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VIDEO: Day 6 (Module 2) of L.I.S.A (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by Jawolusi Oluwaseun via NETISM

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By Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon





More than 100 participants partook in the Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition Training organized by via a WhatsApp chatroom.

The module 1 of the training ended on Friday, 1st May, 2020 after the lecture ran for 5 consecutive days.

The lecture was delivered in different styles; text chats, Free PDF manuals for all the participants on a daily basis and a video aid was also used in the process of lecture delivery.

After the 5-day training, tagged “Introduction to web design”, some participants were able to design a basic web page with captivating features.

However, kindly find the attached video lecture and the PDF training manual of the Day 5 of the L.I.S.A training.

L.I.S.A (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) is an Initiative by the NETIST Author (Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon). The ultimate goal of the initiative is to empower the Nigerian youths with viable lucrative ICT Skills and ideas that could facilitate a thriving digital economy of the Nation, while alongside serving as a tool to give the youths a participatory leverage in the nation-building engagements.


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Day 5 of L.I.S.A by via Video Lecture & PDF Training Manual






Yesterday, 77 students participated in the maiden edition of the Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition (L.I.S.A) organized by Jawolusi Oluwaseun (The NETISM Author).

For the 2-day ICT training, the students were freely given tutorial manuals via the courtesy of

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128 students participated in the Day 2 of L.I.S.A organized by


L.I.S.A. (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by kicked-off today with 76 participants

L.I.S.A. (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by kicked-off today with 76 participants.

Notably, the students were given free access to tutorial manuals for today and tomorrow, while alongside freely participating for two days.

This lockdown seems unending any time soon, hence, we need to maximize the precious moment for value-added purposes such as having more exposures to the viability of the Digital World.

As you have all seen, Digital economy is the new crude oil.

By Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon.

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L.I.S.A. (Lockdown ICT Skills Acquisition) by kicked-off today with 76 participants



Yesterday, I saw this headline on AIT, “EU on Climate Change: Leaders Agree on 2050 Neutrality Target.”  Today, I am compelled to share my perspective about the story.

In line with my Green4Blue theory, there are two distinct approaches required to foster a proper Climate Action across the globe; the agro-approach and the techno-approach. Agro-approach is of the school of thought that planting of more trees to supplement for deforestation and other human activities could mitigate futuristic climate-related hazards. On the other hand, techno-approach believes in the maximization of modern technology and green inventions in combating global warming and other climate-related hazards. A good example of techno-approach is the innovation of renewable energy for eco-friendly power generation, phasing-out of petrol/diesel-driven internal combustion engines and replacing them with zero CO2 emission machines.

In line with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), under the Article 3, Paris Agreement (2015): “each country must determine, plan, and regularly report on the contribution that it undertakes to mitigate global warming”.

Here’s the blunt truth about the narratives; most African nations are currently deploying the agro-approach in mitigating climate change and other related hazards, whereas, most of the developed regions across the globe are currently making pragmatic moves and/or maximizing modern technology in fostering proper climate action. Some are currently maximizing legislative tools and policies in order to actualize their long-term goals within the speculated period of time.

Notably, considering the ongoing global discourse about Climate Change, the EU leaders recently agreed on 2050 neutrality target. Technically, this implies that after the next three decades, the conventional non-eco-friendly technologies might have been phased-out in the European Nations and other developed regions. It also connotes that most of the automotive manufacturers would be producing more electric cars, electric jets and other eco-friendly machines for renewable energies. If care is not taken, African countries would still be at the mercies of these nations and of these outlandish manufacturers through their massive importations of electric vehicles, solar-powered generators and other green machineries. Reason being that most of the African Leaders are currently quiescent in strategizing means to maximize modern technology for proper climate action, only a few are striving to key into this global wave of development. A good example is the proposed Kigali Green City. However, I need to note that fostering a proper climate action is beyond the phenomenon of building a green city. More expositions about this hypothesis are in the Green4Blue theory.

Sideways, we cannot deny the fact that some fully industrialized nations are presently skeptical about signing the Climate Action Pact – for being a potential threat to their economic well-being, until a more efficient, readily available and affordable energy source are discovered for exploitations. Here’s the current controversy, how can we strike a balance between the two discrepancies? How can we #SaveTheWorld from the global warming and other climate hazards without crashing the economy?

