A modern-day molue that is electric, comes with air conditioning and costs about half the price of a competitive bus. We should be looking to supply the likes of London Regional Transport with red versions of these vehicles
 Flatscreen TVs that you can hang on the wall like clocks
 All-in-one iPads and mobile phone sets
 A combined microwave/toaster
 Tinned jollof rice packs that can rival Heinz baked beans
 Rain-proof agbadas
 Head ties that open up as umbrellas when you want them to
 Insulated Isiagu attires that self-inflate and can turn into overcoats, preventing the need to take a coat out with you
 Air conditioned bus stop booths that are portable and can be installed anywhere on earth
 All-in-one cement, gravel and sand mixed packs that can halve production costs
This is the kind of innovative thinking required to get us out of our current debacle. I am waiting for someone to tell me how else we can turn the corner by any other way than manufacturing.
Nigeria needs a genius at its helm if we are to combat all these ills within a decade as by 2050, we will be the third most populous nation on earth. We need to be prepared to think the unthinkable and do the impossible if we want to get out of this rut.
From what I can see, that message is yet to sink in. My people, including all the 2023 presidential candidates, are under the illusion that it can be business as usual.