Thursday, 30 October 2014

My Problem with Secretaries!

I walk into the office of this top government official. I have an appointment to meet with him to discuss some important business.

As a matter of procedure, I have to go through his secretary who is his official "gatekeeper".

After introducing myself and my objective, I am asked by this secretary to "sit down and wait for Director".

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Do We Still Read Books?

Who still reads books, fairy tales?

Growing up as a kid, I had this penchant for reading. I read anything and everything: from newspapers to magazines, story books, comic books - especially fairy tales, and even the dictionary! Story

Monday, 20 October 2014

Leaders of Yesteryears... Why Nigeria Cannot Progress

1993 - Babangida to the youth "You are the leaders of tomorrow"

2014 - Gen. Buhari contesting for Presidency of Nigeria...

My response: Abi tomorrow never reach?

Thursday, 16 October 2014

SHIT On Board!

...A True Story

I remember a day few years ago, I was on a bus from Lagos heading to Calabar. It was a long, bumpy and stressful journey. The interesting thing about this particular trip, apart from the fact that it was a day before Christmas Eve,

Sunday, 12 October 2014

5 Conspiracy Theories That Are Dumb & Real

It's a scary world we live in today...lots of conspiracy theories and myths surrounding almost everything.

In my curiosity to dig deep into some "conspiracies", I came across some really weird and interesting one's on the internet.

Here are excerpts below...

"It would be nice to live in a world where there's no such thing as random tragedy and where every terrible event could be linked back to a villainous puppet master via a chain of subtle but obvious clues. We don't, though. Luckily, there is a fiercely insane contingent of people who are convinced that everything is a conspiracy, and reading their hilariously daffy theories about the exhausting web of deceit hiding behind recent events can occasionally make our indiscriminately destructive existence more bearable. Here are five of the most ridiculous examples.

#5. "The Ice Bucket Challenge

Friday, 10 October 2014

#Lindagate Linda Ikeji Returns! The inside story & 7 Lessons to learn

A few days ago, the entire blogosphere and social media was flooded with news about the taking down of popupar female blogger, Linda Ikeji's blog (

The blog was taken down by Google after

Monday, 6 October 2014

#Guys, Would You Sell Your Sperm to Make Money if Flat Broke? Plus #7 Crazy Ideas to Make Cash

What would you do to make money and survive if you were flat broke?

I thought about this a while ago and some weird and amazingly creative ideas came to my mind!

ADVANCE WARNING: Some of the ideas I would be sharing might sound outlandish and crazy! But, trust me, they are all perfectly legal stuff - depending on the laws where you live.

Ok, let's get into it...

Sunday, 5 October 2014

The danger of Lack of Originality aka Copy and Paste

Today's world is one where you really dont need to invent something entirely new to be famous or successful. You just need to improve upon what has already been invented, and that's it!

Thanks to the inventor of copy and paste, we can simply lift material (including proprietary content and intellectual property) from the internet, CDs, pictures, etc and use them like we are the originators without giving credit to the authors.