‘Thank God for Force Majeure’ – Why You Need Professionals for your (Business) Writing Jobs

Originally posted on MakeADreamNG.com:
While working on contract documents and agreements for clients at Hoopla Hive, I ensure we never omit the vital sections, no matter how simple the client wants it. I am meticulous by nature. I pay attention to details and would rather give too much than too little; but besides that, I have a basic understanding of how business operations work,… Continue reading ‘Thank God for Force Majeure’ – Why You Need Professionals for your (Business) Writing Jobs

Conversations with my Father by Tony Ihidero

I had just finished writing my SSCE examinations as a young secondary school leaver, was back home in Lagos from Ijebu-Ode, taking one day at a time, awaiting my examination results. It was evening on that day… Dad: Abayomi Me: Sirrrrr…..Hurrying towards the direction of his voice. Dad: What are you doing right now? Me: I am about feeding the dogs. Dad: Ok, when you … Continue reading Conversations with my Father by Tony Ihidero

Describing Fear (2): The Day I Challenged Usain Bolt’s Record – Funmi Adebayo

The story continues from Describing Fear (1): When A Horror Movie Played Out In My Business One Beautiful December Morning: When the gateman wouldn’t show up at his duty post despite several honks as I drove out to work that morning, I concluded he must have gone about his ‘personal business’ as usual. Therefore, I swiftly stood in for him to avoid further delay. This … Continue reading Describing Fear (2): The Day I Challenged Usain Bolt’s Record – Funmi Adebayo

A Second Touch…a Poem by Funmi Adebayo

Why do you goWondering“Will I ever be made whole?”When despite a touch from MeYou still see men Like trees walking around? Why do you keepMurmuringWhen I’m still busyWorking outThat very thing you wish? Why do you goDoubtingWhen in your frantic searchThrough the darkYou can’t trace Me? Jesus …spit into the man’s eyes and placed his hands on him…(and) asked him, “Can you see anything?” The … Continue reading A Second Touch…a Poem by Funmi Adebayo