The closest answer is to structure a Global Synergy for Green Revolution – through intellectual and expertise exchange in order to innovate eco-friendly technologies, the likes of faster cars with long-mileage, long-lasting renewable energy sources for domestic usage and industrial consumption, while also garnishing the process with the agro-approach.  Have your hand on the Green4Blue Policy Document for more details.

The actualization of the long-awaited industrial revolution in Africa seems to be unfeasible within the next century, if by today we fail to join the rising wave of the global infrastructural shift.

In an attempt to rise up with the current wave of global infrastructural shift, here’s the question; “what step are we currently taking in fostering Green Revolution in Nigeria?” The Vision 2050, a long-term techno-economic development policy document, titled, The #Green4Blue Initiative (Green Tourism for a Blue Economy) is still the best coin-side for Nigeria and other African countries.

In reference to one of my epic quotes; “Future! Future!! Future!!! If by today we fail to prepare something for future, whenever the times, it would prepare anything for us…”

To #SaveTheWorld from global warming and other climate-fueled hazards; the actualization of one of this #GlobalGoals is a collective responsibility and Africa MUST not be left out in the process this time around.

Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon (The Author of NETISM, The Nigerian Green Revolutionist (The Green4Blue Initiative Trailblazer).


The Green4Blue Initiative gained an International Recognition

This year, thousands of potential prospects across the globe submitted different competition components for the #WBGYouthSummit, themed; “Smarter Cities for a Resilient Future”. Sequel to the submission of my 4-page proposal, titled; “#Green4Blue Initiative (Green Tourism for a Blue Economy)” and with respect to my preceding proliferation of green revolution for global infrastructural shift, I eventually emerged the Nigerian Delegate for the World Bank Global Youth Summit 2019, although, ‘circumstantially’, I would not be participating in the ongoing Summit, slated for today and tomorrow.

The ultimate goal of the international discourse is to instrumentalize ideas and policies that would actualize the 13th Goal (Climate Action) of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals – with the ultimate aim to #SaveTheWorld from Global Warming effects and other climate-related hazards.
However, Deo-Volente, my competition component shall be the theme of my 5th book in 2020, which is the articulating of a Long-term Techno-Economic Development Framework for a Coastal Green City.

The GREEN4BLUE initiative is a Maritime-Green Tourism Project channeled towards the realization of the Paris Agreement Goals – as it is in-line with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Under the Article 3, Paris Agreement (2015): “each country must determine, plan, and regularly report on the contribution that it undertakes to mitigate global warming”.

Find & follow the activities of the World Bank Global Youth Summit 2019 via the hashtags: #WGBYouthSummit #SmartCities #Cities4All.

Thank you.

Jawolusi Oluwaseun

Read more at – NETISM: The Art Of Digital Parenting Is Coming Soon

This coming November, watch-out for the Public Presentation of the Tech-Social Development Literature, titled, “NETISM: The Art of Digital Parenting”

By Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon

iDARTS CGC – Interactive Digital Art of a Coastal Green City

Unveiling the Interactive Digital Arts of a Coastal Green City @ iDARTS Page . The localized Web application can serve as an alternative for Google Maps.

The First Nigerian Green City




By Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon – @jawolusi




Techno-Economic Development: Nigeria in Perspective.  (Part 1)

By Jawolusi Oluwaseun

Keywords: Sustainable Development, Competitive Advantage, Green Technologies, Research-oriented Education, Industrialization, Curriculum Reform, Technology Transfer.


Conventionally, education is a viable human capacity-builder for a sustainable industrial development of any Nation questing for advancement. It goes without saying that the level of scientific/technological development is one of the yardsticks to evaluate the economic well-being of a State. Today, most of the developed nations around the world are being characterized by their export-led economies with respect to the maximization of their distinct competitive advantages – most especially the ones that are known for knowledge-driven global economies. In the recurring processes of disputing the viability of capitalism in fostering economic success of a State: the roles of Government can never be underestimated, most especially in making timely reforms for the pivotal sectors of the economy and instrumentalizing favourable policies for the actors and for the markets through different legislative tools and political orders.

The Advent of Green Technologies:

Most developed countries are currently phasing out the usage of internal combustion engines with the adoption of an eco-friendly mode of energy/power generation. As recently reported by CNN: “Norway is leading the way. About 40% of all cars sold in the country last year were electric or hybrid vehicles. The government’s transportation plan outlines a clear target. All new passenger cars and vans sold in 2025 should be zero-emission vehicles.”  Theoretically, this gesture is aimed at actualizing the Goal 13 (Climate Actions) of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals in an attempt to combat the wailing effects of global warming and other environmental pollutions being inflicted into the society by the usage of different petrol/diesel-driven engines. Prompted by certain reviewed legislative policies, these Governments have already tasked their technological researchers to invent different ‘Green technologies’ within a specified period of time in an attempt to reverse the consequential effects of human activities on their environments. This is what I call a feasible long-term techno-economic development framework – a type that shall not be influenced by political instabilities, citizenry interference and personal interests.

