Two years ago, I wrote about living your life based on your rules. I also promised to share some of my personal rules in the future. Click on the title to read the part 1 >>>> Your LIFE Your RULES (Part 1) In my journey through life, I have picked up some rules, and today… Continue reading Your LIFE Your RULES (Part 2)
My experience during the general elections as an insider.
On October 22, 1925, Mahatma Gandhi published a list in his weekly newspaper Young India. He called it the Seven Social Sins that will destroy all of humanity. They are: 1. Politics without principles. 2. Wealth without work. 3. Pleasure without conscience. 4. Knowledge without character. 5. Commerce without morality. 6. Science without humanity. 7.… Continue reading THE SEVEN SOCIAL SINS
I have been living here in Wawa for a few months and I decided to explore Kigera camp also known as Oli camp. Oli camp is the main section of the Kainji lake national park where wildlife and Flora is preserved and conserved. It is inhabited by many large mammals such as baboons, duikers and… Continue reading KIGERA BASE CAMP
On Wednesdays in Wawa no one cares about woman crushes, because it's market day! Wawa is a moderately populated village, located in Borgu local government area in Niger state. There are no banks and the people send and withdraw money through retail outlets. Or go all the way to town if the man who runs… Continue reading It’s Market Day!
Don't put all your eggs in one basket. This is a popular advice I am sure everyone has heard at one point in their life. But I beg to differ, in relationships you should infact put all your eggs in one basket. If you are already thinking of taking out some of your eggs and… Continue reading YOUR BEST SHOT
Bluffing is not exclusive to the game of poker. It is also expedient in the game of Life. Sometimes an exaggerated show of confidence in your strength may just be what you need to get the job done. One of the greatest bluff in history is the story of the 'China's war of the three… Continue reading The Art of Bluffing
Let's take a ride down 'memory lane'. Thirteen years ago, I was about 10 years old in a boarding school. School had just resumed and as usual our lockers were stuffed with goodies for the session pending till whenever we would have the next visiting day. One of my good friends and class mate approached… Continue reading MEMORY LANE