Thursday May 26, 2022

The Garden City Series: Roads

Believe me, Port Harcourt originally was a beautiful city. if you drive through the Government Residential Area you will treat your eyes to some colonial architecture. if you passed through the original Port Harcourt town you would still see clubs built by the colonial masters. On Aggrey Road, on Peter Odili Byepass, at D/Line, You […]

The Garden City Series

When we landed at the Port Harcourt international airport, omagwa, my heart literally jumped. So much history here- the Sosoliso Airlines crash in which Pastor Bimbo Odukoya and scores of school children lost their lives AFTER landing. I walked past the fire hydrant that refused to give water to the fire engines and ultimately ended […]

Before we get all soiled and Muddied up II

They suddenly care about your feelings. They notice when you’re moody, they buy you lunch, they give you spare pens, they plead with lecturers on your behalfThey Organise tutorials for lower classesThey start attending your fellowship as though the rapture would take place YESTERDAY!The very people who were fanatical dress-code violators suddenly start donning three-piece […]

Before we get all soiled and Muddied up

Habits make us who we are. Preferences demonstrate our diversity. Choices display our maturity, our willingness to progress and our commitment to success. Whether we accept it or not, our choices are directly proportional to the stuff we’re made of. Make no mistake about the purpose of this article. It is pure propaganda, a calculated […]

Lessons from the world cup (south Africa 2010)

Okay, so Nigeria got knocked out. So did england, cote d’ivoire, cameroun, south africa…and probably every other team that had a huge crowd of supporters. No, it’s not over, but we can begin to pick out the interesting bits that’ve already come and gone. Who remebers Yakubu Aiyegbeni? The one who did well at Nigeria’s […]

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