It's that time of the year where the rain hangs about the place, like a friendly ghost. If it's not coming down in delicate droplets, then it's in buckets; and if neither, it tends to lurk suspiciously in the atmosphere. No one knows when it is going to shower down and everyone seems to be … Continue reading It’s Raining!
"Your pride for your country should not come after your country becomes great; your country becomes great because of your pride in it". ― Idowu Koyenikan It's another October 1st, and for every Nigerian out there it's yet another time to celebrate or weep about their great nation, depending on what they choose to call … Continue reading The Big 59
I have been dying to write about this for weeks, but I decided to put it on hold to concentrate on my 30-day writing challenge which lasted throughout the month of June. The challenge was a success by the way, and I am glad to be back on track writing about my personal tales. So … Continue reading Rewind — Durbar Festival
“There is no country in the world with the diversity, confidence and talent and black pride like Nigeria ” — Binyavanga Waina I recently shared some insights about my country and culture, if you are looking to read more about Nigeria, her people and heritage kindly click here. That being said, let's get down to … Continue reading 20 Uncommonly Known Things About Nigeria.
My experience during the general elections as an insider.
Lagos city is where we all want to be, doing what we all love to do. However, when the holidays come along, we all cherish it as a time to break away from all the traffic, fumes and deafening noises in the city. Some people may decide to spend their holiday abroad, others indoors and … Continue reading The Countryside