To: The Director, Country Allocation Department, Heaven

The Director, Country Allocation Department, 33 Diamond Paved Street, Abraham’s Bosom, Heaven.   Dear Sir/Madam I would like to formally complain as I believe with the strongest convictions that I was assigned to the wrong country and I would like to request for my country to be changed. To be honest, it’s not like Nigeria is that bad. The country has some of the most … Continue reading To: The Director, Country Allocation Department, Heaven

Pour Sugar On Me Lord! Sweeten My Life!

You get to church on a Sunday morning, ready and set for the word of God that will change your world. You have told God what you want from the service and you believe that whatever has been laid in the pastor’s heart will touch you. It’s time for the sermon, and the pastor tells the congregation that there is a guest minister. You get … Continue reading Pour Sugar On Me Lord! Sweeten My Life!

How Everyone in My Secondary School Gave Their Lives To Christ, 7 Colombs Style

I went to Faith Academy, it’s a very very christian secondary school and we had a lot of spiritual activities. In fact our general assembly was church + national anthem + announcements. On Sundays, services were at Faith Tabernacle and in the evenings we’d have another in school. We just called those evening services “spiro.” During one spiro in Js2, if I remember correctly, our … Continue reading How Everyone in My Secondary School Gave Their Lives To Christ, 7 Colombs Style

There’s a Rumble in My Tummy

Images are not mine. I’m done with University exams. Well technically there’s still the matter of some courses that are about aptitude development but you get the picture. Anyway, I’m happy because now I’d have more time to write, I’ve been really inconsistent of late and I want to apologise because it’s not in my nature. Let’s go to the real reason I’m writing this. … Continue reading There’s a Rumble in My Tummy

The Consipracy Theorist’s Guide To Understanding Lagos Heat

Images are not mine and were stolen from Twitter     Don’t be fooled by the weather reports, telling you the weather is 28° and that rain is predicted to fall tomorrow. Don’t let it get your hopes up because it is a set up. The weather is not 28° your sweat soaked shirt can tell you that, the hand fan you’re using inside your supposedly … Continue reading The Consipracy Theorist’s Guide To Understanding Lagos Heat

Clubbing & Other Social’s In Secondary School 

The biggest social event in my secondary school was always the Birthday Celebration. Once or twice every term, the school would throw a party for all students who’s birthdays were in the months that had passed or in the case of December babies like myself, the months that was to follow. Birthday celebration was huge in school, night prep got cancelled, the biggest and brightest … Continue reading Clubbing & Other Social’s In Secondary School 

I Don’t Know What To Do With My Blog 

Sometimes I wish my blog had some sense of direction. I get asked a lot what my blog is about and my usual answer is “I just rant and write a lot of nonsense”. Yes, people look at me like I’m a mad man. Honestly, sometimes I wish I was a fashion blogger. I’d display my acumen of the latest trends, the best and worst … Continue reading I Don’t Know What To Do With My Blog 

I Don’t Know What To Do With My Blog 

Sometimes I wish my blog had some sense of direction. I get asked a lot what my blog is about and my usual answer is “I just rant and write a lot of nonsense”. Yes, people look at me like I’m a mad man. Honestly, sometimes I wish I was a fashion blogger. I’d display my acumen of the latest trends, the best and worst … Continue reading I Don’t Know What To Do With My Blog