Poetry

Wake Up Child | POEM

This poem is borne out of the period of realization I am currently passing through. I’m currently understanding and learning to accept the hurtful fact that not all humans are honest. Not even the ones we expect to be. In some way, writing this poem and reading it again makes me sad... but also thankful… Continue reading Wake Up Child | POEM

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Musings · Thoughts

Being Female in Nigeria?

Today I want to write about something - interpretation of which will totally depend on your perspective (I know, most things do). Anyway, as you continue to read, I really hope you open up your mind up to the different possible perspectives. Try not to read with a closed mind 😜 “The heavy metals of… Continue reading Being Female in Nigeria?

Musings

The Day I Learnt The Pronunciation Of The Word ‘Courier’

Nigerian secondary schools are infamously known for the substantial amount of notes students are compelled to take. No, these are not random notes taken during classes. They are definitely not notes written in the students’ words. And nope, they are not notes which are easily understood. These lengthy notes are compiled by teachers and either… Continue reading The Day I Learnt The Pronunciation Of The Word ‘Courier’