Yesterday was the first Sunday of the month of November so it was not unusual to have Thanksgiving Services hold across the various religious institutions in Nigeria. Thing is, though being thankful is not limited to first Sundays or any other Sunday, many individuals and families communicate their gratitude the most on this particular day… [Read More]
My writings at age 23 till now...
It is my desire to offer you my experiences across the different timelines of my life. I trust that as you take this journey with me, you'll come to appreciate viewpoints different from your own. Come aboard.
Remember the adage: an apple a day keeps the doctor away?! May I add: more than one Uber a day? Now that’s bae! Lol. Scratch that! Here is my Uber story. I had a speaking engagement to facilitate on the day. Arriving at the venue early was the right thing to do. Besides allowing me… [Read More]
#OnBehalfOfTheWounded Take this as an ode to the wounded, to the downtrodden, to the one who feels overwhelmed and pressed. (Inspired by Sam Obafemi of SOBCA) • First I recognize that some of my wounds were inflicted by strangers. However, I hate to admit that many more of the scars I bear are from the… [Read More]
I was at a merchant’s store to make a complaint about an item I had recently purchased. Truthfully, every part of my being wanted to scream. “That would be both ruthless and uncivil”, I thought. Honestly, it is sometimes a lot easier to be angry than to maintain calm. As I spoke to the sales… [Read More]
Usually once in a week, I would visit Mushin market (one of the municipal markets in Lagos, South-West of Nigeria). It is a great place to buy all kinds of food items, prescription drugs, raw materials for chairs, pillows, curtains, bags, shoes and several other things, though I only went there to purchase leather and… [Read More]
It had been a while since our last visit to one of our favourite playground/parks so we planned a visit for the weekend. As usual, that meant waking up early to cook and prepare the kids. I set to work. Everything was ready – food, water, drinks, ice, straws, disposable plates, cups, spoons, mats, clothes,… [Read More]