Weekend Chronicles: I Paid For Aso Ebi Yet I Wasn’t Served Any Jollof

Just yesterday, I had my own first epic moment of how jollof finished after I paid for aso-ebi. Well, not that jollof even finished outrightly like that. The hungry, famished, yawning guests were made to go through a long queue before they […]

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You May Think You Don’t Need God, But Here Is Why You Are Wrong

The unseen God, why should I believe in him? Without him, life is working out for me perfectly. I have everything I need. He is not the one supplying my needs. . I work really hard. I have paid my dues so […]

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Writers Aren’t Lazy People(Weekend Chronicles!!!)

Hello Blog Family, I know I haven’t been here in a while. Blame a lot of things: money making, survival, pressure, trying to make clients happy, maintaining other passions, writing for certain sites, economic recession(lol), occasional laziness, travel, hustle and bustle and […]

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I Got Featured On Woman.ng

15 Hot Questions For Yetunde Olanike Olasiyan- Writer, Blogger, A Poet And A Soon-To-Be Author 2. If you were the President for one day and you have the power to fix one thing in Nigeria, what will it be and WHY? . […]

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Have you been to ibadan lately?

When my dad made it compulsory for me to appear at the ancient city the next day, the only thing that irked me seriously was my fresh pot of chicken stew. Pray, who leaves town and abandon a whole pot of stew? […]

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I would never understand the average Nigerian’s seeming obsession with the party jollof

I think I’m tired of Nigerian weddings. I have never been at an English or American wedding before( I mean diaspora weddings in whatever continent) but what I have seen at play in Nigerian weddings has given me a huge distaste. . […]

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