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Monday, November 11, 2019

Data Rates Applicable In Nigeria: DRAIN | Sayo Aluko

I fell for it, again. It happened to me sometime ago pertaining petrol usage, some few months after pump prices hiked. You know that sudden stirring feeling that presses you to pause, and then asks...

TALENT is a Miserable ORPHAN | Sayo Aluko

This morning, I was in the bathroom with my friend, Mr. iTunes Music player, and as usual, he was on shuffle. Fuuny guy. He has mastered the art of sifting through my over 2000 songs...

EJEKASEYI JOBS: Exploring An Unusual Employment Creation Model That Works

In just six (6) months, a dossier of data detailing the progress of beneficiaries from the “Ejekaseyi” empowerment programme shows that over 50 percent among them now run thriving businesses, making up to ₦60,000...

Ibadan-Ilesha road: Through the Valley of the Shadow of Holes | Sayo Aluko

Now, my driver is a good driver. Omo yen n try. I like him. But there's always this verbal war of attrition that brews between us when we are traveling on a Nigerian road, of...

Opinion: Do politicians feel our pain?

Written by @folaojotweet  She is an avid follower of my written opinions. My treatises on theology and ecclesiology make her skip for joy. Liberally, she scribbles uplifting comments on my inspirational and motivational writings. But,...

A Woman By Choice

She found stability in the decisions she made for others when she found the contrary in her own decisions. She never quite understood what was at stake in her not just knowing what she deserves,...

President Buhari and his lifeless Independence speech

Youth is an incredible period of belief and blind foolishness. Philosophically, life is capsulated in three stages – morning, afternoon and night. Childhood signifies the morning of life. Youth is encrusted in the hot...

Beyonce, Historic in Vogue!

Do you remember a world before Beyoncé?? I barely do. The talented singer and dancer as we know her to be, has been in our hearts and on our Playlists since forever! From being a...

The Insecurities That Make You A Prisoner

A little while back, I got struck and stuck with a gripping and eye-opening thought during a conversation with a friend about the underlying factors that determine our actions, in this particular case, insecurities. Our...

Why You Keep Making The Wrong Choices In Relationships

Most of us have, at some point, been in love with someone who wasn’t good for us, and to us. Some have been in it once, and learned their lessons, while some are still...