From being a rural medical doctor to providing leadership for health care in my country, Nigeria - I have known that the institutions passed on to us from generations gone by are no longer serving us and will definetly be useless in the future. So I have got to challenge the status quo and change things. Yes, even if it means doing it all by myself.
Listening to BBC World Service for several hours a day has been my past-time since I developed an intense quest for knowledge. And I have lived and still living many lives from that expereince, since I can mentally transport myself to different places. But it is technological innovation that has made this encounter more profound. From tuning and fine-tuning a transistor radio along with taking different positions to have clearer reception on a short-wave band - to receiving the broadcast using my mobile telephone relayed via an FM station in Malabo (Equatorial Guinea), while sitting on my couch in Port Harcourt (Nigeria) - means that we should all anticipate progress.
Have you seen a man diligent in his business? He will stand before kings, and not before ordinary men. ~ Proverbs 22:29. Meanwhile, there are plenty of distractions.
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