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  • So So Cory's Yeah, We want motive in mind to set beans, ruin.

  • Just wait till today to drive my points across.

  • Now something phenomenal happened during my practice days.

  • I was on call on Christmas Day and the particular patient was brought in from worry.

  • I mean, have you no worry from Delta Steep?

  • I was the only house off his own call on that day.

  • And it was a Christmas day like I mentioned before.

  • So you can imagine I was thinking about the rice and chicken I was gonna miss.

  • So unfortunately for the institution I was working in, we did not have a functional vent a little in the entire hospital.

  • You know what a ventilator is?

  • It helps just sustained respiration.

  • When a patient kind of do it on his own.

  • We had an intensive care unit that he didn't have a single function of inter leads.

  • Or now what used to happen was that house officers will be made toe amble back patients manually for 5 to 8 hours in turns.

  • We're taking turns to do that, and we're doing it in silence.

  • We didn't want the entire world to know now in the emergency unit embedded C section.

  • We had an anaesthetic machine that could simulate.

  • Or you could you could, in a way, make it act like event a little for a very short period of time.

  • So when this patient was brought in, I knew we didn't have events Little.

  • So I quickly called my superior because he had fallen from a height, had fractured one of his one of the vegetable bones.

  • You know, I don't want to go into technical details on dhe.

  • He couldn't breathe on his own, so we had to put him on a vent a little.

  • So I called my superior.

  • They put him on the anaesthetic machine because it was shell, you know, show the or a giant sharp brought him from worry.

  • And they had this fancy techie vented little that the guy was on for the trip.

  • So he had to take the ventilator back.

  • So we put the guy on on the anaesthetic machine and sure left.

  • So he was on that machine for a couple of hours.

  • Trance transferred to I C.

  • U.

  • And I had to leave to go to I c u Amber back him for eight hours in other words, for eight hours, I was just doing this right now.

  • Three days later, there was a clinical review, and during the clinical review, I heard that patient had died.

  • Now, when I heard because I knew his name because I was with him for eight hours straight.

  • So I acts myself this question.

  • Could it be possible that somebody who was Amber begin for probably 5 to 8 hours, slept off now, slept off, couldn't number back further, and the patient died.

  • So right there in the clinical meeting, Because as a medical student I had on entrepreneurial mindset.

  • I knew I wasn't gonna practice medicine House job, was it for me?

  • My future was already been planned, and I was moving in that direction, so I didn't know anybody any responsibilities.

  • I wasn't gonna bet anybody for residents in the hospital, so I had to speak out.

  • So I put up my hand and I said something, and I was like my distinguished consultants, my distinguished senior, discharged and destroyers.

  • I would like to see that this is disgraceful.

  • And instantly all heads turned to the back because we let the back of the house officer How's Saturday?

  • Back.

  • So who is this bloody house officer who has the guts to tell us that what we had doing is wrong?

  • So he looked at me and I talked with all confidence that look, the time has called for us to think innovatively.

  • If the government is not providing ventilators for us, we have to think innovatively about how we can create solutions to this problem.

  • Patients can't keep dying right here.

  • And I was told to shut up.

  • Sit down.

  • But I made my point.

  • Now what would you say?

  • Nigeria is a key or technician?

  • Yes.

  • Well, all right.

  • Um how does the world seals?

  • How do you think the world sees us?

  • I'll tell you how they see us with passionate disrespect.

  • This was in Luxembourg.

  • I'm the one sitting at the Francona, the only black man in that place.

  • It's a global business meeting in Luxembourg was hosted by the government of Luxembourg.

  • And I was one of those invited to speak.

  • But something happened the night before this happened.

  • In fact, I didn't want to speak anymore because of the treatment I got on the streets of Luxembourg.

  • I got into my hotel.

  • I want to take a walk that I got a garden in the evening.

  • I don't take a walk to just see the city center.

  • And I got two in Boston show because I was tired and had to go back to my hotel.

  • I met an American lady who was going to my hotel, so she was given directions.

  • So what?

  • We got talking.

  • She acts me, axed her where she's from.

