However, I could still also link you to a document that does perhaps some level of justice to the highlights of DAVOS in a more global sense.
THE ROAD TO KIGALI
Here in Nigeria, we have been too sluggish in dealing with our woeful electricity supply deficit. It is too shameful to begin to discuss how poor it has been, and how no visible changes have been made despite all that was promised by the previous governments.
From my observation, it is almost certain that the rulers in Nigeria still DO NOT UNDERSTAND the role that electricity plays in all forms of development, especially the manufacturing sector.
SO WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
I personally have no education in engineering or material science or whatever relates to energy, yet I was trained as a journalist, and I personally became interested and obsessed with solar energy when I realized how much more the sun has been blasting us in the city of Lagos since the last decade.
If you are an economist, or you work in the financial sector, or even if you have developer skills in designing mobile apps, you might want to consider keeping up with this topic in order to learn of what the major policy makers and industry players are actively doing to enable/sponsor solutions that foster inclusive growth or information dissemination on it among the masses.
|Ariana Huffington was perhaps the most engaging speaker at Davos as she touched on a wide range of issues.|
So don’t forget, like I said before, see this as an OPPORTUNITY. Consider the great economist, Adam Smith’s words, and think also of your own selfish interests. Plug in and be connected!