Obama has declared his re-election bid as the leader of the free world.
And a day after the declaration of this bid, he is back to the place that got him to White House. Internet. This time, he is going to the heart of it, Facebook, to hold Town Hall meeting with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. You can submit questions on economy and innovations and other issues.
That is an American thing and what Obama does must not necessarily concern a man in Opopo. My interest is when the big politicians in our nation will do such. Visit iconic institutions and tap the energy of the networks and people. I am seeing Nairaland right now. Nigeria’s Internet giant, Nairaland has a date with destiny. We need to grow it so that it will afford our presidential candidates the opportunities to declare right in its Lagos headquarters. Of course our current President has done well with his Internet savvy. But he will be out then.
From the visionary Seun Osewa, the Founder of Nairaland, his business is the second most African website. Pretty commendable! And who knows what the next four years will bring to him.