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

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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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My Valentine’s Day

I think that everyday should be a valentine’s day. A day to express your love to your spouse, lover, family, neigbours and all. Perhaps the day was set aside not just to remember the man Valentine but to remind us to always show love and care to others. Unfortunately, a lot of people limit this show of love to their lovers. And some would even have sex with a stranger in the name of celebrating valentine. Continue reading

Never say Never

I was in the Church on a Sunday few years back and my then Pastor announced the topic of his message – “Never Say Never”. When he was done, I felt like he was talking to me directly. I used to be like, me, never. Then I realized that human beings can change. Some of the things I said ‘never’ to, I had already adjusted to. Me too have changed even though am not ‘APC’, lol. Continue reading