  • She says she's from the United States.

  • She acts the way I'm from, and that was the mistake.

  • I said, I'm from Nigeria.

  • Have a loud voice, Little I said.

  • I was from Nigeria.

  • There's a lady standing in front of me who immediately turned around and screamed out.

  • Nigerians are criminals!

  • You guys are terrible!

  • And I was like, What is going on now?

  • I looked around.

  • I was the only black man in the whole Boston.

  • I looked around, Father.

  • I was the only black man on the whole block.

  • Now there's a white lady screaming Criminal thief.

  • Nobody's gonna ask what exactly she talking about.

  • He's a criminal.

  • He's a thief.

  • I probably support somebody from somewhere.

  • We called the cops on me will pull out of blood.

  • So I assessed the situation thoroughly.

  • Luckily for me, my passport, my invitation lets us signed by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg was in my pocket, so I pulled it.

  • I give the signal that I wanna pull out.

  • So we gotta pull out a gun.

  • I would pull out something from my pocket, and I pulled it out and showed how the letter that she looked at it and she comes out and then I wasn't coming on.

  • I said, you know, call everybody.

  • You seen both stations, thieves and criminals.

  • I turned it up on her because I was really upset.

  • And when I got back to my hotel for the first time, I felt black.

  • There's a hotel.

  • I came in with all confidence.

  • I didn't care who was there, but for the first time, assess the hotel and there was this glass transparent, whatever.

  • You know, in front of the hotel, you could see everybody inside.

  • And I discovered that there was no black person sitting there.

  • It took me, like, 10 minutes to get myself together.

  • I got in.

  • I didn't prepare for this summit anymore.

  • Went to my room shut down my laptop slept to the next morning.

  • I went straight to the chairman of the event and told him that I wasn't gonna participate.

  • I wasn't feeling it.

  • Hey, sat down, sat me down.

  • We talked about it and that was it.

  • I ended about speaking the event.

  • I know that.

  • But the truth of the matter is were fueled by a lot off people around the globe with passionate do suspect.

  • How many of us saw what happened in South Africa just a few weeks ago?

  • A few months ago, it was terrible.

  • It's the way we are seeing how many of us have heard about the Ghanaians deported Nigeria's and closing Nigerian businesses.

  • It's the way we are scenes, the way we have packaged our bread.

  • This has to change now.

  • Just a few days ago, my driver was taking me for a meeting.

  • It was just after the South African rounds, and I said I had to do something.

  • We parked somewhere.

  • I think he was a day after my driver told me, Doctor present to tell you something else, like what he was like yesterday.

  • That was the day of the riots.

  • He was coming to, um, he was passing through the airport road.

  • You know, there's a shop right around along that route person shoe there.

  • And he said people your guys young, energetic guys wanted to stop the car and get him out and probably take the car or mean him.

  • And for the first time, what he was saying that I realized something.

  • I assume looking at everybody here.

  • You're looking all good.

  • You look, your skin is looking fresh.

  • Probably came too fantastic are here.

  • Let me tell you something.

  • If there is another trigger that angers the people, I understand this.

  • Those boys on the streets cannot have access to Jamal via Jim.

  • O'Dea has security around him.

  • They wouldn't go that they can have access to 20 in the middle.

  • They can have access to dog a ticket.

  • Don't have access to any governor.

  • Who do you think released use money or or has ripped them off?

  • The resources and the opportunities they have Or they should have had.

  • Do you know who they would come after?

  • They know where your kids are.

  • They know where the school.

  • They know the cause.

  • You, right?

  • Like after he said that you don't need me that look our mentality as a group of people who by one way or the other we have certain privileges attached to our name.

  • But we have rocked for this privileges were still money Well, when our paths of those who tipped the resources of this country But use of the matter is when push comes to shove, those boys will not be asking those questions.

  • They will pull you out of a prodigy.

  • Panda will slice your truth.

  • So we have to do something now.

  • And I mean now.

  • No, most of us are appearance told us.

  • Your parents told you that when you you know you go to school, you know you read a good course.

  • There's a job waiting for you.