Research-oriented education through the means of curriculum reform: Nigeria in perspective

Considering the Third World Nations, certain Government policies should be dynamic in nature in-line with the updated global demands, most especially in the education sector while considering the acceptable standard of best practices. Practically, there should be reforms in the existing academic curriculum of the Departments of Engineering and Technology of all the concerned Nigerian Universities.  Research-oriented education must be fostered in an attempt to invent our own indigenous green infrastructures for Zero CO2 emission transportation modes and for an eco-friendly energy generation that shall be affordable and readily available for domestic and outlandish consumers. Capacity-building and human capital development, research-oriented education, technology transfer, favourable Government policies, viable capital mobilization channels, Foreign Direct Investments, attitudinal change and global partnership for expertise exchange: This is a clear pathway to attain the long-awaited industrial revolution in Nigeria with the next few decades while also supplementing the United Nations’ efforts to make the world a better place to live in.

For a Nation (Nigeria in perspective) to accomplish a trade balance in the international market, her gross exportation must be greater than (or equal to) her overall importations. In my oft-recited maxim of national development: for Nigeria to conserve her much needed foreign exchange, an export-led economy by the means of value-added industrialization must be stimulated by the co-operations of the public and private players. At this point, it time for us to foster the phenomenon of technology transfer and an export-oriented industrialization in Nigeria – being duly facilitated by global partnership for Foreign Direct Investments.

Actionable steps toward a sustainable industrial development in Nigeria. 

Pragmatically, the foundational step towards a successful industrialization in Nigeria is to reform and develop the education sector as a platform to build-up the necessary human resource capacities for a sustainable techno-economic development. The conventional curriculum systems of education must be dynamic, that is, it must be frequently upgraded with respect to the global demands. For a practical example, attentions should be shifted away from the conventional technologies of 4-strokes gasoline engines to the development of different long-lasting solar-powered motors and electric motors (AC & DC) with high service performance.  However, engineering students should not be denied the opportunities to have a comprehensive knowledge about internal combustion engines but the main focus should be inventions and development of green technologies in-line with the rising global calls. Relative to the United Nations’ policies to revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development, the various global technology facilitation mechanisms need to come in play in this aspect – by providing modern research and laboratory paraphernalia (accorded with due expertise) to some targeted Universities in the developing countries.

Technology transfer in this context means the conversion of research results into marketable products by investors. Industrial revolution is the process by which a country (with a unique competitive advantage of certain product) yields enough for domestic consumption while also excessively available for exportation. These gestures will undoubtedly strengthen the value of the nation’s currency for higher purchasing power parity (PPP) in the international market, while also facilitating Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), increasing the standard of living of the people, guarding against outrageous National debts, increasing the Nation’s GDP, eradicating poverty through job creations and many other dividends.


It is high time for Nigeria to leverage on the intellectual resource potentials of her people as a distinct competitive advantage for a sustainable techno-economic development. “The true meaning of development is the improvement of value-added activities that will pay-off in the future” (Bruno, 2014). It is therefore imperative for the Government of any nation seeking a successful industrial growth to invent a long-term techno-economic development blueprint, a type that will not be influenced or halted by political instability and citizenry lawlessness. Bruno Marshall Shirley (2014) once said: “the examples of the Tigers clearly show us an alternative path to development: a strong central government guiding the economy rapidly forward through distinct stages of development until it reaches full industrialization”.


Thank You!



Tech-Arts by Jawolusy




Your heirs will see my Tech-Arts like a mirror on their home walls: they will be inspired to become Engineers, Inventors and Trailblazers…

Your employees will stare at my Infrastructural Arts on their offices’ walls: they will get motivated for optimized productivities…

Science-based students in various Academic institutions will intermittently gaze at my Tech-Arts like a mirror on their classes’ walls: they will be obliged to foster the phenomenon of ‘Technology Transfer’…

If i may ask!!! For how long shall we be slaves to the rising waves of global civilization?


