Knowledge is deep in the minds of everyone. Until knowledge is shared, no impart is made. There is much to ask about Nigeria. There are many with versed knowledge to answer those questions. On Nibernet, people ask and answer 9ja. Let’s build a community where we meet to impart the first African nation with the wealth of our knowledge thereby deconstructing many myths about her.
There are hardly any people that should know and share quality information about Nigeria than Nigerians. Go around the social networking platforms, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, name them, Nigerians are twitting and posting contents about this famous black nation. Many of the contents share are not of quality, many are rumours.
The need for a platform where dependable facts are discussed through a question-and-answer activity cannot be waved aside. Many Nigerians need to know. Many Nigerians have the knowledge to share. To have an informed society, there should be a medium for the transfer of knowledge. But how can this impart be made on platforms whose niche are not peculiar to Nigeria’s discourse?
When everyone is saying what they think is correct, the ones who are knowledgeable enough stand aside and watch in awe. There is little to gain in a crowded classroom. Nibernet gives participants to confidence to share and be informed. Priority is placed on projecting quality content. The blue tick and other badges are earned for distinction.
The need for a platform to ask and answer 9ja should be prioritized and sustained. Fake news trends among people who are scarcely informed. But when knowledge sharing is deliberate and intentional, there is less room to swing senses.
Nibernet has a check system that allows users to downvote passive information. The upvote is for quality content, making them more visible to people who need them.