I often get questioned about the effectiveness of the mini outreaches I engage in to drive change and solve the human and economic challenges of Africa. Does going out to feed people a few days a year really eradicate hunger? to what degree? Does giving a few 100 young ladies sanitary towels in rural communities … More Small scale development; a waste of time?
Growing up I always understood the importance of money, however, I was never really enlightened on the source of money. All I knew was my parents had money and if I ever needed something, with the right facial expression and a strong enough reason, I would get the money I required from them. And then … More Your Daddy’s Money Is Not Your Money
I have been fascinated by Northern Nigeria for a very long time. I first caught this ‘fascination bug’ during my first year in Junior Secondary School. I chose Hausa as my second Nigerian Language elective and my teacher Mrs Ahmed was an absolute delight! The classes were fun and enlightening even though now that I … More Adventures in Kano
Hey Guys!! Is it too late to say Happy New Year? *face palm*. I know you missed me and you can bet I’ve missed you more! I trust your 2017 has kicked off on a good note? Well it better have because approximately we’ve used up 12% of the year ALREADY! The good news is … More Big Moves 2017
A few months back, I was looking through my Instagram timeline and I saw the amazing work @harold_ofure is doing. Now see, this guy has a track record of getting things done. It’s almost unreal. I navigated on to his page and I thought to myself “I need you in my line of Sight” You … More Who’s In Your Line Of Sight?
It’s been three weeks since I completed my NYSC and returned to Lagos. The only word that comes to mind in describing my experience is “maze”. Life after NYSC is like a maze. Within these three weeks I have received and declined three job offers, and I am currently “unemployed” (P.s don’t feel bad about … More Life After NYSC; “The Maze”
NYSC Diaries is a 6 part series on my blog to commemorate my successful completion of the mandatory National Youth Service. It’s me sharing the stories, experiences and lessons I gathered during the year. Some will be serious, some will be funny, and some almost unbelievable. The one constant thing though is the faithfulness of … More NYSC Diaies (Part 6) – So Far So God!