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All Tribes Matter

Sometime in February, my colleagues and I were en route an event and as often happens on a bus, several conversations were ongoing. At first, I didn’t pay much attention to the one happening closest to me but eventually, bits […]

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Welcome to 2018!

Hello and Happy New Year. We’re already 7 days into 2018, wow! I hope the first week of the year has been good to you and yours. Like many people, I was in church today to give thanks to God […]

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The Bully at Work

Bully /ˈbʊli/ (Noun): someone who hurts or frightens someone who is smaller or less powerful, often forcing them to do something that they do not want to do . Synonyms: persecutor, oppressor, tyrant, tormentor, browbeater, intimidator, coercer, subjugator, scourge – Cambridge Dictionary I’ve often said […]

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30 Days In

I guess it’s still in order to bid you welcome to 2017 and wish you an amazing year🎉. I’m sure lots of people have written down goals and made plans regarding what they hope to achieve this year. I certainly […]

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One Lagos Fiesta 2016 – Back, Better and Bolder!

Hey there; I hope December is treating you very well. There’s a lot to look forward to this month and if you missed the maiden edition of The Lagos Street Party (TLSP), there’s still a lot of fun to be […]

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It Started With a Conversation (Part 1)

  One day, while in my final year of secondary school, my friends and I were chatting and somehow the conversation led us to share some of the ‘bad’ experiences we’d had with guys. When Ada was in elementary school, […]

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So You Think You Can Drive

I have realised that I’m verbally at my worst when I’m commuting.  In truth, a lot of things tend to get on my nerves in Lagos and driving is right up there on my list. I find that my father’s […]

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The Cool New Way to Chat

Hello there. I thought it’d be nice to share a chat I had with my friend tonight. I hope you enjoy reading (if you can!) 🙂  Please, read from left to right.

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What is wrong is, well…wrong

A few years ago, while walking along a street in Coventry, I noticed a woman walking ahead of me with a little boy I presume to be her son. The child must have been about 4 years old or so […]

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eBook Review: Forbidden Friendships

Author: Joshua D. Jones Genre: Christian Pages: 186 Publication Date: 22nd July, 2015 Price: $7.05 / =N=1404.78   This is a book that I have been very happy to read. To be clear,  I got a free e-copy of this book […]

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