8 Things Gen-Z Nigerians Should Be Able to Accomplish in a Day

February 20, 2022

Since Gen-Z Nigerians should not be wasting their day doing things that give them joy, here’s a list of eight things they should be able to accomplish in a day. All they have to do is apply themselves.

1) Build a startup

What else are they doing that they can’t build and scale a startup before their estate gate is locked at 10 p.m.? They just have to wake up before 6 a.m.

2) Create web4

While the whole world is raving about web3, why not take it one step further and introduce web4. Virtual reality is cool but it’s getting boring. That’s why Gen-Z Nigerians should use their energy to create new webs. Why not virtual smelling? They should create an app that can tell us who farted in the room. Instead, they’re worrying about things like school.

3) Launch their own cryptocurrency

They can finally put all their phone pressing to good use.

4) Rule a country

Why be a leader of tomorrow when you can be the leader of today? Presiding over the affairs of a country seems like a more productive use of their time than sleep. What has sleep ever done for anyone?

5) Add more hours to the day

Create a new time system that allows for fifteen hours of personal growth and eight hours of sleep. The new time schedule should also allow for time to relax and bond with friends and family. If anyone can do it, the Gen-Z’s can.

6) Solve the traffic problem in Lagos state

They’ll be complaining about prices of cabs but will not do something to solve the traffic problem in Lagos state? That doesn’t really make sense. Maybe if they spent less time doing alte things, they can solve it in their next cab ride.

7) End global warming

Gen-Z’s are the ones that’ll need the Earth for longer, so they might as well put in the work. Millennials have gotten their best years out, they’ll be fine.

8) Get to the bottom of the fuel scarcity

Nigeria exports oil, but Nigeria doesn’t have fuel. 2+2 is supposed to be four, but that’s not what’s happening right now. What are the Gen-Z’s doing about the fuel scarcity?

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