Yeah technology entrepreneur will ever and forever rule in Africa as regard the present situation of Africa countries, although technology had been a neglected means of surviving in Africa for decades’, basically depending on petroleum and crude oil, but of recent there has been drastically change in the latter. Technology entrepreneur is a vital business, growing from one range of perspective to another depending on the location or the environment. Technology had covered widely almost all the businesses in Africa, especially in the urban areas, where the uses of computers are highly used and encouraged. Apart from it only disadvantage of the bad internet connection in Africa, most especially in Nigeria, it is the best, most comfortable and fastest means of reaching out to people. Being a startup founder of technology anywhere in the world is incredibly hard, but in Africa, it’s a special kind of organized chaos.
Research has shown that there will soon be a matter between life and technology featuring a lot of voices. Africa is really rising in term of technology, because no day goes by without no news about technology in Africa. All the technologist in NGOs, UK, US and Asia are all thinking of the strategy to use in exploring Africa continent, in regards to technology entrepreneur in Africa, because currently Africa is the hottest date in the continent. Technology is having a transformative impact on people’s lives all over the world. As far as am concerned technology had really improved life drastically, like in rural Togo a farmer can get real time information on market prices in the capital through a cellular phone in Accra, Nigeria entrepreneur who in past were unable to get a dial tone on their landline telephones can now connect immediately using internet telephone. The real deal that has placed Africa in map of technology is the extraordinarily growth of technology hubs places where coders, hackers, entrepreneurs and just plain geeks can come together to create new digital products and set up businesses.
it’s obvious that the next Silicon Valley or mark Zuckerberg is already waiting in Nairobi, Nigeria or Accra. Not with standing some countries in Africa lack confidence in doing things for themselves which is refer to as passive colonization, in as much as we have talented creative people in Africa, there is an intellectual weakness amongst Africans and a lack of talent and a deficit of trust. I think that all the technology companies that have come into Africa, yes there is a market place here that they want, but also they want to be part of what is happening. I think that entrepreneurs can work with the multinational companies I think that entrepreneurs can learn from the multinationals just like multinational company can learn from entrepreneurs and this will bring about rapid development in entrepreneur technology.
I think that all the technology company that has come into Africa wants to be part of what is happening they want to learn from it, they want to teach it. it is a give and take. And that is really great and I think we will continue to learn and see how best we fit in and not impose too much of ourself in technology entrepreneur.