Oceanic Stadium for Sports Tourism

The JawoCeanic Stadium for Sports Tourism – Building a Virtual Smart City with AutoCAD. Alongside, Object-oriented Programmers can use these various 3D designs for interactive video games’ applications, the likes of GTA-Vice City, Konami, Play Stations, COD and others.











The Coastal eTrain Station – AutoCAD by Jawolusy

Putting everything together; Mechanical, Civil and Architectural connections were all depicted in a single representation.

Here’s how the traffic-congested areas of Lagos will look like in the nearest future. For instance, Either at rush-hours or free hours, by using the electric train systems, it will only take two minutes to trip from Lagos Island to Mainland.

Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon











































Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon

#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain is achievable in 2030.

#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain is achievable before 2030.

Here’s an innovative long-term project for the Lagos State Government in an attempt to proactively curb the wailing transportation challenges within the State, while also fostering the full-flowering of different business activities. By adopting the eco-friendly Electric Train Transport Systems in some designated areas of Lagos, the advantages are numerous; the likes of Zero CO2 emissions, safer/faster mode of transport, traffic bypass, environmental pollution eliminated and many others.

Hence, a call of duty to various jingoistic citizens that are committed to the development of the State. We don’t need to wait for the Government in order to actualize this Agenda2030. It is a common say that; “Government has no business in business”. Therefore, I will strongly recommend that the Lagos eTrain Systems should be privatized for a given period of time at the inception of the project. This entails the constructions of underground or overhead rail-tracks for the Lagos eTrain systems by the partnership between well-established firms, while toll fees and other commissions shall be strategized for their return on investments for a given period. Have down pat; the massive population is Lasgidi is a lucrative market for any venture to glow and blow!!!

Considering the endless quests for an alternative transport system in Lagos State; the right time to do something is NOW! I strongly believe that this goal is achievable by 2030 – regardless of any socio-political interference/instability; the people must ensure the sustainability of such a timely project for their mutual benefits.

Kindly trend and share“#Island2MainLandin2Minutes by #LagoseTrain”.

Eko o ni b’aje ooo!!!


Lagos e-Train Modeled by Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon ( @jawolusy )


eRACER V1 – Electric Racing Car: A prototype of the future modes of transport

eRACER V1 – Electric Racing Car: A prototype of the future modes of transport


Objectives: Blazing a trail for a technology shift in the conventional transportation systems in an attempt to mitigate the recent climate change (extremely hot weather) in Nigeria, the type that may have resulted from the possible effects of global warming, due to the recurring emissions of CO2 from various fossil fuel internal combustion engines. Hence, a necessity to invent an eco-friendly modes of transportation – such as the different models of electric vehicles.

THE PROBLEMS AT HAND: Apart from other forms of environmental pollutions and breathing-related health issues being caused by the by-products emissions of petrol/diesel-driven engines, several research hypotheses also confirm that CO2 also affects the level of atmospheric precipitations, thereby forming acidic rain. This can affect the full-flowering of various agricultural practices and other aquatic lives (overpopulated regions and highly industrialized areas are mostly affected in this regard, due to massive CO2 emissions from power plants, Fossil fuel I.C.E. vehicles and other power Generators).


ACTUALIZING THE 13th GOAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS’ 17 SDGs: While analyzing the actualization of the previous MDGs – Millennium Development Goals, several reports depict that Sub-Sahara African Countries and South-Asian Countries are the under-achievers among other Nations. However, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals are here again – strategized by the United Nations, in an attempt to make the world a better place to live in – today and in the subsequent decades. “Climate Action” is the 13th Goal of the 17 SDGs of the United Nations. In an attempt to combat global warming, some nations are already making actionable moves, whereas, most African Nations are redundant by not considering the futuristic consequences of their actions and inactions of different climate exploits. This is another wakeup call for all!


So Far, So Good: In an attempt to actualize the global climate goal by collectively infinitesimalizing the effects of global warming, several countries/cities around the world are currently experimenting and implementing policies/methods on how to actualize a clean air by banning the sales and importations of fossil fuel-driven vehicles within the next few years/decades – in an attempt to achieve the 13th SDGs of the United Nations. Pragmatically, as reported by the Reuters: “In Norway, 52% of new car sales were electric in 2017” while the country is already making moves to ban the sales of petrol/diesel-driven I.C.E. cars in the next 6 years (2025). “By 2030, Israel will be banning the importation of I.C.E. vehicles – while only electric cars and the hybrid ones driven by natural gas will be allowed”. GZ also reported that: “Rome (Italy) will be banning diesel vehicles from the city centre by 2024, while Athens, Paris, Madrid, Mexico City will be banning the use of all diesel vehicles by 2025, Brussels (Belgian Capital) by 2030”. “In France, there shall be no sales of petrol/diesel vehicles by 2030”. Alongside, some States in the US, Germany, India, Taiwan, China, United Kingdom, Netherlands and Ireland are already developing a long-term plan to actualize a clean air by phasing out the conventional fossil fuel I.C.E. vehicles.


