Hello everyone, hope we’ve all been well. Thank God for a peaceful election and Happy Easter to you and yours. 🙂 The last Presidential election in Nigeria was epic! I learnt a few things from the election and I’ll be sharing. *Whenever God puts you in a position of authority, don’t fulfill your selfish interest. … More Most Interesting Election I’ve Experienced.
Hello everyone, hope we’re doing well and if you’re Nigerian, hope you’re ready to perform your civic duty on Saturday. I had the opportunity to attend a few insightful programs last weekend and I want to share some tidbits with you. By the way, I hope you like my new theme and the blog is … More THE WEEKEND EXPERIENCE
Hello everyone, hope our week was productive and we’re ready to ease off the stress, TGIF. Today I’m sharing one of my previous posts. Enjoy 😀 Click» » Questions….
It was a cool Tuesday evening of the Orators meet. I was happy to resume from the long break, the meeting proceeded and I was called on during the impromptu session to talk on “Will Nigeria survive if there was a war?” The impromptu session ended and it was time for prepared speeches, the young … More Èkó Akéte.
*Picks mic* I see hardwork, In the old woman that sells agbalumo or boli under the sun, The young boy hawking on the road, running between cars. He had mastered the art he runs faster than the danfo. I see hunger, In the face of the antisocial driver, He had to pay agberos at every … More WHAT DO YOU SEE?
Hello Perry’s Tots family, I’m sure we’ve all been doing great by God’s grace. Hope 2015 has been awesome so far. On my way back from Lagoon Hospital where I went to drop my elective program application, all that kept resounding in my head was Change. I do not mean the change as par the … More Note To Perry’s Tots Fam…
Happy Independence day Nigerians and happy new month! Through the ups and downs we thank God for keeping us. Heard someone recite the Nigerian anthem recited 1st October 1960 and thought to share on this beautiful day. Nigeria we hail thee, Our own dear native land, Though tribe and tongue may differ, In brotherhood we … More Freedom.