Weekend Chronicles: I saw Jonathan Eze

About last week. … Monday was full of official activities Tuesday was challenging..one of those learned brothers had nearly made me look incompetent. But I still got vindicated…in a big way. I got home. Got disappointed over something i was expecting in […]

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Celebrating me on International Women’s Day

The other day, when my good friend, Ogbeni Ota was checking up on me, or I probably called him, he said ‘Yetunde(his wife) was just asking me if I’ve gotten in touch with you since the last time and I told her […]

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OBF2…

Yesterday, on my way back from a personal errand, I trudged on laboriously on the dusty Garki street, shielding my eyes from the rays of the sun, my medicated eye lens doing little to prevent me from its harsh effect. . I […]

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Welcome February

I had to drag myself here. Its been ages. January had been full of experiences. The good outweighing the bad. There have been some changes too. Positive ones. I am thankful to be alive. I am willing to take on February with […]

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The Sacrifices Of Being A Writer

Many years after Prison Break, I never watched a single episode of it. People keep talking about Game of Thrones, yet I don’t even know what its all about. I watched Gossip Girl(because my sister had brought it) years after people had […]

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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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