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Damilola J. Oladeji

Damilola is quite fascinated by the workings of the human mind, he writes with a goal to build the mind of readers. He has written a number of unpublished short stories and poems, some can be found on his blog (jonathanoladeji.wordpress.com). He loves to create beautiful ideas through short stories and poems.
Buhari - #LazyNigerianYouths

#LazyNigerianYouths: President Buhari Condemns Us at the Commonwealth Business Forum

Are people surprised that #LazyNigerianYouths is trending? It's not like this is the first time our President will call us names. In fact, if anything, down-talking Nigerian Youths has been one of his greatest...
Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, Cambridge Analytica and the Death of Privacy

Mark Zuckerberg and the Death of Privacy: What about us living outside America? A lot of us owe so much to Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg today - probably even our lives. He has created something...
Pastor Adeboye - tithing

Pastor Adeboye: non-tithers go to hell but isn’t Nigeria already hell?

Pastor Adeboye's videos went viral recently where he claimed non-tithers would not make heaven. I know I am a Christian and it would be wrong for me to attack my faith because I feel ticked...
OAU sex-for-marks Professor Akindele

OAU Sex-For-Marks Pest Prof Akindele and Nigerians Endorsing Abuse of Authority

Professor Akindele, an Obafemi Awolowo University lecturer of accounting, a self-acclaimed man of God, and a habitual offender when it comes to sex-for-marks has been caught out finally on audio. A young lady recorded him...
Fela Durotoye Nigeria 2019

Running for a New Nigeria: Fela Durotoye’s Alternative Universe and the Race to 2019

I have recently cleared the air about Fela Durotoye's role in the previous administrations. No one can blame him for who they voted in 2015. He, like everyone of us, was a voter and...
Sowore Triumphant in Nigeria

#TakeBackNigeria: Sowore’s Alternative Universe and the Race for 2019 Elections

At this point we must consider our options closely. The waters are stirred, everyone is sitting tight. President Buhari has declared for 2019. Now Sowore is painting the streets red and screaming blue murder. He...
Stephen Hawkings

Tribute: Physicist Stephen Hawkings dies at 76, same day Einstein was born

If there were ranks for Mortality Jinxes, Stephen Hawkings would surely be a Grand Master. Today, we mourn him; he was truly a rare breed. A lot of us know him from the movies "Star...

When it comes to team work, a leader must not be afraid to shine

Let’s talk team and team work today. Some of us struggle a lot with working with people. The problem might be that we fear our inadequacies and focus too much on these fears. Two quotations I find...

Failure is a Nigerian extolling the virtues of a third class graduate over first...

Everywhere you see success stories in Nigeria, we proudly emphasise the uselessness of formal education. "Many third class graduates are on Forbes list while First Class graduates don't have jobs." Or sometimes, we bring that...

Don’t be in a hurry: the road to success is never straight

I met a smart girl yesterday. She is in her Honours Year (financial management). I intentionally chose to sit with her at the University of Pretoria (UP) cafeteria. She was watching a movie on her...

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