Light beam. Losing her husband to the war, having to fend for three children, playing the role of the father and the mother, making effort to fit into the society as a woman, then a human, these burdens are shoulder crushing. Yet, Hannah told herself she would thrive. She would give her children [...]
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For most people, the last day of every year circumspect around thoughts of events that happened in the present year and making plans towards having a better year the following year. Plans made are mostly based on lessons learnt in the present year. This act has become never-ending, many times an unproductive cycle. Don’t get me [...]
Christmas for children is about getting that gift they have longed for through the year. A visit to Santa or attending a Christmas party would mean a lot to them too. This defines a perfect Christmas, at least for most children. For adults, Christmas is ensuring that their loved ones are very comfortable. Everyone getting what [...]
A stack of money, large bundles of them and a very robust bank account is the image that comes to mind when the word ‘Entrepreneur’ is mentioned. The words, ‘I am a businessman or businesswoman. I run my business. I resume anytime I please’, are what majority crave to roll out of their tongues. How convenient? [...]
The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil but by those who watch them without doing anything. -Albert Einstein Citizens of most African countries believe that there are senior citizens with the most power. Citizens who are more powerful than they are. This belief, unknown to many, has its root planted in our [...]
Measurement birthed comparison. What the measuring device is, never bothers us, as far as the result gives us a reason to compare. With age and technology, Social Media has become a measuring device. It has silently, yet emphatically dictated how we should live, what we should wear and eat, how we should look etc. This surreal [...]
I froze on the spot when my 8 years old brother told me I did not have to let the bus conductor playfully hit my buttocks so we could pay for one seat instead of two for the three of us. Those words stung me and opened up a hidden emotion of anger for my parents. [...]
With the recent happenings in Nigeria, putting our lives on the pedal of our government’s decisions is not one of the available options to ensure safety. The Plateau killings, the fire blast on Otedola Bridge Lagos, the attempted murder of a LASU student and the everyday lack of security that results to deaths but never makes [...]