Category Archives: Personal Experience

NAMING A BOOK ALMOST GOT ME MAD Naming is a very serious issue when it comes to the name of a child. I said a child because I assumed it should be so but what…

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Yeeeee!!! My Girl Ayomide is Getting married! Gosh!! This Yoruba weddings, there is no way I’m missing it for anything. But I stopped to think. Are there processes or stages of getting married? So with…

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With my big-small brain, I have been thinking, this was how our founding fathers were agitating Free Nigeria say in the years 1957,58,59 and eventually got independence in 1960. I guess and know there was…

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Abdul is my classmate and he’s one of the few Muslims in the department. I had chased him around a lot for a story and was finally able to lock him down after class. Naturally,…

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1. Life is good. Not always, but mostly. And when it is not so good, be assured it will get better. 2. It’s a good thing that we don’t know everything that’s going to happen…

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It is quite true the saying that, the best things in life are free!. Have you ever thought how much it’ll cost you to dream?, well I’m not literally referring to that sort that comes…

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I once penned this from a preacher’s teaching and it ignites my spirit each time I come across it, ‘it is good to decide to follow JESUS, but it is more important to ‘FOLLOW Him’.…

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I’m not actually a wonderful person. My name means wonderful, but many times I’m less than wonderful. I’ve been told of my pride, about my snobbing. These were the periods when I prayed most to…

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Last Sunday, I sat in church and listened to Pastor Tony teach, “Together we’re better,” he said. I thought about life with Elizabeth Ita, how together we did so many things. I thought about how…

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Your joke used to be the funniest in school back then and everybody expected to buy a ticket to your concert at Eko hotel one day, they so hoped on your making it, but these…

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Dear Dove, Everything hurts this night, from the hot steam from my old cooking stove to the cold rainy night and lonely street, preventing me from going out to watch the stars and feel closer…

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The gallery opened and so many things were in sight; there was science, there was art, there was nature and then there was nothing. Nothing was the prevalent theme, straight from one opening of one…

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It was November 2010 in Christian High school Calabar. I was in ss3 planning to write my WASSCE which most people call WAEC. I was an Art student whose love for government and history knew…

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As a child, I never really liked prince charming and his perfect love stories, they always seemed sort of flimsy and too easy for me. The perfect prince meets the perfect damsel and she falls…

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When I was little, I loved to play. My neighbour had these little wild wiener dogs that were always chained. But one day, to my chagrin, I heard RUFFRUFFRUFFRUFFRUFF. It didn’t sound like it was…

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So, I heard that the Nigerian economy is in a recession because of the fall in crude oil prices. This oil that is at the root of the problem in the Niger Delta, This same…

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