year:
Plan of Action

French – 2011
Spanish- 2012
Arabic- 2013
Russian- 2014

Update- 2011
Learning French in Nigeria

I enrolled at the Nigerian French Language Village  Badagry for a Nine Months Diploma programme in French.

My experience at the Nigerian French Village was fun filled and exhilirating. After spending nine months at the Nigerian French Language Village. I was groomed on the basics of the French Language especially the input and a little of the output side of language learning.