The 2019 presidential elections in Nigeria have just been concluded and for me, there are many lessons to be learned. I do not speak from the standpoint of a person affiliated to any particular political party but as a concerned parent and citizen. I also do not stand as ‘judge’ because I consider myself to be on trial too. I just think that we need to ask ourselves pertinent questions. All kinds of drama have played out throughout this election period but the one I have not been able to wrap my head around is the dismal number of people … Continue reading What Is Really Important To Us?
December in Nigeria can be a lot of fun – concerts, events, and weddings. Ahh! Naija weddings are truly something to behold. From the decor to the food, dance steps, and the dressing. Kai! Nigerians truly know how to “slay”. We turn up looking very regal and gorgeous. Ladies are flawlessly made up (at least most of the time) stunning attire and headgear. Even the men aren’t left behind. Totally on fleek with their well-tailored traditional attire, the groomsmen all looking like “Yoruba demons” wearing well crafted bespoke shoes. One can’t help but notice though, the stunningly beautiful ladies – … Continue reading Dress Code: Slay with Decency
Oh God of creation, direct our noble cause Guide our leaders right Help our youth and truth to know In love and honesty to grow And living just and true Great lofty heights attain To build a nation where peace … Continue reading Help Our Youth The Truth To Know
Happy Independence my fellow Nigerians! As we celebrate the 56th year of our independence, I’m reminded of the second stanza of our National anthem: As a parent, I definitely would love my children to attain lofty heights and would want … Continue reading 56 Years …
I am proudly Nigerian! Yes we have our issues but who doesn’t? Our style may be different but that’s what makes us unique. Having realized that it takes one being a Nigerian or a Nigerian at heart to understand and identify with some of our quirks (issues, gists, jokes & more), I’ve decided to include a new category – “Think Naija” on my blog to discuss and share Naija matters as it impacts our role as parents. My prayer is that “Think Naija” will spur us to think and do what is needful in building a legacy and a Nigeria that our … Continue reading Think Naija