My Google Internet search has further revealed that: “Dr. Princely Ifinedo is an Associate Professor of MIS/Mgt. Science at the Shannon School of Business, Cape Breton University (CBU), Canada. He’s currently teaching Management Science and Information Systems (IS) courses, i.e., Management Information Systems (MIS), Quantitative Methods, Operations Management, and Computers in Business. He received his education in three continents; this international exposure has had a lasting impression on his view of the world. Wherever he’s been, he’s always displayed the same passion and vigor for inspiring and motivating his students. He challenges them to think critically and independently. He enjoys teaching as much as he does conducting academic research. He’s presented research at various international IS conferences, contributed chapters to 22 books/encyclopedias, published 42 peer-reviewed journal articles, and won 6 Best Conference/Track Paper awards. Dr. Ifinedo has authored (and co-authored) over 110 publications in reputable publishing outlets. He’s received research funding from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada. The misery of life further revealed that indeed Douweny and Prof. Princely Ifinedo originated from the same village in Agbor Kingdom and that indeed, their fathers (both: Ifinedo and Egwarusor) were family friends. As an IT Professional and the pioneer of the National Policy for Information Technology Development in Nigeria, I was blown away by the life story of Douweny as a classical example of Digital Inclusiveness for Social-Economic Development and a strategic imperative for Africa and particularly for Nigeria. We landed Asaba safely into the waiting arms and smiles of Douweny’s Uncle from Agbor.