Sourced from: Pinterest Something I'm finding to be quite interesting about human behaviour is how most adults - more so in the Nigerian context - become sneaky when asked a very simple question: how old are you? In this short time I've spent in medical practice, I've had quite a few people tell me all … Continue reading There’s Nothing Anti About Aging
I was inspired by recent conversation to reach out to a few friends who are young professionals navigating (and killing it!) in the tech world - tech bros, if you will - and ask them about their experiences so far. Do the jobs live up to their hype? What peculiar changes do they face that … Continue reading Social Media Vs. Reality: What’s The Tech Space In Nigeria Really Like?
October was an eventful month. It was the month Nigeria turned 60. It was the month that, for the first time in decades, a large number of us hone and abroad came together and peacefully protested against police brutality and calling for a police reform. It was the month that the Nigerian Army opened fire … Continue reading The Intense Experience That Is Nigeria
Many a day leave me mentally drained and barely able to perform at am optimal level. On other days when my mind is less foggy, I get to spend time to reflect. To reflect on various subjects which I find fascinating or generally have an inquisition about. I have to admit that a large chunk … Continue reading There Was A Country?
I had to take a Twitter break yesterday. It was just too much for my soul. Rape case here, violence there. My heart couldn't take it. I tried to evade writing this as much as I could, but eventually worked my way back to writing. As bitter and heartbreaking as this reality is, we have … Continue reading WOMAN=HUMAN
Secondary school was an interesting and weird place. Two nights ago I was on YouTube looking for something to unwind with before falling asleep, then I saw that Dimma Umeh had uploaded a new video, and who was I not to click? The title got my attention and I was quite interested in hearing her … Continue reading NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS: GRADUATING WITH A WAEC AND VARYING DERGREES OF TRAUMA.