Connecting The Dots 

In every young Nigerian, is embedded the determination to succeed. Everyone is a salesman! Success comes to the prepared mind! Progress over perfection! Networking builds strategic relationships you can almost not do without! Your emotional intelligence will take you farther in your career than IQ would. Look to solve problems, don’t be problem-discussant. Ideas equals…

TBT: I wanted a broken arm too😥😥

P. S I didn’t get one It was harder than I thought. I was never built for sports. The little I did back in high school and primary school were just an extended limit. I played handball, did sprints, played basketball, played football, ventured out to eat 1500m race(just once though, and I ran to…

Chapter 23

I’ve read this book for a long time now, truth is, I have predicted some pages and other times, the pages predicted me. The good thing is, it is a good story. A God story. Most of you joined in chapter 22 and well we can discuss major themes and lessons that we both experienced….

The times I didn’t pray 

These times exceeded binary numbers. If I decide to count, I would lose count. Another angle to it would be “who counts the days they don’t pray? Pray, so you don’t have to track when you dont” But I end up asking myself “do you remember the last time you actually prayed”? I started my…

The Nigerian State: Collaborations and Unity in Uncertain Times

“to serve with heart and mind, one nation bound in freedom, peace and unity” As a nation we have sat down to count our losses, enumerate problems, analyze strategies, recount the labors of our heroes past and lambast the government. We converge at the newspaper stands across the nation with angry countenances, wrinkled foreheads, battling…

A Trip to Archives: Concussion review

I had seen this movie many months back and realized I never did share what I felt watching it. For medically biased individuals like me who get pumped on adrenaline watching the likes of Concussion, House, Good Doctor, Grey’s anatomy, Forever, you would agree to the enormosity of the dose of “Epi” that watching concussion…

Dear African Parents

Dear African parents, I’m an extrovert, or maybe an introverted extrovert. But to you, I’m way too introverted, but when I pick up the phone you see a different person That’s because I’m different around those I call friends. First I chose them sooo, technically I created a thriving environment for myself. We don’t get…