Apparently there's this new trend. When a guy asks you out on a date, you invite your friends, your neighbours, your church member(s), your church member's neighbours and the entire state out on the date with you. OK maybe I'm exaggerating, but taking a friend or two is just as ridiculous as taking everyone you … Continue reading Bringing your friends on dates?
It was a cold day and the year was 2010. Our beloved Aderonke was 9 years old and a huge fan of peanuts.In my country, what you call peanuts are referred to as GROUNDNUTS. Peanuts are groundnuts covered in delicious dough and fried, yum!!😋.9 year old me was super obsessed with peanuts, just like 18 … Continue reading The trek of 2010
So I turned 18 today, finally! And since I'm now a full blown legal adult, I'm going to try to sound more responsible. This past year has been tumultuous, it felt like my life was being demolished. But the good thing is that I feel like when God is done building it back up it'll … Continue reading 17 no more
Sometimes when I'm at the lowest point of an emotional rollercoaster I write poems, most people don't understand poetry, or why it's usually so melancholy. But you see, sometimes you're so sad that you feel like you can see sadness around your neck like a noose, writing a poem feels like unravelling that noose with … Continue reading Feeling blue?
You see a politician's son drive past in his brand new Lamborghini and you shake your head, "these people are using our money to buy all these things o, this country is too corrupt!" you say. When you make the above statement, you're only referring to politicians stealing money in hundreds of millions of dollars. … Continue reading We’re all corrupt.
When someone mentions slavery, you probably think about white men wearing cowboy hats and holding whips and flogging shackled black people. You think about that movie "12 years a slave" and you tremble with righteous anger at the way these slave masters treated people. You probably think they're the worst things to ever exist. You … Continue reading Slavery still exists in Nigeria
Glory sound prep album review