AI++, Artificial Intelligence’s own language?

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is one of the most interesting subjects in the tech world today, I read earlier in the week that Facebook developers had to shut down an AI because ‘it’ started developing its own language (I called it AI++) that the Facebook developers do not understand. This just sounds like an amazing science-fiction…

Startups Biggest Hurdles, How To Attract Investors

If you are just starting up your company, there are so many hurdles and challenges that you will definitely face during your journey, it doesn’t matter how many years of experience you have in the industry, or how much money you have in your bank account, in fact startups with the fewest amount of money…

How NOT to find a job in Dubai

So many times I receive phone calls and messages from friends and even people that I don’t know asking me if I can help them find a Job in Dubai. I usually refer them to some well-known job portals in Dubai where they can submit their CV and apply for available jobs. But the kind of jobs…

Insurgency in Nigeria: Matters Arising

Insurgency in Nigeria has been around for more than 5 years now. General Elections are just around the corner and we still don’t know if election will hold in the states under emergency and some territories currently under the control of the insurgents.

ASUU vs Nigerian Government: Where is our humanity?

It has been 4 months now since students in Nigerian Universities were kicked out of school by the Academic Staff Union, not the longest stay-at-home order by the Union, but one of the worst ever. I look at this and wonder about so many atrocities befalling the country, security situation, economic woes, epidemic political climate,…

The Travesty of Our Own Woes

At the wake of thoughts about external forces trying to bring us down in whatever means they can. We may not have realized that those external forces are the wings we spread that went far ahead of our sights. In Nigeria, there are children from very low income families that are scattered in major cities,…

A Confused Northerner

The text you are about to read is a letter I sent to Ibraheem A. Waziri in response to his article published on Sahara Reporters which I decided to share here. Please kindly note that you may encounter some grammatical and typo errors. Enjoy. I was a patriotic Nigerian, I used to wear Nigerian colors…

4 days in Sri Lanka

It has been 2 years since I visited Sri Lanka, the memories never fade, I can still remember the lush green trees, the clean and beautiful shoreline, and just how tiny it was. The only thing I regret about the visit was the fact that I have no camera or even a camera phone. The…

Fears away from home

For all those that are currently outside Nigeria, or Kano in particular, you know exactly how I feel, especially if you have friends, family and loved ones scattered all around the ancient commercial city of Kano.

2012: Getting started already

It is yet another brand new year, 2012. I managed to come back to my personal blog and give it a little touch-up, being lazy as usual, I used wordpress and theme by contexture, it is so nice, slick, and clean to my eyes at least. Start going through the website by going to my…