My New Ynaija Article: Why ranting may be stopping the mental change we need

I’m a firm believer that how we pass information across is more important than the information we’re passing across. The former, I believe, is partly responsible for the brick walls that debates on social issues keep hitting. Whenever the issue is rape, sexual assault, Kemen, feminism or even Biafra, people understandably get angry. The anger comes from a place that says these are very important … Continue reading My New Ynaija Article: Why ranting may be stopping the mental change we need

My New Ventures Africa Article: Biafra, The pesky issue that won’t go away

When a vital part of history is removed from the national conversation, it leaves a lot of room for speculation and because the actual problems will never be addressed, they will keep recurring. This is the story of Nigeria and Biafra. History teaches us that when an idea like Biafra refuses to die, it will take one person to bring it to life at the … Continue reading My New Ventures Africa Article: Biafra, The pesky issue that won’t go away

This stuff we call “LOVE”

I’m what you would call a natural overthinker and over planner. If I want to get something done, I’m rather precise. I’ll gather all the available information and strategize using my personal algorithm (which is patent protected), taking into account the easiest and most convenient way, the benchmark outcome that would be regarded as successful as well as the potency of my wallet. If you’ve … Continue reading This stuff we call “LOVE”

Know Someone Who’s Suicidal? Take Our Quiz To Find Out

First, we’re not medical experts, but considering the sad event of yesterday, we think it’s our responsibility to put out as much information on mental health as we can. Incase you relocated to a the buttocks of a rock, a young doctor jumped off 3rd Mainland Bridge yesterday afternoon, and it’s left most of us in a very introspective and sober mood. So here’s our … Continue reading Know Someone Who’s Suicidal? Take Our Quiz To Find Out

The People Are Hungry, Well, Give Them Some Rice

None of the images used in this post are mine A politician runs his campaign on promises that encompass everything in between the east and west. Promises as tall as the Eiffel Tower and grassroot oriented that they go as low as ocean beds.  The politician comes into office and performs like as well as a castrated man in a brothel. He knows he or … Continue reading The People Are Hungry, Well, Give Them Some Rice

For What…Are We Not Just Coming For Church? 

The pastor was on fire, the altar was dripping after being soaked with so much anointing and swagu. The congregants in their seats saw themselves glow up as the issues fo their hearts were touched.   The pastor announced that ordained workers have a brief meeting after the service, bad news for kids like me who have to now wait some more. As if attending … Continue reading For What…Are We Not Just Coming For Church? 

Mr President…Feel Better-ish 

Dear Mr President,  Please if I have offended you I would like to apologise. It’s not good for us to be keeping malice like this. It’s not good for your health nor is it good for mine although it looks good for my bank account but that’s another story.  It’s just that I’m worried, I have tried calling but Becky with the Hausa accent keeps … Continue reading Mr President…Feel Better-ish