Oluyomi Ojo

Oluyomi Ojo

@OluyomiOjo

Followers23.3K
Following1.7K

Husband, Father, Creator. CEO & Chief Printer @printivo. #500Strong B20. Adman @Hallocreative. I climb mountains

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Joined on July 21, 2011
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @OluyomiOjo and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
3
Average retweets
41
Average likes
106
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

18. in country Nigeria and category Personal

63. in country Nigeria and category Community

417. in country Nigeria

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3 hours ago

@MsDamieThompson @yomitheprof As you know Damie we have been involved in one or two cases with VC firm where founder's lack of control of the board meant investors aligned against the founder stunted the company growth.. so I am full on founder friendly.

Quoted @KingAtoki

4 years ago I was homeless sleeping in my car, showering at the gym, wondering where my next meal would come from. Today I’m officially a homeowner! https://t.co/GpI18DEzxa

4 years ago I was homeless sleeping in my car, showering at the gym, wondering where my next meal would come from. Today I’m officially a homeowner! https://t.co/GpI18DEzxa

No matter what people got against @LambdaSchool, the stories are there for all to see. https://t.co/UHPImmXLJh

Being raised by a single mother who had no room for bad behaviors and raised us with serious conversations (about almost anything) is one hell of a privilege I will forever be grateful. I did nothing and paid no dime to have her. This is my own privilege.

Quoted @d_feldman

fun fact: 79% of computer science grad students in the US are on F1 visas

The way revenues of most US universities will tank, it won’t be funny... https://t.co/3eFyFMlQfk

Quoted @naval

The only real test of intelligence is if you get what you want out of life.

Jeeez https://t.co/OH9htH2C7i

Quoted @eldivyn

I would like to see an economics department in Nigeria do a full study of the real cost of Dangote's cement import restrictions and how many more people would afford housing if government lifted it. For example. Plenty studies like this I'd happily sponsor, even.

I think @DoubleEph wrote an article on this a while back... https://t.co/0oZUFfY0or

Quoted @panzer

Interesting piece and important topic. But the numbers for TechCrunch and for our events are incorrect here. https://t.co/LaVC89KuiX

Interesting, Matthew. Would you mind sharing the right data and information? https://t.co/pxah5CYZdr

TechCabal Daily – $50 million in losses and 150,000 jobs under threat | TechCabal https://t.co/ZZ8Jus1sV0

Quoted @tori_crandall

Attn: African tech startups 🚨 Public service announcement 🚨 PR is NOT marketing. THREAD

That said https://t.co/2t9zW3ms2W

Twenty hours a week for a year and you can know something that puts you in a new category. Access to knowledge isn’t nearly as difficult as the desire to learn. - Seth Godin

@OluyomiOjo I extracted this from Paul Allen https://t.co/8vgLaImIgf

@OluyomiOjo I extracted this from Paul Allen https://t.co/8vgLaImIgf

Our goal as a people and a country should be to ensure that basic things like electricity, internet, clean water, health care, basic education are not seen as privileges. That’s a good place to start.

We must understand that privilege is not a bad thing, and it doesn’t always mean money or access to it. It could be being born at a certain time, growing up in a certain neighborhood, coming from a home where there’s a father figure, having educated uncles etc. Little things.

Privilege people try to say “I got here and privilege played no part” (largely because society tries to discount their effort with privilege) while those on the other side of the table point fingers saying “It was privilege that got you here”. You can old both thoughts.

... And then there’s the place of luck. You’ve got to be lucky. I’ve seen people blow privilege like it’s nothing, same way I’ve seen hard working people fail. But I’ve never seen anyone who didn’t put in the work required and achieved greatness. None. Ko possible.

There’s ‘Hard Work Only’ FC and then there’s ‘Privilege Only’ FC. At some point we’ll all agree that hard work increase your chances or being successful but privilege also plays a very huge role. Both are not mutually exclusive.

Oo Nwoye (@OoTheNigerian) noticed that tech journalists didn’t seem to practice what they preached on diversity. He put together a diversity report on them...but 22 tech outlets refused to publish it. So we’re retweeting it here. https://t.co/UoEcOvEJmH https://t.co/uRy0Vv1HIt

Oo Nwoye (@OoTheNigerian) noticed that tech journalists didn’t seem to practice what they preached on diversity. He put together a diversity report on them...but 22 tech outlets refused to publish it. So we’re retweeting it here. https://t.co/UoEcOvEJmH https://t.co/uRy0Vv1HIt

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Mr Thiel about to cash out. But not just from this investment but from Maga... Palantir Technologies Files to Go Public - The New York Times https://t.co/WuElkITvnO

Most impressive part of Postmates being acquired for $2.6B is that the founding team pivoted from a tweet curation product. A legendary pivot along the lines of Slack, Instagram & Groupon. Highlights importance of failing fast & value of teams over ideas https://t.co/O7w2QEAADr

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