It’s been 165 years since Oba Akitoye signed the “Protection Treaty” with the British which for better or worse put Lagos on the path to what it has eventually become, and while it is far from perfect, I am very sure he would be in great shock if he saw what has become of his … Continue reading WHOSE LAGOS IS IT ANYWAYS??
My first day at my PPA I was posted to a school to teach in one of the most rural areas I've ever seen. But this story is not about my place of primary assignment but about my experience on my way there. So, I board a bus going to that village, sit down and … Continue reading ANOTHER LAGOS STORY (THE PERVERT)
Head over clouds A simple life is a good life… so they say. Our lives are complicated enough; the digital world consumes us to feel eternally busy, perpetually loud. Constant pressures from unwanted sources, conflicting guidance, drain us to the point that we withdraw and obstruct our minds. We are all, however bound by the … Continue reading SIMPLY LIVE