Why marriages fail

 

My people, how una dey? I know it’s been a while. I have been occupied with some family things – it isn’t easy. *smiles. I am talking about why marriages fail. Please be free to add your opinion. I don’t think anyone gets married with the mind to divorce when they get uncomfortable. But there are things we do or don’t do that will determine where we are headed. Read my points below:

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Run! Run!! Run!!!

Hello good people! It’s been a while and many things have happened. I deliberately did not want to talk about ‘Edible Catering’ perhaps because I felt sorry for them in a way and I also thought it should not be in the news in the first place. So, am here today to talk about domestic violence against women and how women out of stupidity as I choose to call it, contribute to their death. Continue reading

I Celebrate

Still in the spirit of celebration. Yesterday was my birthday and I did’t get to post this.
I’m celebrating because I am plus one and I’m very greatful for my life. Sometimes we take being alife for granted and we don’t see it as a big testimony when someone comes up in Church during testimony time and says ‘I want to thank God for keeping me and my family alife’ and  hands over the microphone. People usually don’t clap much. They are like ‘is that all’?   Continue reading

My Bride Price

I was listening to a Radio program few weeks back and the discussion was about payment of bride price . The argument was since ‘what a man can do, a woman can do better’, and the global gender equality awareness, should a man still pay bride price to marry a wife? And I was like what! You mean a guy should just go and carry someone’s daughter for free? Like “I see am, I like am, I carry go” . No way! Aahh! Oti oo.  Continue reading

Olajumoke

You must have read the story of a street bread seller turned model. What makes it funny is that she wasn’t selling UTC bread in one supermarket but ordinary ‘Agege bread’ on the street and she care-freely, strategically, and divinely, hawked her way into fame.  I like this type of miracle. In case you do not know, ‘Agege bread’ is a locally made type of bread and I think the cheapest bread in Lagos. She was innocently hawking this bread on the streets of Lagos when her miracle came. Some will say it is luck but I choose to say it’s a miracle. Continue reading

We Thrive

While having a deep thought on the present government of my very own Naija, one cannot but wonder. What happened to the campaign promises and all the noise about change. I said it then o, that we were just having a change of party because we have been recycling rulers. You and I know that putting on a new cloth does not change anybody. I just hope I am proven wrong oo.

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