Assuming you came expecting some grand pontification on the egregious tradition of looting public funds, let me extend an apology for the unexpected deception. This is an article about staying safe at work. Now that I have been forgiven, I hope you would learn a thing or two from the following paragraphs.
The COVID-19 pandemic may seem a distant event until it reaches someone close. You can spew all the data you want about the number infected globally, mortality rates, age-adjusted risk, etc., but when a friend gets COVID-19, you realise the data is now human. … More When A Friend Gets COVID-19
Spending hours in traffic each day impacts on the people of Lagos, its economy, communities, and the sustainability of its future … More Counting the Cost of Lagos Traffic
Nigeria is a nation of two realities that dumbfound each other, where millions poo in streams while others worry about ₦3.5 million naira secondary school fees … More When Privilege Comes Knocking
An Okrika family meets a Yoruba family to arrange a marriage between their children … More Act 1: The Introduction
A story of two persons caught by Cupid’s arrow … More Once Upon a Time in Ife
“Be Prepared… the meaning of the motto is that a [country] must prepare [itself] by previously thinking out and practicing how to act on any accident or emergency so that [it] is never taken by surprise.” – Robert Baden-Powell … More One Emergency Away from Doom
Metele is a shame. Metele is saddening. Metele is one massacre too many. Metele should never have occurred. Metele should not happen anywhere else ever again. … More Metele: A Fork in History?
Are humans programmed with ideas designed to ensure the continuation of the human race? … More The Societal Imperative
Ever wondered if deleted WhatsApp messages are truly deleted or whether your e-banking password is safe? … More Something to Think About