There was a time in my life when I decided I wasn’t ever going to get married. Much of what I’d seen in marriages, my parent’s marriage included, was just people who wanted to kill themselves but had to stay together because of the children. Always because of the children. Always together, forever apart. Advertisements
I think I am back to regular programming. I sincerely apologise for the break in transmission and I promise to do better from here on out… It is like Olatoxic said in this here post, I Forgot, I just forgot how to write. *sigh* So, I want to talk about Jimi Agbaje joining the… Continue reading Voting the man not the party
😀 God is indeed good! I was reminded of this earlier today when I was stranded in Ogba. That should be a movie title – Stranded in Ogba. Here comes the cool story… My madam at the top sent me to the bank to do some transactions. I do not like going into banking halls… Continue reading I have a TESTIMONY!
Before you continue, please read Kidnapping: Our Experience by Alan Chibuike and Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 1 & 2) by Alan Chibuike So what do you do first when a loved one is presumed missing and assumed kidnapped? 1) Pray First thing is to pray because you actually don’t know if he/she is dead or alive. Only… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 3 & 4) by Alan Chibuike
Before you continue, please read Kidnapping in Nigeria by Alan Chibuike Day 1: The Snatch (Saturday evening, July 20) The victim was snatched on Saturday evening at Okosi area of Onitsha, Anambra state around 4pm. He was driving home with a friend in his Land Cruiser when they were ambushed by heavily armed men. They were taken hostage and… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 1 & 2) by Alan Chibuike
So my dear friend, Opeyemi S. Ojo sent me a mail in reply to my post Hate The Sin, Love The Sinner. After reading it, I thought to put it up because I was feeling what he wrote…. Oh! Sometimes I do. I let loose. I say it the way it is, I reject what I detest. To… Continue reading Ope Ojo’s reply to Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner
#CNN interview with #Lagos resident @PearlEze on the chaos she witnessed at the site of the #planecrash: http://t.co/xagG1rSx @gbengasesan — Melissa Giaimo (@MelissaGiaimo) June 4, 2012 It’s been a year but I still remember the events of the afternoon of the 3rd of June 2012 very vividly, like it was yesterday. I do not think… Continue reading June 3, 2012