  • Everything relies on go right to the traditions in this slide.

  • All right.

  • Natural endowments, competitiveness and market competitiveness.

  • Jury natural advantage, liberal way.

  • People with bread and 17 you let the fire into the culture of the bad blood with single breasted natural.

  • Obama's living my breath.

  • Exactly those letters and exactly let other countries still we back in 2000 and one in the nineties, he talked about the transition from the old model to the new model.

  • That is where your role now comes in.

  • In the old model, it was like God meant drives economic development to policy decisions and incentives.

  • It was all about government was all.

  • What about what government could do.

  • That is why your parents told you that when you graduate government to provide a job for you, government would do.

  • This.

  • Desert is.

  • But don't worry, my son.

  • Very soon the government will come and do it.

  • People have bean people out losing jobs that don't worry.

  • The government will provide jobs.

  • That's what we heard.

  • But the new model, which has become more evident even today, is that economic development is a collaborative process involving government at multiple levels, companies, teaching and research institutions.

  • Private sector organizations on outcome driven nation builders added that this is Professor Michael Porter.

  • Slide is not my style profit.

  • If you see the slide on YouTube, I give you credit.

  • All right now, I added, This is mine outcome driven nation builders, you know?

  • Yeah, and I would explain what that means.

  • Who are ours can build our contribution Builders.

  • They are passionate, organized social innovators aggregated around a common goal.

  • Now tell you the story about the party.

  • I went house surrounded, A friend of mine who father is a billionaire.

  • I went to top of meeting with him and he just told me his birthday was the next day invited me.

  • So I said, OK, I'll co that day.

  • I had a meeting so I could just spend, like, 10 minutes in that place and get out.

  • So my driver took me to his estate.

  • I got in there.

  • I just told my driver keep the engine running the most.

  • I'm not spending too much time.

  • It's gonna show my face and get out.

  • So what I got in just a few friends, a few friends of here We're having a conversation on 18 and all that, you know, very light music Composition was going on now.

  • The conversation was about the state of Nigeria.

  • Okay, so when I when I got in, I listen to the conversation a bit like us where this guy let him see my face.

  • So he saw me, whether the chit chat.

  • But he insisted I sat down.

  • You had something to eat and that was going on.

  • So I listened more to the conversation and we're talking about the part problem about in Nigeria and I just affecting their businesses.

  • There are big boys in there, so they're talking about the part problem had affected their businesses, how it's affecting their bottom lines on Noel, that productivity and all that.

  • I wasn't saying a word.

  • I didn't contribute a torso.

  • Somebody noticed I wasn't seeing something and said, Uh, excuse me, why you no say in anything you have blurry boy and I was like, What?

  • Why would you see that?

  • Because you're saying anything.

  • We're talking about the part problem and you have, like, a set of work.

  • But I kept quiet.

  • So my guests I was the one who pushed my buttons.

  • It was like he noticed exactly something.

  • The day I came to his house, where he talked about a national problem and I didn't say anything.

  • I knew that wasn't we had a partnership with daily chores to do the third edition.

  • I refused to do it because I'd had enough.

  • It was just I don't build talk shops.

  • I have heard enough now strategy to what's the next thing in line it had to be alternative power generation.

  • That's the only way Nigeria can leapfrog.

  • So you know what I did?

  • I thought about this for four months.

  • After my last event.

  • Thought about it, I drew about an engineer.

  • I ju a set up in my phone.

  • I used notes in a Samsung Galaxy note.

  • I was asked myself, Electricity be generated from water and I got into YouTube.

  • I found a young man called Michael Nelson had his name.

  • I found a young man called Indica.

  • Nelson found him on Facebook.

  • Sent him a message that I wanted to meet with him because I was having a meeting with the Minister of state for trade and investment at the time the foreign minister, just before that, before this current one, I wanted to take a group of York innovators on exposed them to the government because the way within my second of influence, I could do something about it.

  • So I called the minister that look, I am bringing setting people and I'm bringing the media aren't exposed in a vision.

  • So I called him a cardinal sin and another guy who booted drone.