- Moyo Ogunseinde, an entrepreneur, has analysed what the recent US visa restriction means for the future of Africa
- The analyst said that it is a strong call on the continent to maximise the power of its youths for sustainable development
- Moyo based her position on the fact that Africa has the largest population of the young and upwardly mobile in the world
Moyo Ogunseinde, a real estate developer and entrepreneur, has challenged Africans, especially Nigerians to take the task the recent American visa restriction gave them.
She started her LinkedIn post by saying that it is not enough to be angry about the development but to look inward.
Moyo said that Africa has the highest population of the younger generation needed to drive modern-day development.
The real estate developer, therefore, said that instead of seeing the recent visa limitation as a problem, Nigerians and Africans should see it as an opportunity.
“So when you hear some restriction or the other, know that it is a teething problem. It is the opportunity - and challenge - of youth,” she said.
Moyo also said the development needs to be embraced as it is the best route to change everything about the country and Africa.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that many Nigerians are good representatives of the country in the diaspora and have never stopped being so. Out of that pool is Nemitari Ajienka who has laudable achievements in the academic world.
Ajienka has got distinctions in his Bsc, Msc, and PhD. All that he achieved before he was 25 years old.
The latest achievement the genius got is his appointment as a senior lecturer in computer science at Nottingham Trent University, UK as he becomes the youngest lecturer with that honour in the school.
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Also, a twitter user with the handle @iam_skamal shared a tweet about an unnamed 14-year-old boy and his genius work.
In the post on Wednesday, February 26, the social media user said that the boy was able to build a mansion with carton papers.
The kid finished the intricate work of art all in two days. In the photo, the boy stands behind his handiwork as his schoolmates are afar off in amazement.
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