Are you waiting for something big? Your dream job? Baby? Peace? Then wait well! Wait right! How do you spend your waiting time?
Remember before you talk down about that course, profession, remember the plumber who fixes the leak in your pipe is as important as the teacher who enlightens minds. The computer guru is as important as the writer. The Igbo teacher is also as important as the one who helps the health. The pianist is as important as the one who controls traffic. NO profession is a WASTE!!!
Stuck in traffic today, I happened to gaze through the window and I saw a woman. This woman was quite young, she had a baby at her back and two other ones dragging after her. The oldest couldn't have been any thing over five, while the other child was about two. This woman bent to... Continue Reading →
Do you always find yourself longing for what others have? Being unnecessarily envious of people or constantly blaspheming because you think you have nothing? This is for you: Think Again!
Have I been guilty of refusing to help? You guessed right! I have… I remember that day just like yesterday when I strolled along Agbowo road with Moyinoluwa. You see, there was this 10- day programme going on in my church, and I had vowed to attend all the services. Moyinoluwa and I decided that... Continue Reading →
"Last junior there! " a senior would call and all her junior girls would race from far and near to heed her call. God bless that junior who refused to answer. She would become dead meat as all the 'almighty' seniors would gather to devour her. Now, most juniors would run, some falling in the... Continue Reading →
I was happy! When you are visiting a place for the first time alone, you pray that all goes well and according to plan. It was my first time going to Ibadan without a chaperone. Post Utme was around the corner and I needed to be in Ibadan to put things in place for the... Continue Reading →
What happens when Bolatito Phillips set out on a mission filled with revenge, bitterness and hate? Does she accomplish this mission or does fate throw another obstacle her way?
In a haze, Theresa watched as the gate was flung open by a guard and Ade raced into the large compound. The house was so big, it looked monstrous. The only house Theresa had even seen that was so big was that of her uncle in Calabar but even that house did not come close... Continue Reading →