I am very happy and fulfilled writing this post. For about 3 years now, I have been doing some research and showing a lot of interest in Internet Governance. I even executed a research work for the National Cybercrime Working Group on Lawful Interception which
Strange that I will be posting this after a long period of inactivity on my blog. This is the reply to a mail sent by a friend concerning treating women in a good way – I wrote straight from my mind. Here it goes –
The year has been a very great one filled with all sorts of ups and downs. The political climate has been very interesting, full of intrigues and unfathomable happenings. From Alams, to the unconstitutional removal of Ladoja, the re-instatement of Obi and his removal, ok
I have been very far from my blog for a long time. My last post was on the 18th of September – a very bad one at that. I have to use this opportunity to thank almighty God for his unrepentant mercies in my life.
I was in Church one day and the praise team led us in a true session of worship. When the praise eventually started, I enjoyed myself and was swaying to the beat (I love dancing so much). Meanwhile, a corner of my eye caught a
Many times I have asked myself the difference between successful men and the perceived failures of this world. Another contentious point – how do we measure success? I am sure it is not that far fetched without going into unnecessary rhetoric; successful men are those
Yes I believe. What? I believe that God gave us all a gift unique to get us to the top. I believe we have the ability to be the best. I believe that with hardwork and a dint of providence, we can all make it.
When my autobiography is released and the story of my life is told, there are some individuals who will be prominent in the plots. One of such is Adeniyi Oladeji, I refer to him as more than a friend ‘cos we have been together for
Tomorrow Saturday, 12th of August will by God’s grace be spent in the ancient town of Ile-Ife. The event is the Final Year Brethren dinner party of my beloved fellowship – Evangelical Christian Union. In 2001, my set in the fellowship had the same kind
Elections are close again, assassinations have started and a lot of money is needed to fuel their evil deeds. The average Nigerian has been battered to the level that they can sell their soul and future including their childrenâ€™s’ future for a pittance. I am
I sometimes wonder if there can ever be a week in the world without strife, war, killings, injustice, etc…… I think not. Last week witnessed a reminder of the bad times again in Nigeria, a certain diversion from the Middle East crisis – the death
Hello peeps. I took 2 days off from work to prepare for a good friend’s wedding this weekend and itâ€™s an interesting time as my division at work is going on a team building retreat this weekend too. The retreat is holding at Hermitage Resort
I do not use MTN and I work for a competitor in the Telecoms industry but that is not the reason I am writing this piece. I am just being objective and putting voice to something that the NCC and the consumer parliament should address.
We are at a breaking point in this country at present. The kinda things I see everyday are alarming and of serious consequences. Armed robbery is on the increase, corruption is still a big threat and baba God will not leave us alone. There is
The stage has just being set. The third term actors, directors and producers are still re-strategizing on the next act. The main actor is very embittered, he has just being beaten to his game and the only remedy is to push blames and ostracize him