Dear diary, I have been absent without leave for quite sometimes now. Am sure, it is one of the effects of the wind of change blowing through the land. I will try as much as possible to always update my writing dear diary. Since I have been away for a time now. There are a … Continue reading Pastoral Diary 8
HE RAPED ME BUT I ….. My case is unique. I know you might have a terribly different opinion. That is your opinion and everybody no matter how big or small is entitled to his or her opinion. Like I noted, you are the General Overseer and General Superintendent of your opinion but hear me … Continue reading He raped me but…
Chenemi and Hajarat are what we call bests of friends. From their JSS three when Chenemi moved into boarding school, they've been practically inseparable. Though Chenemi is a Christian and Hajarat is a Muslim. Chenemi noticed the gloom on her friend face at the dining hall. Every inquiry was rebuffed playfully by her friend. She … Continue reading Remembering Chibok
I really don’t understand what it means to ‘stand on existing protocol’. Nevertheless, I will go ahead and stand on existing protocol.
1. On the day that Deng Xiaoping became leader of China in 1978, he was just under 75 years old. Between 1980 and 2010, China lifted 680 million people out of poverty. There can be no doubt about it — Deng Xiaoping’s reforms which opened up China’s economy played the biggest part in the stunning transformation of that country.
At a mere 72 years old; age cannot be an excuse for you. You’ve wanted this job for so long anyway. Now, it’s showtime
2. Between 1870 and 1910, over a million Swedes (around 20% of the country’s population at the time) abandoned Sweden for a new life in America. They left a country that was a pretty poor and dark place and suffering repeated crop failures…
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Not All About The Gain When you hear words like 'No free lunch in Freetown' and may be 'Nothing goes for nothing', you can be very sure of what that suggests. Especially in this part of the world. We are made to believe that nothing must be done without receiving something in return. It is … Continue reading Not all about the money @isaacsogo
Good afternoon to you all our esteemed readers, followers and comment-er. We appreciate you for encouraging us this past two years. We will like to inform you dear readers that we will be moving to the new site: http://www.nunaija.com. We will like you all to follow the blog via email for easy reach. Do … Continue reading To our esteemed friends
Growing up under your stern tutelage I then I do not understand why I have to different But the difference you made in my life Now I appreciate the difference Continue reading in http://t.co/H8HmlK1wRi.
Like what you do Fall in love with what you are doing and by so doing enjoy your life.It's a mistake of life to hate what you are doing and expect people to love it. It's first the personal impression from within which comes from you that is of a great importance and not vice-versa. … Continue reading Like what you do @isaacsogo
Halimat walk delicately with a tired gait, her Gucci bag hanging loosely on her shoulder. She was very determined to not let an extra day pass before teaching the hoodlums the lesson of their life. She sauntered into the dark alley with her heeled shoe clicking off. She always used the fifteen minute of quiet … Continue reading Surprised
EKO HOSPITAL, A BUILDING OF DEATHS? This piece is a hard one for me to write, hard and very difficult. As I write this, I am filled with deep sorrow for what could have been that was not. This piece is not intended to do anything but to warn unsuspecting members of the public. A … Continue reading Eko Hospital