WAKING UP THE SLEEPING GIANTS: To aggravate the situation of the recurring global warming, culturally, African Nations have been the dumping ground for Tokunbo/used-cars which are more susceptible to CO2 emissions, while the inveterate use of petrol/diesel powered generators also contributed to other wailing environmental pollutions. It is very wrong for a country to import/use a diesel powered locomotive train in this cyber age L – considering its severe environmental pollution challenges. Most African countries that are majorly influenced by the global warming effects are not strategizing long-term plans on how to actualize zero-emission transportation systems within the next few decades. If I may ask! Are we going to become slaves to civilization once again? For how long shall we continue to import more than we export? In an attempt to strike a trade balance in the global market, African Nations (most especially Nigeria) must have more exportations than the incessant importations. That is the true meaning of gaining independence!


Recommendations: At this point, there should be bills and motions in the Nigerian National Assembly, structured towards experimenting and implementing some environmental laws in Nigeria – with the target to actualize a clean air in the next few years/decades. The only ACTION PLAN to accomplish this goal is to engage some dedicated Nigerian Scientists, Engineers, Technologists and other Foreign Research and Development Consultants on the global-moving-waves of technology shift in transportation systems – inventing an eco-friendly transport mode, such as electric vehicles and other hybrid cars that are driven by natural gas. The point remains the same, paradoxically; “In this side of the world, those who have ideas are not in power, while those in power have no ideas”. However, the right time to change the narratives is NOW!


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE Electric vehicles: The developmental index of a Country can also be measured by her level of Research and Development of various scientific, technological and engineering inventions. Practically, when it comes to the schematics of electric vehicles, either the ones driven with AC motors or DC motors, there are still a lot of milestones to be reached in terms of service performance. For instance, the regenerative braking systems being deployed to auto-recharge EV batteries through its forward momentum can be upgraded, so that an electric vehicle can always recharge itself more efficiently. Also, for the case of electric cars driven with DC motors, a sturdy magnet that can produce more RPM/Torque for faster EV engines can be invented in this side of the world. These are the areas and many other ones that can be exploited in this course.


INTRODUCING THE eRACER – V1:  The Electric Racing Car (eRACER V1) was modeled with an AutoCAD Application (2010 Version) in an attempt to invent a new genre of racing sport with faster EVs, while other replica models can be used as the conventional zero-emission trains, vehicles, sky-birds, trams and others – in order foster an appropriate climate action in Nigeria and other parts of the world, while also contributing to the actualization of the 13th goal of the 17 SDGs. The optimum target is to engage in R&D to invent a faster/turbo-like EV engines which can simultaneously recharge its battery as we pedal to the metal, alongside supplementing the existing battery-recharge system (regenerative braking) derived from the forward momentum of the motor.


CONCLUSION: As I have always canvassed for in my previous writings and during prior public interviews, it is high time for the Nigerian Government to partner with other private players in order to establish a National ICT Industrial Park in the 6 Geo-Political Zones of Nigeria. The action plan is to engage in the research and development of certain timely products (hybrid cars that use natural gas and other types of electric mode of transports,  alternative source of cheaper/readily available/affordable energy for the generation of electricity) while the end goal is to blaze a trail for an industrialized/export-led economy among other dividends such as generating employment opportunities, actualizing a human-friendly nation, combating global warming and improved standard of living.

Most of all, no matter the amount of deposits of fossil fuels in Nigeria, research already confirms that such precious mineral resources will finish one day. If I may ask! What shall we fall back to – as a viable means of transportation? In the next few decades, how shall we sustain as a Nation in terms of a supplemented source of power generation? In reference to one of my epic quotes: “if you fail to prepare something for the time, whenever the time comes, it will prepare anything for you”.


Jawolusi Oluwaseun Solomon

(A Mechanical Engineer, an Information Technologist, a Policy Analyst and an Author)

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