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As at this morning, it would have been close to three weeks since the government of Nigeria declared a total lockdown in two states and the Federal Capital Territory, and advised all Nigerians to stay at home. All over the world, governments, religious leaders, celebrities, scientists, experts, politicians, just name it, everyone is unanimous in advising people everywhere to stay indoors, to stay safe because … Continue reading A Lone Voice for Our Environment from the East – Afeso Akanbi
A few years ago, I decided to go on a ‘mystery visit’ to a certain Bank in Akure. Apparently, this bank had it’s assigned mystery shoppers: people pretending to be normal customers, but are spies sent by the Management. I was not one of them, but as a trainer to that organization, I was merely doing this to assess the quality of the service delivery … Continue reading Goofed! Opportunity has a PhD in ‘Mystery Shopping’ – Bankole Williams
Finally, almost everyone in Lagos, Ogun and Abuja will be required to work remotely (work from home precisely) for the next two weeks (hopefully), as mandated by Mr. President in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Holiday? Not quite! And that reminds me of what I said to my son when he had to start taking his second term assessment online last week … Continue reading It’s NOT Holiday: We’re only Working from Home
Among the over 8,000 jubilant graduands, there was this young man that could not be ignored. Continue reading Meet Oluwaseun Akasoro – The Overall Best Graduating Student at Yabatech’s 33rd Convocation
One of the ‘Rules’ as recommended by Richard Templar in his international bestseller, The Rules of Work (A definitive code for personal success), in fact, the very first, is this golden piece of advice – “Get Your Work Noticed!” In this article, we share a simple way aspiring singers can do just that by venturing into solo acapella singing, and sharing their awesomeness with the … Continue reading How Aspiring Singers can Land Opportunities using Acapella Apps
People often wonder whether success in life is truly earned or happens by chance, and whether accolades are won by luck or truly deserved. However, just one encounter with Sally Kenneth Dadzie in person or through her writings settles the debate, as it gets crystal clear that Sally is a genius indeed, waiting to be more recognised and rewarded. Furthermore, when you consider the fact that … Continue reading Meet Sally Kenneth Dadzie: NWA Fiction Writer of the Year 2017 and OkadaBooks Best Selling Author
Are you one of those who keep waiting for the next milestone –probably for COVID-19 to be over– to start enjoying their best life? Then you really should learn to accept ‘what is’ and to start maximising your life RIGHT NOW, while anticipating a better tomorrow. Even if the doors have not opened yet, your expectations are still unfulfilled, COVID-19 wouldn’t go away, and life … Continue reading Stop Waiting For Milestones to be Happy. You Can Live Your Best Life Right Now!
I saw the fear in her eyes when she ran up to me and held my arms tight. I had no idea who she was, I’d just come to fetch water by the public tap – and I hated this because the tap was in the middle of a large compound and people always sat around that area, as if their business in life was … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: This Way, to Dreamland (1) by Chuks Obinna
The teaching profession is about the noblest, and at the same time, one of the most overlooked occupations in our clime. I sincerely believe that teachers deserve more in terms of recognition and renumeration. Thoughts of the mystery behind my literacy, for instance, has always left me humbled and spellbound. I was born a stark illiterate. We all were. Yet today, many have grown to … Continue reading Dream Professionals: Meet The Intentional Teacher – Adeiye Oluwaseun-Sobo
The Fertile Chick has emerged the bestselling author for Q1 2020 on Nigeria’s leading ebook rental platform, Bambooks with a payout of over a million naira. According to a statement released by Bambooks recently, she is also the first author to hit a million naira in payout, making her the best selling author ever on the Bambooks platform. View this post on Instagram Congratulations to … Continue reading The Fertile Chick emerges Bambooks’ Best Selling Author for Q1, with N1m+ Payout
Good food evokes all kinds of memories, and in this case it takes me back to my childhood, I think I was seven years old when we had a Ghanaian nanny called Aunty Comfort. She was kind, playful and loving. She taught me a lot about her culture, language, games and most especially food. Ghana is also a West African country and our food is … Continue reading Groundnut Brittle – Magic snack with Roasted Groundnuts by Kraft Queen @kraftplus
Sometimes, in fact, most times, you have to remind, and actually COMMAND your soul to BE STILL. This is because ever since the spirit of man got disconnected from God at the event of the fall, man’s soul also got detached and became subject to the prince of this world, who rules with enticing, but burdensome pressures from the world outside. The harsh realities of … Continue reading “Be Still My Soul…” Finding Peace in Times Like This
Delectable Affiong Ene-Obong is a lawyer, author and poet. She is also a certified screenwriter and essayist. She has a degree in Law from Babcock University and B.L from the Nigerian Law School Abuja. She is a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Port Harcourt (Rivers State chapter), Poets in Nigeria (PIN), Seaview Poetry Club PortHarcourt (Rivers State chapter) and Federacion Internacional de … Continue reading Multifaceted Affiong Ene-Obong talks Publishing, Business and Special Needs Advocacy
When I organised that crazy clearance sales and locked up my retail store for a short break some months ago, never did it occur to me that I might be kissing retailing a final goodbye (at least as a main-hustle) … This was a venture I had run for over four years, one which I had thought would be my ‘final bustop’; one which I … Continue reading You Can Start Over, Despite the Magnitude of your Loss…
Although he was third in the line, the food-seller noticed him. Realizing that he could be a potential big customer, she beckoned him over. “Welcome, sir. Tell me wetin you go chop. Dem go bring am come give you.” “Thank you, madam.” Jeremiah placed his order and the woman knew she had not made a mistake. Her eyes gleamed as she watched Jeremiah walk up … Continue reading Fiction Fiesta: The Curfew by Magnus Ekpiken