Now. . .
IMAGINE: African students being able to learn on tablets like their Western or Asian counterparts;
IMAGINE: African students being able to learn from constantly updated textbooks;
IMAGINE: African students sharing information, content, and feelings on their phones, tablets or any device;
IMAGINE: African students learning their countries’ and their continent’s history the way it really happened, not the way others have reported it.
IMAGINE: African students and adults being able to download and read business, cultural, and technological publications—even in remote locations;
IMAGINE: Africans being able to learn about other religions via intelligent data, not through the lenses of bigotry and unfounded hatred.
IMAGINE: African adults being able to express their views about a leader and actually be heard without taking to the streets and crippling their economy?
IMAGINE: Africans in remote locations being able to access a preloaded, common-illness library and view symptoms on their tablets;
IMAGINE an African e-community that was driven by their common values, regardless of the member’s religion, sex, appearance, affiliation, or any other characteristic.
IMAGINE this e-community to become a marketplace, driven by meritocracy and passing out universal values; where cash would no longer be the only currency. A Pan-African e-marketplace that would recognize hard work, that would reward its members in recognition for excelling in their university classes, workplace or for being an asset to your community;
IMAGINE 1 billion consumers waiting for all of these opportunities and more. . .
NOW IMAGINE A COMPANY WHOSE SOLE PURPOSE IS TO PROVIDE THIS DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM AND THESE SOLUTIONS.