Many of us enjoyed the humor of the Oga at the Top interview last year. The interview spurred a series of commentaries and criticism for the poor fella. He was clearly inadequate for the interview and did not know half of the answers to the questions posed.
From that interview the phenomenon of “Oga at the Top” became part of Nigeria’s lexicon.
The sad part is that the poor individual lost sight of the fact that he was an “Oga at the Bottom” (OTB) and vested within him was the authority to drive change and excellence in his surroundings. He could have taken his role very seriously and come prepared. He could have shown interest in understanding something as simple as his organization’s web address.
He lost sight of the fact that he has Personal Power. And contained within that personal power is his the ability to make…
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