Our Mental Laziness

One of the first things I told myself when I was going to start this blog was never to write anything too lengthy, because people will lose interest and not read it. Truth be told, many Nigerians don’t read. Which is probably why someone once said, “If you want to hide something from a Nigerian,…

My World Cup Fever!

  The excitement of the 2014 FIFA world cup is at a fevered pitch and I have long since caught the fever! Anyone who’s even remotely close to me knows that I love some good football. I am the type who would stay at home all Saturday watching one English premiership match after another. (Yes!…

Much Ado About The Male Child

Let me start by stating that I desire to have a male child like most people (or rather, most Africans) do, so this is not a campaign against the male child or having male children, but I have often wondered what the whole I-must-have-a-male-child-by-hook-or-by-crook syndrome was all about. if ¬†you are reading this article from…

Honor Among Debtors

This article was inspired by an unpleasant experience I had with a client recently. My job involves taking a few risks to ensure I meet (or at least attempt to meet) my target as a marketer (risks in this context refers to granting some credit to clients). This had to be one of the first…

Joy in Solitude

One of my favourite moments each day is the time I spend alone in the comfort of my room. Just me and maybe the Tv. It may sound weird but it is infact my best time of the day. Locked away in obscurity from all the hustle and noise, from the distractions of the day…