Article written by blog visitor .Its hilarious!That’s how
I was in my room back in University one hot afternoon, lying on my back
on the floor and wondering for the umpteenth time why I allowed my
parents ‘maga’ me into going to school when I really wanted to be a
footballer and earn my fame and fortune in the round leather game.
Instead of lying morosely in this tiny-arse room thinking about my life,
I woulda been chilling with phonee-speaking aunties in some exotic
European city and living the life… I hissed in self-pity and rolled over
to a pile of my dirty laundry and started searching the pockets of the
clothes looking for any stray change I could use to buy lunch, no matter
searched the clothes two times without luck. Modafoka clothes, no
surprise stash when you really need it. I should burn the lot of you for
disloyalty and lack of financial management skills. I eyed my two
roommates who were sprawled across the room. Niggas were even broker
These days, I find so much pleasure in the smallest things. Running by
the beach and drinking in the lights from yachts, streetlights and
neighboring cities. Sitting in a café and swimming in my thoughts while
sipping tea. Saturday afternoons in museums. An email from a friend
just to say hello and I miss you.
These small joys were the things I daydreamed about in law school. I
would go to Starbucks with my huge books and stare with longing at the
people who just came in to read a book, sip a latte and catch up with a
friend. “Free-time” was a luxury that had to be carefully scheduled
between 12-hour days and weekends spent in the library.
The Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation has recently opened the 2015 call for submissions for documentary photography & film grants, inviting photographers and filmmakers in all countries to submit their best work.
Documentary photographers and filmmakers around the world are invited to submit documentary photography and film projects on the topics of human suffering and unrest, forgotten communities, exploited lands and people, on communities ravaged by war, poverty, famine, disease, and the exploitation of global resources.
Alexander Okeke is a fashion celebrity stylist,the third born of a
family of seven ,he started styling recently and has worked at the
Ecowas fashion week 2014,and Music Meets Runway 2014 among others.He is
known for his impeccable and unique sense of style,he is quite a risk
taker that is why most of his outfits always have something edgy about
them.Speaking to him about his fashion sense he said ;His style is
eccentric,daring,classy,and also elegance with a hint of drama just to
keeps things interesting.....More pics below............
This Mtn people have a way of making us subscribe for one thing or the other,its either you subscribe for news tip or sports tip without giving us any reward which is very bad and that is why late last year i migrated to Etisalat which is the best so far. Back to the tori.....
This happened three years ago,on a fateful day when me and my siblings got back from school,changed and was about eating,then this unexpected call came in ( i said call not message cause real MTN people dey always send message) excitedly my elder brother ran to the room to take the phone and the voice we heard was that of my brother shouting "JESUS! JESUS!!JESUS!!! mummy i just won 1million naira" ,we all ran to him and asked HOW,WHY,WHEN,WHO,WHERE.
Getting a small group of people to agree on anything is difficult,
but we’re going to try anyway. In fact, we’re going to try to build
consensus among a very large group of people — the daters of the world.
Because if we can spread the word, gain acceptance and put a stop to
these extremely annoying first date conversations we will have done
humankind a service beyond measure.
Most veteran daters could make this list on their own. Newbies will
want to read on and avoid the kinds of date chatter that is common and
extremely annoying. Continue below.............
Nigerian billionaire investor and philanthropist Tony Elumelu has committed $100 million to create 10,000 entrepreneurs across Africa over the next 10 years.
The Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme – TEEP – is to offer 10,000 aspiring African Entrepreneurs an opportunity to benefit from $100 million grant to create 1,000,000 jobs and contribute $10 billion in annual revenues to Africa’s economy over the next 10 years.
Interested entrepreneurs will be able to submit their applications to join the programme as from 1st January 2015 to 1st March 2015
Am so sorry to all my blog readers for not fulfilling my promise,but yay! here i am,.from now onward i pledge to blog frequently every week no matter what is may take.How was your Christmas and New year break,your family,your siblings,your husbands and wives.Hope your business is moving to its permanent site?.Well what you are about to read below is what happened to me on wednesday.Enjoy!