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Date: Wed, 19 May 2010 10:17:19 +0000

Name: Agbogun James Otejiri

Date Of Birth: 27 July, 1979.

Adress: Savona, Italy..



The Project shall be treated under the following titles: Place,…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 19, 2010 at 10:00am — 6 Comments


Crop Option For Farmers In Benin

Farmers in Benin are mostly into the cultivation of cassava and seasonal Maize. While most of them concentrate on this Crop, a minute number are into cultivation of other crops such as Plantain.

Plantain cultivation is very lucrative. You see the advantage by comparing the returns of cassava farmers to those of plantain farmers. While Cassava farmers continue to toil the soil without a change in their initial status, Plantain farmers…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 17, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments


Peter Edmunds believe that Jobs and resources are scarce as such began to teaching the use of Solar energy for cooking. He began to teach Border Partners how to utilize alternative technologies to boost their area's standard of living since Desert sun is plentiful in the region. One example is the teaching of Mexican Teens how to construct Solar Oven in School hot lunch program.…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 17, 2010 at 1:11pm — No Comments



I shall host a large scale Cloud-Seeding event in The Sahara dessert. And shall ask the entire planet to mimic the process by seeding the clouds in the most dry region of their countries so that rain shall fall on that day in Drought infested regions of the World.

The event Shall be a Worldwide dislay of abundant water. It will be such that I shall encourage people to come out and wet themselves in the merryment of Water falling…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 17, 2010 at 12:15pm — No Comments


In Alliance With Water 1st. http://www.water1st.org/index.html

The need to follow up the activities of the water 1st organization warranted my enlistment to her news letters. Also, I have joined Water First on facebook so that I could make all necessary contributions.

Informations from the activities of the Organization will direct my plans for volunteer work.

Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 17, 2010 at 11:53am — No Comments


Water 1st Project

One of its event: Water 1st-Beer Second, is inspiring considering that water is essential for life whereas, Beer is optional. As water and Beer are simultaneously at the disposal of certain men, others live in the absence of the former. It becomes important that the first people decides to give water to those who do not have it befor econsidering the less important consumption of Beer.

As the rest of us shout aloud at the alarming state of tasty people in…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 16, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments



I saw this example and realised that the practice is spreading spontaneously. For I do not think the Kenyans consulted with Nigerians, vise versa.

In Nigeria today, cell phone recharge cards are used to effect swift money transfer. The sender buys the recharge card say five hundred Naira, scratch it and send the pin number to the receiver through text message or phone call. The receiver there after sells the pin to a public mobile phone service operator…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 12, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments



I have always wanted my own share of Solar battery Charger. This task became an opportunity to get one. Though i have checked for it in physical stores to no avail, it seemed very abundant in cyberstores. Hence I ordered for a piece.

It was a very swift process that required the Visa Card number. Soon the charger was paid for with the click of a button. After receiving the Charger, I began to wonder what this means for the future.

I was…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 12, 2010 at 10:00pm — No Comments


Breaking News: Development of a strange Banking system called "The Cash-Barter system"

The Cash-Barter Bank (TCBB) is founded by the people of Igun, Nigeria to make money, material or service available to the common man.

The operation of the Bank is in a form of a middle man. Costomers are required to deposit material such as a portion of their harvest, points are given depending on the ratio of weight to actual market price of the commodity, and the…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 12, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments


  • WHICH great challenges and social problems should the EVOKE Network tackle next?
  • The EVOKE Network should tackle conflicts around the World.

  • WHERE in the world should the network try to build up new EVOKE communities?
  • In the The Middle East

  • WHO would you encourage to play Season 2?
  • Though everybody should play the game, I would encourage young people from the Middle East to participate…

Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 12, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments


Ushahidi could be applicable to election fraud and violence in Nigeria by presenting usable data on ballot box snatching, places where there were violence and attacks on innocent voters.

Ushahidi can also be useful in sensitization and orientation of the people by the electoral body. It can also go a long way to curb the problem of missing names in voters registers.

Most of the malpractices during elections are carried out in the rural areas where communications and security…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 11, 2010 at 4:46pm — 2 Comments


Fund 40 Women’s Micro-Credit Loans in Ghana is a self help project that comform with my values which is that the power of development of local people should be placed in control of their own destinies. But this project requires loyal support.

The simple components of my approach shares some unique characeristics with a oroject of this nature. Hence, it becomes pertinent that I include it as part of the Agenda.

Eventually, say in the year 2020, With my vagirous support,…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 11, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments


Am donating to this project: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/fund-40-women-s-micro-credit-loans-in-ghana/ because it is aimed at giving a support which place the women in control. I hope the little will go a long way in ensuring self empowerment for the women.

Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 11, 2010 at 12:41pm — 1 Comment


Engaging Men and Boys as Partners in Creating Gender Equality http://www.unfpa.org/public/news/pid/4996 It is essential to state that boys are also prone to disempowerment as evident in the Ibo people example.

The Ibo people of Nigeria are inclined more towards educating the girl child and giving the boys out to be tutored by a trader. Ibo boys apprentice are rampant all over Nigeria. They are expected to serve their masters for…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 11, 2010 at 12:22pm — 1 Comment


Facebook is a good place to spread the Information since we are connected to our friends and they are connected to other people so that the Information will go out in Amplification.

I will paste the following Information on my Facebook page as well as those of my friends and will advice and convince them to paste it on those of their friends. The Information is thus:

1Behold an Outbreak of a new flu pandemic

2.Take responsibility to spread the information to…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments


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Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments


The Day Of Evokation!

The people of my community are all gathered proudly celebrating a success that every other person believed to be exclusive of the foundation they laid. Why not, considering how wide spread the experiment that began in this village?

They are so joyous that people all over the world can point to their village as the first place where the recent popular practice-that is rapidly changing the face of the World-began. But as they role out the…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments


NEMA: http://www.nema.gov.ng/resp&recov.htm is the only Urban resilience plan that could be sighted in Nigeria. Disaster such as flooding is a bedevilling situation that the people had to face every rainy season. After each round of lament, the same event repeats itself without any concrete solution in place. Now that Urban resilience is on the table, i know no city where I could point to Urban resilience plan in Nigeria. Even NEMA…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 2:30pm — No Comments


Where are you?
It is March 10, 2020. Am living in a quiet Town called Igun in Southern Nigeria.
Am eating Egusi Soup and pounded Yam with members of my family, Workers and Friends; as a Routine since the Bulk of the food is from my immediate Backyard. The Fish was caught from my pond; the chicken meat was obtained from the Poultry I built on top of the pond as a source of chicken droppings feed for the Fishes; the vegetables, Pork meat, Snails, and other products were…

Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments


In the year 2010, I will be living in a traditional Urhobo Village (in Southern Nigeria) called Igun. This village is one of the few places around the World that still retains most of the traditional features associated with pre-colonial communities. People tend to see it as retrogressive as evident in the existence of so many mud houses. But I see a future where the same mud could be used to build better and cheap homes that will contain all the basic utilities associated with modern cement…


Added by Agbogun James Otejiri on May 10, 2010 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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