Here's the honest truth: sometimes (or should I say a lot of the times) being Nigerian and living in Nigeria is one of the most frustrating things ever. And there are times when Nigeria decides to embarrass you on a global scale! Sigh We keep taking Ls! I really don't understand why. Let me run… Continue reading OTW (Archives): Speechless
I feel like when the story of this world is retold, I don’t where or how that will happen (I haven’t figured out how the specifics yet but I’m sure God knows) Kechi Okwuchi’s story will be top of the pile. I don’t know whether y’all understand, but stepping up to tell her story and… Continue reading OTW (Archives): Making Lemonade
Over the weekend, all over blogs and social media, I saw many posts about the arrest of a Nigerian musician in the US for alleged credit card fraud. You know, the usual crimes associated with Nigerians, hence the popularity of Nigerians being synonymous with corruption and the famous 419 tag smeared all over Nigerians across… Continue reading OTW (Archives): Quit Stunting
So, for a long time now, since the agitation by firstly MASSOB and now IPOB, I haven’t been paying attention to the struggle by “certain” Igbos for a Sovereign nation of Biafra. I actually saw them as lunatics, no joke. I mean, have they fought a war? know the implications of agitating for secession? Nnamdi Kanu,… Continue reading OTW (Archives): Can We Solve This Biafran Dilemma ?
In case your are unaware Ramadan is around the corner (well now, has started). For those who have no idea what Ramadan is, it's the holy month of fasting for Muslims around the world. This is the month where forgiveness, mercy are the lowest hanging fruits of the tree (they always are anyway but even… Continue reading OTW (Archives): Ramadan