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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 and pieces made their way into my consciousness. Somehow, an argument of sorts had broken […]

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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 for His grace and manifold mercies. The way I see it, there’s a whole lot […]

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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 that some of the problems we have in Nigeria are a result of people’s bad […]

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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 have😃. It’s a great idea to have goals written and to put plans in place […]

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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 had. I was at the Lagos House, Ikeja on Thursday, 11th December, 2016 for the […]

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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, an ‘uncle’ in the compound where she lived had attempted to get her into his […]

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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 words to me as a child have come in very handy. He said, “when you’re […]

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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 and she was holding him with her left hand.

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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 so I could do a review and it has been an enlightening experience. I initially […]

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