A letter to Stella

Do you remember resumption day in third term when I was in J.S.S 1, when you brought the whole place down because a senior student had slapped me 27 times the previous term? Actually she had slapped me twice, but I told you I had received 9 slaps from her so as to build a credible case to change schools. I detested boarding house then, I desperately wanted to leave my current school for another school where they would respect human rights.

Global Emissions and the available solutions to tackling the hazard for developing countries

An abridged version of the article below was submitted for the first Feature Article Writing Competition organized by Oando Marketing Plc in 2016. The article was subsequently adjudged as the 1st runner up in the competition. Please take time out to read and share your thoughts.   The world, as we know it, has come… Continue reading Global Emissions and the available solutions to tackling the hazard for developing countries

The Travails of a Modern Day Ajala

Moshood Adisi Olabisi Ajala was a renowned globe-trotter credited with the feat of traveling to the most countries (reportedly numbering 87) on his scooter in the 1950s. This earned him an enviable spot in many Nigerian songs, thereby ensuring that generations unborn at the time would be familiar with the phrase “Ajala the traveler”. Nowadays… Continue reading The Travails of a Modern Day Ajala

Why Mills and Boon Novels should be banned

It’s not a bad habit to read novels, but it’s quite dangerous when you adopt ideas picked from the novels and infuse them into your mind set, especially when the “ideas” are unrealistic. My first Mills and Boon novel came from my mother’s preserved treasure trove of fiction books which included titles from the Pacesetters,… Continue reading Why Mills and Boon Novels should be banned