Africa’s great Bloggers Making waves across the Globe.
What do come in your mind anytime the name Africa is mentioned? Hunger, disease, war, Terrorism, poverty, monkeys etc. These are a few of what many think is what make up Africa. Hahahaha! That is funny!
The reality of what happens is far from what is being portrayed. I quite remember one of my lovely readers once sent me an email asking me whether internet is available in Africa and she has learnt that most Africans spend less than $3 per day.
I was a bit perplexed by her question but wasn’t all that shocked since it all boils down to the fact of what most foreign media tends to portray Africa as one continent filled with some senseless beings. Pardon my language please!
My reply to her was simple, you’ve sent someone an email and you’re still wondering whether the internet is accessible here. How on earth will I get a gmail account without internet? Hahaha!
Her second question being why most Africans spend less than $3 per day came as no surprise as well. What is the use of spending more than $3 per day when it’s simply enough. I mostly spend less $3 a day myself and it’s just more than enough.
My breakfast made up of ‘HAUSA KOOKO’-(porridge) made from organically grown millet or sometimes Milo-(made from cocoa) will cost me 30 pesewas equivalent to 15 cents because if I dare buying 50 pesewas equivalent to 25 cents, I’m likely to be laughed at and it will be something I can’t even drink all.
Because that will be two bowls full. Hajia Muni’s ‘HAUSA KOOKO, is well enjoyed along with bread. And that loaf of bread costs me 50 pesewas. Yes, mind you, I didn’t say half a loaf but rather the full loaf costs me that. That’s just the beautiful of Africa.Breakfast costs me mostly 80 pesewas and that of course is equivalent to 40 cents.
How much is a bottle of coke at your end? Here, at least at my end, it costs me one cedis to enjoy my iced chilled bottle of coca-cola. So it funnies me the most when the world appears to have a problem with most Africans spending less than $3 per day. Hahahaha!
Please don’t leave. For today’s post isn’t about Africa but rather great Africans who are making waves across the globe with their blogs. Let me chip in this, I guess if I were not created an African, the best place I would have wished to be would have being India. Hahaha!
The first name which readily comes in mind is the name Enstine Muki with one lovely blog by name Emfastincome. And he’s of course living up to those income levels as well. What makes Enstine Muki so special is the fact, this is a guy from a country which is well-known to be a French-speaking country. I mean Cameroun but yet still, he blogs and write in English. Impeccable English for that matter. There is no doubt that of course to the fact that is among the elites in this blogosphere when it comes to blogging. There is one quote on his blog which I like the most and it goes like;
”I will really advice against messing around with what you are unfamiliar with.Your blog is your business so do not handle it with levity.”
Next on list is the name Oluwaseun Babajide aka King Babajide. A Nigerian with an Msc in Mathematics but here he is with a well known blog by name sbabzy.com. King, even though a Nigerian is based somewhere on the land of the Queen but still continues to write on issues pertaining to Africa. He is an intellectual and an elite in blogging. He took the blogging world by storm and within few months, cemented his name in this blogosphere as well. Mind you, this isn’t in any form of ranking or whatsoever but rather stipulating what in my opinions are the greatest bloggers in Africa. Good!
I now do understand why I never believed it when my mother told me my twin brother died. Hahahaha! You know why I didn’t believe her? Because I think I’ve seen my twin brother somewhere in Nigeria. He goes by the name Gilbert Samuel. Samuel the Viral Writer is the CEO of Viral Writer. He has amazing writing prowess and has achieved a lot with his bog within just 90 days. Even though he claims to be a Nigerian, I doubt it. Hahaha. You’re a Ghanaian Sammy!
Nwosu Desmond is the name next. He is the Editor in Chief of Net media Blog. I doubt whether any compilation will ever miss this name. Nwosu is a freelance writer with loads of informative articles on his blog. Making him one of the elites in this blogging industry.
Babanature is his name. Yes, I mean the founder of Onenaijablog. I taunt him as the blogger.com King with lots of insightful articles on Blogging.My real name is MOMOH BABANATURE YAKUBU but I am well known and preferred to be addressed as Babanature and I am the owner (CEO) of my lovely blog Onenaijablog.com. I am from Nigeria; I currently reside in Lagos state. A researcher by profession but a blogger enthusiast.
Adesanmi of Adetechblog is one individual which can’t be left out as well. He has attained many strides ever since he entered what well call blogging. Next on the list is a Nigerian as well. It appears the Giants of Africa really enjoy blogging a lot. Look at him! He is the brain behind Blogging Tips Today not Yesterday. Hahaha!
Next in line is is a Registered Nurse turned entrepreneur, freelance writer and blogger. He currently lives in Bonny Island, Nigeria. He started blogging in December, 2009 and ever since has not looked back. He is the man behind Bizsuccess Guide. He has been sharing his knowledge in various fields with his followers online. He is a Platinum Expert author on Ezinearticles. Efoghor hopes to do his best to give you the information he has and leave you to leverage on them to take your business to the next level of success. He tries as much as possible to give you great and unique content that would reposition you in whatever area of interest you have chosen to ply your trade.
Theodore Nwangene is on the list as well. The Top Blogging Coah guy can’t of course be left out. He is a source of inspiration to many bloggers and has achieved a lot in this blogosphere with those stunning articles.
That guy from Thatnaijablog.com with his name being Nosa E. Nosa is on the list as well. He is one enthusiastic blogger from the shores of Nigeria as well.
Even though it appears our Nigerian bloggers are dominating when it comes to blogging, other names such as Ameyaw Debrah of Ameyawdebrah.com can’t be left out. Obasi of Obasimvilla is another great blogger as well. The name Pst Blss of Oracleblogger can’t be as well be left out. There are numerous of them! My good friend Temilola and his health save blog, Mr. Emebu, Mr. Pst etc are all among the elites in blogging. And not forgetting my good old friend Kulhead of Kulhead.com and Cephas Kofi Betadayz of Hyping Ghana.
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