Nigerian police officers are the most lethal elements walking the streets of Nigeria, the infamous armed robbery gangs come in a close second. They kill scores every year, without being persecuted and opening fire at will, mostly without provocation (here is a mild example). Most areas in Nigeria are dangerous but an armed police officer on the streets of Nigeria does little to nothing to … Continue reading Train or unarm the lethal Nigerian Police
An American friend of mine and I were talking once and what seems to be a casual conversation almost moved me to tears as it dawned on me that I have NEVER enjoyed my country. I am sure there were times when Nigeria was awesome but it has never been awesome in my lifetime. My friend, who is a Texan, was telling me how the … Continue reading Grand Embezzlement
Most people work hard to get promoted but the reality is that your current performance does not necessarily earn you a promotion. The question “where do you see yourself five years from now?” is all so familiar to people in the corporate world. The more important question, however, is where does your employer see you five years from now? An employee looking for career advancement … Continue reading Career Growth – High Performance vs. Potential
Saying two halves don’t make a whole sounds counter intuitive but it is the reality in marriage. Every single man and lady is looking for that better halve that completes them, however if you are a self-professed “half” looking for another “half” your marriage will be a train wreck waiting to happen. Marriage, which is a lifelong commitment needs to be entered into with judicious … Continue reading Two halves don’t make a whole
The vigor with which APC campaigned for elections in 2015, made it seem like improvement to the ailing Nigerian economy will take place the minute their candidates stepped into office. Before and during the campaigns, APC was vocal and in front of every issue facing Nigeria. They were quick to comment publicly on current issues and they were never shy about telling President Jonathan and … Continue reading Nobody likes to be ignored Mr. Nigerian President
US Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia passed away this past weekend and Democrats and Republicans are at war on whether or not his seat should be filled or left vacant until the next president takes office. US presidential candidates obviously know the gravity of the selection of a Supreme Court justice. The Supreme Court has decided on cases that have changed the history, some more … Continue reading Supreme Court Justices – Epitome of Power
Warning: The word child and kid are used interchangeably. Once you have been in company of a real child (or a couple of children) you may begin to wonder if kids will fit well into your lifestyle. Kids are not cheap and that they could be a hand full so is having a kid right for you? If you can answer yes to all four … Continue reading Should I have kids?
The only sure thing in life is death, so why not live a life that is full of purpose? While most of us find it hard to juggle work, school, children and business, at the age of 79 Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo is still reinventing himself. Being a Nigerian political figure Olusegun Obasanjo is by no means a shining role model but there is much to … Continue reading Olusegun Obasanjo – A full life
When Muhammadu Buhari won the presidential election in Nigeria last year, the entire country was flooded with hope. It seemed like the country was finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel instead of another train. APC’s complete defeat of PDP was refreshing for Nigeria, a country that was plagued with decades of bad leadership and mismanagement. Excited that Mohammadu Buhari will cleanse … Continue reading Wrong Timing For Change In Nigeria
Zimbabwean Pastor Uebert Angel recently bought his wife a $400,000 Lamborghini for Valentine’s Day and outrage flooded the internet. People crying foul and crediting his source of income to church tithe and donations. Are tithe contributions a gravy train for pastors in ministry? Malachi 3: 10-12 popularly known as the tithe verse is the ever sure weapon pastors whip out when it’s contribution time in church. … Continue reading Tithe, a gravy train?