[WATCH] Her Excellency Opunimi Akinkugbe accompanies Nigerian National Anthem in Athens

Nigerian 61st Independence Celebration – Nigerian Ambassador to Greece, Her Excellency Opunimi Akinkhugbe accompanies beautiful rendition of Nigerian National Anthem by 17-year-old Peace Ebhohon in Athens. Please watch. Continue reading [WATCH] Her Excellency Opunimi Akinkugbe accompanies Nigerian National Anthem in Athens

POETRY: Just A Little Yeast… (Happy Independence Day Nigeria) by Funmi Adebayo

Evil triumphs where good men do nothing! -Edmund Burke When ‘ordinary’ men underrate the power of their ‘little’ contribution, they quit trying. However in Nation Building, little good makes a world of difference… Just… Few good mento buttress the truth Few praying mento stand in the gap… Few upright mento uphold the arm of justice Few hopeful peopleto dream of a brighter tomorrow… Jesus told them still another … Continue reading POETRY: Just A Little Yeast… (Happy Independence Day Nigeria) by Funmi Adebayo

Quote: Turning Passion to Vocation

“… where your talent and the needs of the world cross, there lies your vocation” Aristotle Aristotle once said, “where your talent and the needs of the world cross, there lies your vocation”. In other words, the journey towards turning your passion or talent to a profitable vocation begins from identifying where your passion meets the world’s needs, especially your immediate community! However, discovering your … Continue reading Quote: Turning Passion to Vocation

SUNDAY POST: Of Nigerians and ‘Unchristian’ Public Prayers

An esteemed schoolmate recently narrated on his Facebook wall, this hilarious account of how he had chanted a loud “Eeeeriiiiiiiiii wooooooo yaaaaaa!”*¹ when summoned to give closing prayers at a public meeting, and how he had been hushed and quickly replaced with someone else… Rib-cracking account! I laughed because I could imagine the Christian women in the gathering clutching their breasts, snapping their fingers, stamping … Continue reading SUNDAY POST: Of Nigerians and ‘Unchristian’ Public Prayers

“Aunty, I only came to say thank you…” How rejection became my motivation – Bankole Williams

A few years back, after chasing a particular client for business, I finally got the chance to go through the selection process. I aced the pitches and was selected to run a training for them. Finally, the door into this bank had opened for me. This testimony was grand; as I had sought the opportunity to work with them for over 3 years. A few … Continue reading “Aunty, I only came to say thank you…” How rejection became my motivation – Bankole Williams

Basic Principles and Lessons from the Eagle in the Storm – Afolabi Oyewunmi

Eagles deal differently with an approaching storm than other birds; instead of flying away from the storm. An eagle will perch on its nest until it feels the first rain drops. The eagle has no ability to stop the storm, but has the ability to fly above the storm. The way eagles fly in the storms is totally different from the way all other birds … Continue reading Basic Principles and Lessons from the Eagle in the Storm – Afolabi Oyewunmi

Pediatrics Memoir – A true life story by Oyepeju Abioye MB, BS

Featured Image Credit Photo by Amina Filkins from Pexels ‘Consciously and consistently strive to make your patients feel that they matter. Then you will realize that you matter too- and the exploding galaxies and dying suns will, for a moment, be eclipsed.’² My eyes trailed the lady, as she walked in.She couldn’t have been a day over 24. The sadness in her eyes bestowed upon … Continue reading Pediatrics Memoir – A true life story by Oyepeju Abioye MB, BS

Afolabi Oyewunmi, Debuts 2 Self-Help Titles

Afolabi Oyewunmi, renowned coach and business strategist, best known for his unique command of inspirational leadership, recently dropped two amazing self-help/ motivational titles in Lagos Nigeria. The books, Bounce Back Better and Find Your Place, were released early 2021, in a bid to help individuals and startups navigate the economic and psychological melt down of COVID-19, and the ensuing lockdown, which had devastating effects on … Continue reading Afolabi Oyewunmi, Debuts 2 Self-Help Titles

The Man Robert Akande, and the Quest to Save Akoko-Edo LGA @dopplerfilmz

Author’s note: There are over 262,000 people according to the 2006 population census, there are 10 large political wards, over 13 clans and 16 sub-clans, over 50 towns and communities, in the land we today call Akoko-Edo LGA of Edo State. Despite her rich and diverse cultural heritage and history, a very hard working and hospitable people, headquartered in the ancient town of Igarra, it appears … Continue reading The Man Robert Akande, and the Quest to Save Akoko-Edo LGA @dopplerfilmz

New Book Alert: Introducing A Person of Heft, a novel by Bolaji Olatunde

Title: A Person of Heft Author: Bolaji Olatunde Edited by: LaTunes Publishers Cover Design: Hoopla Hive ISBN: 978-978-990-1456Release Date: June 2021Media Type: Paperback and e-copyAvailable at: Amazon, Konga, Roving Heights About the Book It is 2015. Nigeria has a new president who has promised change and prosperity for Nigerians. Tomi Makinde is a young Nigerian professional woman struggling to get a foothold in corporate Nigeria. As her marketing career grows, she finds … Continue reading New Book Alert: Introducing A Person of Heft, a novel by Bolaji Olatunde