Of historic days once in four years.

I didn’t even want to blog today, writing has been difficult for me. Sometimes it is hard for me to face my laptop or tablet and start pouring out pieces of my soul- that’s what writing is for me most times. Continue reading →

Kiss from a rose- A story

Yesterday (Saturday) had to have been one of the most hectic days of my life, yet I spent most of the day sitting on my bed. I’m part of a team that’s trying to bring something fresh and fabulous to the health care sector in Nigeria and I had the responsibility of doing the initial leg work online, we’ll talk it a bit more later.
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When bathing your child is an Abomination

It all started with an innocent picture.

Earlier today, I was on Facebook saw this picture on an Igbo group that I belong to. The picture was posted with this caption “Hello Friends… is it proper for a man to bath a new born baby?” As with everything on social media, a hot debate ensued on the appropriateness of a father bathing his own child.
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SMWLagos- Snippets

   The Social Media Week Lagos is still on, it’s still lit, it’s still rocking hard. The number of attendees has steadily increased and the tempo and quality of the discussions has been sustained. For me, it has been goldmine of opportunities and connections, you could literally be sitting across from a person who has answers to your most burning questions- I saw that happen several times today. 
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The Nigerian Students’ Association was the only social gathering that Chinwe allowed herself participate in, the clamour for independence was at an all-time high and she was swept by the fervour of the agitation. She met Nnamdi at one of their gatherings, he was accompanied by her good friend Anthony and he was easily the most handsome man in the room. Continue reading →