Muhammadu Buhari: Who shall you send to the Nigeria Low Commission in London with a winnowing fork?

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Treatise on to start putting customers first in Nigerian offices, both in the public and the private sectors.

“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”
- Bill Gates


All over the world public sector employment as I have continued to drum it in the ears of the leaders of the world, are highly elastic, whereas, actual creation and availability of jobs in the private sector are limitless, especailly with a creative, imaginative, innovative and inventive leadership - and what is more, what the individual can do for themselves when it comes to job creation and identifying opportunities, both are boundless as every individual on earth, no matter their condition, even those the Nazis had wrongly tagged the "Unproductive National Comrades" (UNC), is a walking factory; a walking business; a walking business house; a walking office; a walking retail park, a walking business centre; a walking business park, a walking shopping centre, a walking shopping plaza, a walking shopping mall, etc.  

It is therefore, my candid submission that individuals the world over don't really, really have to depend on the politicians/Governments who do promise jobs during electioneering campaigns, but cannot deliver on promise, once voted in, and are now faced with the stark economic realities of their nations - and being unable to provide jobs they create the immigration myth and blame the lack of jobs in their countries on innocent immigrants and lately as Mark Joseph Carney, Governor of the Bank of England would have the gullible believe, robots, or they simply manufacture feel good figures to deceive their gullible citizenry!
No doubt, the immigration reality whose ember of fire is being fanned by the Western media is by my reckoning the new Jim Crow!


The times in which we are currently are for individual salvation, where everyone is expected to become the captain of their own destiny and not wait for any goddamned government to provide them jobs.

Job creation by individuals should first and foremost, hinge on the principles of self-reliance with godly contentment as the new definition of success.
And the starting point should be to ask such simple questions as: how do I first help myself, before any help could come from anywhere and anybody, if there's ever going to be one? What can I do to help myself? What can I do best? What is/are my passion/s? What talent/s do I have and how can I go about tapping/developing it/them for the betterment of myself and humanity? Wherein lie/s my competitive advantage/s? Can I team up or partner with some other persons to realize my dream/vision/goal?

The principle that governs this new thinking is hinged on cottage thinking with a motto: START SMALL AND GROW BIG, for if you wait to start big before taking off, you will never get off the ground, so can't fly and soar like the eagle - and in most cases, if you ever get to start big, there's every tendency that you might thin out subsequently!

Starting small means, no one should disregard common labour as Femi Fani-Kayode has done, but would like to delude himself that he is an advocate of the masses, when all of his actions/inactions including his often careless,  haughty and crassly insensitive utterances prove otherwise.


John Odey Aduma was formely Executive Secretary, Foundry Association of Nigeria; Southern Coordinator of President Muhammadu Buhari's pastoralists NGO - THE PASTORAL RESOLVE; Chairman, Editorial Board of the Daily Times of Nigeria Plc; member, National Committee for the Nigerian Youth Festival, 1993; member, core Committee of the National Tecnology Summit and was the Summit's chairman for two of its sub-committees - Publicity and Exhibition, 1998; member of the Administrative Panel of Inquiry set up by President Olusegun Obasanjo to investigate the illegal trade in and smuggling of endagered species of wild fauna and flora into and out of Nigeria, 2003.

He was the Chairman, Planning Committee of the General Murtala Muhammed Memorial Lecture for two consecutive years, 2001 and 2002 before it attained a Foundation status in 2002, having first been upgraded to that status in 2001. General Murtala Muhammed was one of Nigeria's former Heads of State and was killed in the abortive coup led by the then Colonel Buka Suka Dimka on February 13, 1976.

That same capacity saw Mr Aduma delivering huge succcesses during the Daily Times of Nigeria's 75th Anniversary (in which he raked in N6, 000, 000 into the coffers of the Daily Times of Nigeria Plc) and also, playing a similar role in a similar capacity during  Dr Isma'il Babatunde Jose's 75th Birth Day. Dr Jose, doyen of Nigerian journalism was Mr Aduma's personal mentor. That relationship was so close and solid such that whilst Aduma was leaving the shores of Nigeria for Britain in 2003, Dr Jose gave him N10, 000.00.

In 1992, Mr Aduma's contributions to journalism was recognised with  the awards of the Nigeria Media Merit Award as the Investigative Reporter of the Year and the Diamond Awards for Media Excellence as the Reporter of the Year, and also, the British Chevening Scholarship, which saw him studying International Journalism at City University of London in 2003-2004, with specialism in Environment.

Aduma is the author of the inspirational best-seller, THE DIAMONDS ARE HERE and the founder of Vigilance, the World's Leading Security Magazine and Scorpion News Corp, in addition to founding the Nationalists Unity Movement of Nigeria (NUMON).

*To be continued

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