As we look into our faulty and convoluted structure called “Face me, I slap you”, let us have a look at another scenario today. As earlier stated in the series, most times poverty and lack of government will to enforce discipline whatsoever in any form resulted in uncontrolled building with little or any thought for … Continue reading Face me, I slap U “5” – Isaacola AA
Its good to laugh to douse all these tension soaked country. Laugh they say does much good to the heart than any medicine.
I am a passionate Nigeria that believe in equity, justice and fairness but I took it on myself never to allow my going through affect my going to for the obvious reason of maintaining my sanity.
Let’s go! I was traveling to see my parents sometime in 1999 from school . I was at UNAD then, in case you are interested (winks). I boarded a bus as usual and was ready for the tumultuous four hours journey to Ilorin that entailed passing through numerous death traps and winding sharp bending bottle necked roads. Um, traveling to Ilorin from Ekiti land can sometimes require you to read Psalm 91 and 23 or if you are a muslim reading “Yaasin” and “Dabatiada”. The road then was quite…
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NB #savefolly Kindly help make donation (any amount will be appreciated) to MALOMO FOLORUNSHO CARLTON (GTBank 0004728392) who needed a kidney transplant surgery in India about four million Naira. He is a father of a six month old baby. ********************************** Tade was quite uneasy and it has started trickling down his face betraying what he … Continue reading Tade and Nkechi “5” – Isaacola AA
The palpable fear that can be touched, with its sulphurous smell barging into my subconscious, whispering in loud pounds of thunderous smash, its impossible for you to make it! Can I ever summon enough courage to fight this amorphous leviathan? Eyes bulging with splotches of red, nose flaring with oxygenated heat, fangs ready at the … Continue reading Fear – Isaacola AA
OBEDIENCE IS NOT ENOUGH Obedience is not enough Memory verse- Gen 26:3 Isaac got the blessings God had poured out on Abraham by obeying God to stay in Gerar, this blessing became an opener, a channel or an avenue through which God could reach out to him to extend the blessings but for the blessing … Continue reading Faith series XI – Abayomi Oladunjoye
Like I was saying, Doctor Sylva continued; "You can have a look at your baby girl but your wife is still resting and it may be a few hours before she comes around but I can emphatically tell you that the surgery was successful." Tade sighed with relief and offered the doctor a bear hug. … Continue reading Tade and Nkechi “4” – Isaacola AA
Here we are again taking a look at the multidimensional situations synonymous with the setting called "Face me, I slap you". When I came to Lagos some eleven years ago, I had to stay with a relative somewhere around 'Alimosho' area. I had to make do with the one room apartment then with my relative … Continue reading Face me, I slap U “4” – Isaacola AA
LIVING IN THE SUPERNATURAL A CHRISTIAN is to live in the supernatural. And to live like that, he needs to be spiritually minded. Too many of us are naturally minded and hence only see with our natural eyes when we should, with our spiritual eyes – the eyes of faith. What does it mean to … Continue reading Faith series X – Ikechukwu Amadi
For Episode 2 read http://t.co/apBrkrNwUO For Episode 1 read http://t.co/93ZD2BKoK8 "Tade! Tade!! My water has broken....eh! Ah, are you hearing me?!" Nkechi screamed into the night with a voice that sounded more animal than human. "Oh no! Hold on now; can't you see the time?" The grunt emanating from the recess of his throat drowned … Continue reading Tade and Nkechi 3 – Isaacola AA
Read Episode 1 here http://t.co/mclT768Ark Read Episode 2 here http://t.co/oTrRvtqDBi Poverty is almost always the reason most people make do with face me-I slap you but the absurdity can sometimes be so much for a sane person to comprehend at times. Imagine a building in Ajegunle area, notoriously known as the king of slums and … Continue reading Face me, I slap U “3” – Isaacola AA