All hail the almighty, the long living, the lengendary, the savoury, the Nigerian Jollof Rice! I know today is not Saturday and some may wonder why I decided to post about this beauty. Thing is, this post had been waiting in line in the draft folder for weeks now, to be uploaded and it is… Continue reading THERE SHOULD BE A THING AS ‘JOLLOF RICE DAY’
I must begin this post with an apology. So, here it is, I apologise that I have been away for days, even though we are still in the month of April. A lot has happened lately and I am trying to recover from the whole craze. For the breath of life, all glory belongs to… Continue reading THE STRUGGLE IS FOREVER REAL
I was on a daily stroll one evening, admiring the massive beauty of nature and some other odd things I came across. I am too observant for your own good, I could be gazing at the grass, a lighting pole, an old classic car, some human, a little kid, colours of some buildings and so… Continue reading JUST A SIMPLE ACT
Finally, it is about that time of the year and I'm a bit frantic. I don't really celebrate or mark birthdays, maybe because I am too much of a happy loner and all. Although I do dream of having a birthday party of some sort, every time, I dread the churning feeling that comes with… Continue reading EVERYONE HAS A WISHLIST
Math enthusiasts know all about it, and the rest of the population is probably hoping for cherry pie. But March 14 is Pi Day. And each year presents ample opportunity for learning. To 31 decimal places, the celebrated irrational number that never ends is 3.1415926535897932384626433832795. A few more tidbits about pi and Pi Day: --… Continue reading Pi Day: A NUMBER OF THINGS TO KNOW
On December 31, 1983, the military mounted a coup and Muhammadu Buhari, then a major general, became the country's leader. Now seventy-two, Buhari says he has undergone radical changes since those days and that he now champions democracy. After the coup, he ran an authoritarian regime until fellow soldiers ousted him less than twenty months… Continue reading THE STRENGTHS OF A LEADER
I can not still believe that I had boiled plantain for breakfast yesterday morning. I think it has been five years now since I last had them because I do not really like them. I prefer them thinly fried. I could go on and on about all other meals I dislike and other meals that… Continue reading SEVEN DAYS LATER…
Before you start thinking too hard, your first kiss must have been from your folks. Yes, but I am not talking about that. I mean your first ever intimate kiss. I remember when I was in class four of primary school, an unexpected thing happened. I guess this little boy must have been crushing on… Continue reading DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR FIRST KISS?
Mother is an essential being in the life of a baby who grows to be a toddler, youngster and finally, an adult. Mother will make sure you have all the necessary items you will ever need in life. Mother is a god who can also play the father figure. Mother will fight and strive till… Continue reading CELEBRATING MOTHER
Getting a college degree can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, yet once you are out, there is no guarantee of success. A pretty risky investment. Many business-minded people decided to take the less conventional route to fame and fortune — instead of going to (or finishing) college, they chose to start their own businesses.… Continue reading IS A COLLEGE DEGREE REALLY WORTH IT? JUST A HEADS UP.
Two things that have no benefit; 1. Love without sacrifice. 2. Marriage without love. Two things that entrench love; 1. Good habits. 2. Honesty. Two things that destroy a man; 1. Living a fake life. 2. Lack of focus. Two things that destroy a woman; 1. Love for materialism. 2. Imitation or comparison. Two things… Continue reading THESE TWO THINGS…