Comments

Comment on: Alyoom_Yallah
July 12, 2017 15:12

Hi Eman,
Good concept you have up here, wish you success in it.
I just hope you've considered the security of members' funds, so many platforms like this were created in my country around the middle and late periods of last year. Most of which didn't stand the test of time due to fraudulent practices by other members and some admins, others thrived though...Just think on more innovative ways to secure members interest.

Wish you the best...
Kind regards,
Seth

Comment on: Alyoom_Yallah
July 12, 2017 15:12

Hi Eman,
Good concept you have up here, wish you success in it.
I just hope you've considered the security of members' funds, so many platforms like this were created in my country around the middle and late periods of last year. Most of which didn't stand the test of time due to fraudulent practices by other members and some admins, others thrived though...Just think on more innovative ways to secure members interest.

Wish you the best...
Kind regards,
Seth

Comment on: Against drug
July 12, 2017 14:48

Hi Bryan,
I like the motivation behind your idea, I see you're dissatisfied with the current happenings and really want to create a chnage.
Despite the urgency to create this change, I'd advice you be a little more composed and restructure your idea.
For example,be a little more specific and detailed about the app you want to create, it's functionality, and how it will help addicts.

For short, just try and restructure everything,
I see you making a change.

Kind regards,
Seth.

Comment on: Click
July 12, 2017 14:36

Hi Nino,
I like your idea and I wish you success in it.
My only question is "How do you think having Maths and Chemistry as the only subjects for your app be a true way to measure the level of quality education for children?"

Kind regards,
Seth

July 12, 2017 14:17

Hi Talla,
Conrats on the success of your project publication.
I like the concept but my only worry is the innovativeness of it...
How different is your idea to the many other alternatives out there and what's the most innovative aspect of your idea?

Comment on: iSEEK
July 10, 2017 01:15

Brilliant idea Aseel, keep it up!
I love the fact that you want to introduce ease to all the bulky and very tiring process encountered by customers in malls/big supermarkets.

I however will hop that this idea goes beyond just big supermarkets to all other tiring areas of daily living!
Kind regards!!!

July 7, 2017 23:45

Hi Oluwagbenga,
Thank you for your comment, it means a lot to me. I think of this idea as a saviour and rescuer of a generation from poverty and unemployment.

let's just keep our hopes high an expect the best. thanks again for your ENCOURAGING comment!

Seth

July 4, 2017 20:53

Hey Tabitha,
Thanks a lot for your beautiful comment, I also wish that this idea gets the grip its intended for, my hope is for it to move from the idea stage to a workable project.

Thanks again for your comment.

July 4, 2017 14:26

Hi Kupakwashe,
Thank you very much for commenting, I'm grateful you like the idea, it means a lot to me.

Before I attempt to answer your question I'd like to make a few comments on your observations.
First, the idea like you've rightly observed is focused on empowering youth, and teenagers especially. This is due to the overall vision we have to build a sustainable group of productive and solution-oriented youth who will create businesses and other organizations to cater for the prevailing challenges of their immediate community, Africa that is, and the world at large.

Indeed, for a second comment, I'll will say we wish to empower everyone with this idea but the truth is I don't think it's realistic to say an idea (whatever kind) can be created to empower everyone in a community at the same time. I believe there's always the place of segmentation and being specific about the group you intend to reach with your idea. Please do correct me if I'm wrong, I'd appreciate.

However, this idea will eventually reach to everyone over time, through the several employment opportunities the established businesses will create.

In addition to the response to your question, I'd say the impact of this idea on society can be summarized as 'Transforming a fraction of the total dependency ratio of a Nation into a formidable workforce' that is, teenagers being either business owners, investors or employees in established organizations.

This will bring about increased productivity, improved standard of living of people and decreased level of overall dependency of teenagers and youth on parents and government for source of livelihood.

Please do let me know if this has attempted your question in anyway or you need further clarity.
Thanks once more for commenting, hope to hear from you soon.
Seth

June 29, 2017 11:45

Hi Bornita,

I'm really delighted to read your comment, its really beautiful and inspiring. With the way youth migrate? We may end up having our countries filled with only children and the aged! And you know what that means? CERTIFIED DEPENDENCY! But for a whole nation? Oh that will be a night mare, too terrible not to wake up from. I know this is the cry of every Visionary youth and I hope it gets the stage to manifest.

Now to answer your powerful question, I'll say it's going to be really challenging indeed.
I mean with the way the school is ran, everyone has been made to believe in a myth and even parents hold onto it with all they have. Go to school, get good grades, earn a good job and be happy.

Imagine what it would look like to tell a parent who have been investing on his/her child to always get straight 'As' remain on top of the class always being competitive and never losing sight of their books (especially if they have been employed in a high earning job), to now debunk all of those beliefs and embrace the community we intend to create.

Or a school who who have raise a whole lot of students already excelling in different spheres of life using their old curriculum.

True, It's going to be really challenging but it's not impossible. All we need to do is embark on a Champaign to reorient both parents and possible schools about the dangers of the current system and then inform them on the advantages this new one will create for all.

The point is just on making our intentions know to educational boards, schools, parents and even the students.

I hope I have been able to attempt your question. Please do let me know if you have any suggestions, I'd appreciate

Thanks once more for your comment and question.
Seth