It’s more than just that, it’s the place I’ve called home for more than 11 years.
Dear Nigerian Husband,
Let me tell you something, apparently, I should have been married. I’ve been trying to tell you this since I began these Nigerian Husband letters more than two years ago, but you’ve refused to listen.
Perhaps my experience yesterday will hasten your steps.
I love my job, 90 percent of the time and this is largely because of the exciting and interesting people I interview almost every day.
Yesterday, I visited Henrietta Smith, who celebrated her 100th birthday on October, 25.
Lady is soft-spoken, gentle and kind, but Continue reading
Thank my colleague for that headline. If my blog paid, I’d be giving him some royalty for each hit this post generates.
I’ve had one too many posts about terrible service I’ve received at several restaurants and businesses.
Needless to say, if there’s one thing that grinds my gear,it’s got to be mediocre service.
In the last year, I think I’ve boycotted several eateries around my office. It’s getting so bad, that Continue reading
Let’s just get you out your misery right away. The first best place to live is Jos- Plateau State, Nigeria.
This post is about the second best place; the Virgin Islands (British).
For example, the people. 95 percent of residents are amazing and caring. I guess that should go without saying for such a small territory. Although, every now and then you come by one or two people with nasty attitudes from hell, but I’ve learnt to deal with such people. Diplomatic or not, I’ve learnt to deal with it.
Before this evening, I hadn’t exercise intensely in about two weeks. I’ve been in and out of the doctor’s office for a while with Continue reading