TechnologyWe're in a technology-driven era- Abiodun

We’re in a technology-driven era- Abiodun

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Popular comedian, Bajulaiye Oyetunji Abiodun, has disclosed the use of technology has proven effective in all facets of life.

On his Instagram page, John_donbilly, Oyetunji stated “the new era of technology has reshaped our minds in the way we perceive things.”

The comedian added: “Although since the advent of technology and its birthing in Nigeria, it has equally been abused as some persons have relied on it to perpetrate crimes.

“As against the payment of higher rates or purchasing VIP tickets for events, musicians, comedians and artists have leveraged on the social media to push their musical careers, comedy skits, and so on.

 

“People can comfortably see these videos online, and from their homes, and post comments too.

“The world has left the analogue ways of doing things because even the economy is now on a digital pedestal.

“Technology has been embraced to far, even in rural areas. The old men and women can use their mobile phones to access the internet.

“These are the benefits of what has changed our mindsets. With the same technology today, we are manufacturing cars in Nigeria, and we must try to reach everywhere as quickly as possible because we as a people need to be savvy, technology wise.”

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