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Politics and it’s dirty tactics, can it ever be otherwise? In a country like Nigeria, it’s getting dirtier by the election. It’s another election in a few weeks and efforts are put into all sorts of scams, violence, lies, false manifestos and “God-knows-what”. To whom it may concern, don’t educate me about what … More My Vote, My Choice
So I was at church the other day, being the first Sunday of 2015, lots of people dressed in fancy clothes were in attendance. I guess perhaps with the expectation of catching fresh blessings for the year first hand. The pastor comes up with his sermon titled “Victorious Christian”. While he preached, he made some … More Is Christianity Folly? Rational and Practical Works, right?
So you know how music, loud pounding music, has become an awareness and publicity stunt in Lagos now? Well, maybe in other parts of Nigeria as well but the experience on Allen Avenue in Ikeja-Lagos is quite interesting actually. It keeps me company in rush-hour traffic jam during my drive home. So the other day, … More The Hold of Music
If love be personified, Tunde would be the body and Tomilayo, the soul. They fit each other in a perfectly practical way. Their relationship was all encompassing, filled with plans not dreams, dance and excitement, opinion and politics, friends and family, passion, and spontaneous love making. They shared a love making that was … More The Betrayal of Unspoken Disappointment
The thought of pleasure brings smoothing sensation into my being. I can’t stop moaning in bliss of this feeling that isn’t short of heavenly ecstasy. A few things readily come to mind when talking of pleasures of heavenly ecstasy (wink). After all, pleasure is a broad class of mental states experienced or said to be … More Ah, What Pleasure!
Happy New Year Everyone! Wooohooo! It always is exciting to come into a new year, with all its new opportunities, excitements, expectations and resolutions. Suffice to say I think New Year resolutions are darn overrated. I remember back in the day when my sisters and I sat diligently putting pen to paper, cracking our heads … More Happy New Year!