Lagos Island for Dummies: An UgoTalksAlot Guide to Life Lagos Island Ocean

The Island. The créme de la créme of Lagos. The title in all fairness should go to Banana Island in particular, but let’s be honest and objective with the goals we set in this life. A lot of people live and swim work on the Island because a lot of businesses are situated there. Some people live there to be close to work or other … Continue reading Lagos Island for Dummies: An UgoTalksAlot Guide to Life Lagos Island Ocean

How To Date An Introvert

Introvert-Extrovert relationships are problematic. They are polar opposites and their differences are not habits or actions that can be changed relatively easily with proper conditioning, the differences are personality oriented. It’s about how people react in social contexts and how it affects them. Factors like social anxiety; how nervous socializing makes people, shyness, deep thought help differentiate introverts and extroverts but more overlooked is social … Continue reading How To Date An Introvert

Brain dead

I used to be so intellectual Since exams ended last week, I’ve realized some profound and disturbing things First of all, it appears that I’ve been studying for so long that I now HAVE to study. I’m serious, after exams the first thing I did was watch a LOT of TED Talks; Talks about 3D printing, Li-fi, autonomous vehicles, tons and tons of shit that … Continue reading Brain dead

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 

Heart’s Weren’t Made To be Broken 

The heart means so many things, the heart does so many things, the heart is so many things and the heart can take so many things. It’s the headquarters of all of the entirety of life. The nucleus of our reality. It stores the multifaceted essence of our existence. Bend it, bruise it, brush it aside but never break it. When the heart wants what … Continue reading Heart’s Weren’t Made To be Broken 

The Man On The Street 

His thin legs juggle round in his oversized trousers, his upper body submerged in the parachute that is his shirt. He threads carefully as he approaches his house refusing to permit his big toe to enlarge the hole that is being drilled through his shoe. His mind races towards what valuable he has left that can be quickly exchanged for money. His children school fees … Continue reading The Man On The Street 

An Ordinary Nigerian: It’s About Time We Fix Our Own Problems

Wadi Ben-Hirki You claim to be against education yet your platforms are built upon the very grounds of what you fight. Was it an uneducated man who invented the weapons you use to harm us? Is it uneducated individuals who create and run the social media you use to broadcast your cause? Are these weapons and social media forms of nonwestern education? The answers to … Continue reading An Ordinary Nigerian: It’s About Time We Fix Our Own Problems