The Bond City is a city created and shaped by a nearly perfect Resource System called GISforAfrica. The Bond City does not only possess highly desirable and nearly perfect qualities in theory but also possess a practically engineered system of achieving near perfection. There is an egalitarian distribution of goods, services and resources; there is … Continue reading Driven by the GISforAfrica System
A society is as rewarding as the production of her education. Hence, the 2017/2018 EduCONNECT Initiative has been engineered to regenerate and revitalise all the facets of the Nigerian and African education system. The EduCONNECT initiative is GISforAfrica’s strategic approach to standardise education and make education exciting. This initiative is about breaking down a redundant … Continue reading GISforAfrica EduCONNECT 2017/2018 The Regeneration of Education
The Bond City is now a reality and I am excited to announce that the 31st day of July of every year starting from 2017 as the Bond City day. It must be said that all the three institutions (EMI, BSDB and 3LX Market) of the GISforAfrica as well as the three offices of the … Continue reading President’s Open letter to her Executives
The Bond City is a city where all needs are supplied aptly and timely, where citizens play important roles in community building, where there is an egalitarian distribution of resources, where there is safe and conducive environment for growth and development, where there are valuable cultural traits, that intuitively rises to balance disturbance and threats … Continue reading The Bond City Has its Socio-Politico-Economic Masterplan well laid out
On the 25th of July 2017, GISforAfrica induced the Bond CityTalk at the Admin Office of the Bond Society for some of her investors. It is a milestone in the GISforAfrica history as this is the fifth GISforAfrica Citytalk and the first strictly for her investors. GISforAfrica has found her way into the sense of … Continue reading Young investors’ investment has yielded
Cost: it depends on the side of the divide that you are, the truth is quality education is costly. The cost for teachers’ wages, researches, teaching aides, excursions and even transportation multiplied with the number of people involved can be an enormous cost. Sometimes the bearer is the person that is being educated and sometimes … Continue reading A view through my kaleidoscope into Education
I feel great and blessed to officially present to you the list of some decisions that have been made by amazing minds in Africa: I want to plant with the best technique and seeds to fight food insecurity. I want to make sure the level of wastage recorded during harvesting to reduce by almost 90%. … Continue reading …more impressed with how the GISforAfrica technology has been helping in making these decisions come out good.