This would be the first of various writings on human sexuality. I start by reiterating the truth that all human beings deserve equal treatment irrespective of their sexuality or gender identity. In the words of Shannon Tweed, “I have beauty, intelligence, individuality, sensuality and sexuality.”

Now, we differentiate between one’s…

UNILAG students protest over bedbug infestation

It isn’t uncommon to hear people argue about the merits and demerits of public universities in Nigeria. One of the strong arguments is that whoever survives a public university would survive anything. Another stupid comment is that ‘ a 3rd class in a public university is equivalent to a 1st…

Today, I crave your indulgence to accompany me on a trip down memory lane. Look at the pictures beneath, hard and well, internalise them and then come with me.

I think that’s something that’s hard for this country to address, is what the real issues are and coming to the point where we can admit that these are issues. Once we admit that, we can deal with it, we can fix them, and we can make this country and these communities a better place.-Colin Kaepernick

Art is one of the things I hold dear. There’s something inexplicably peaceful about art. I would simply make a pictorial presentation of some works of art that I have been privileged to behold over the past few years.

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. — Henry Ward Beecher

“Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing. Making your unknown known is the important thing.” — Georgia O’Keeffe

I started these gratitude episodes because of a quote by Meister Eckhart: “If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough.”

Today, I want to appreciate a particular Baron. A friend of about a decade. A gentleman who I know I…

Day 9 — — Irawo: The Star that shines (I)

Irawo university centre is a private hall of residence I stayed in during my university days. It was home and would forever be home. Before coming in contact with Irawo, I never understood the concept of forming bonds outside of…

Today, I would like to be grateful for the privilege of knowing two people; Joshua and Mazi.

“Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”
— Marcel Proust

These are people ‘I know to their ancestral homes.’ In Igbo culture it depicts one of the highest forms of friendship. …


a soul trying to navigate through life while making positive impacts

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