Do you know that a recent report by the World Poverty Clock rated Nigeria as the poverty capital of the world which brings us to a sad sad reality of about 41 per cent of Nigeria’s population living in extreme poverty, as in almost half of the Nigerian populace are in extreme want of basic[...]
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As Dammy and I walked through liquid, solid, organic recyclable and hazardous rubbish, trying to locate the Baale’s house, we could barely come-to-terms with the actual reality of people living, eating and bearing children in this … this… this place. No, you don’t understand – every single step that drew us closer to the Baale’s[...]
Sunday was so remarkable! We got treated to a concert that marked the end of the Muson Festival. Tomi and I found this baddass roof-top above Shell-Hall just as the sun was setting, and we used it to our utmost advantage to create such blessed art on the Lord’s precious day. But this post is[...]
You are allowed to call me a LastMa, because I honestly can’t even explain why I did not get around reading this book earlier amidst the rave since its release last year. The book was at first sent to me by an amazing woman, Mrs Juliet Ambali, but because “I am supposedly so busy”, it remained[...]
2 long hours and we finally got to the resort at the other side of town; I’m like “Issa Israelite journey”.