Today I saw a video of a woman who caught her husband with his side chick getting intimate in their car. The enraged woman jumped on the car bonnet and held on to the wipers. The husband drove off but not before the woman jumped and landed on the car bonnet. The husband kept… Continue reading Is getting married or marriage an achievement?
Grief is brutally painful… The process of grieving and mourning is difficult for everyone, add being a Nigerian to this process, and you are in for one hell of tough ride. You see, I’ve seen the way our people expect you to grief and it sucks. Our usual clichés: ‘’It is well’’ (whatever that means)… Continue reading My experience with Grief as a Nigerian
Remember when Mercy Aigbe said “I wear bum shorts so that all those toothpick leg girls will not snatch my husband (Read here). Well, it appears that the Bum Shorts didn’t do the magic after all. Reports have it that her seven-year old marriage to her husband is over, as she had been enduring domestic… Continue reading It Appears Bum Shorts Didn’t Have the Magic.
See this mumu!! Anuofia!! So, a teacher in a mixed secondary school in Nigeria, was advising his followers to "catch girls young" when they are still in secondary schools. Just imagine that, coming from a teacher who is supposed to protect and nurture these young girls in his care. Why am I not surprised? Ask Nigerian… Continue reading Catch Them Young, He Says
I said to someone quite recently, that since my mom has passed, she can be my God now. He looked at me like I was from another planet. But you see, the mother-child relationship is one that you can’t put into words. I cannot find the words to describe all the beauty of the love… Continue reading My Mother, My God
November 30th, 2016 – The day I got the call that my mother died. My whole world stopped for a moment. It still feels surreal, like a dream, one which I pray to wake up from, every night I go to bed. But I guess, I will not wake up from this dream until the… Continue reading She did it all…….
The five stages, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance are a part of the framework that makes up our learning to live with the one we lost. They are tools to help us frame and identify what we may be feeling. But they are not stops on some linear timeline in grief. Not everyone goes… Continue reading The Five Stages Of Grief
So I saw the video of a man beating a woman who apparently is his girlfriend. Boyfriend oh! At least they are not yet married, so she has the chance to flee now. The man dished out blows to her back while she was on the floor crying and apologising. My dear, this is not… Continue reading Ebonyi State University Student Beating his Girlfriend as People Stand Around Looking & Recording
So, Pastor Oyedepo says people should stop criticising the school fees charged by Covenant University to desist to avoid incurring the wrath of God. He said, “the issue of school fees paid by students of the university was a godly agenda to meet the demands of raising godly children in an environment conducive for learning.”… Continue reading High Covenant University fees: Stop criticising or face God’s wrath, Oyedepo tells critics
So today, I read briefly about Olodumare, Orishas, and Obatala. Very interesting story, I must say. We have a very rich history which we have chosen to forget. I want to talk about the part of how humans were made: Just like Jesus, Obatala is the child of God. Olodumare, the father, permitted him to… Continue reading l learnt life began in Ile-Ife