Happy New Year!!
2014 was busy for me, but much more wonderful, with many people thinking I have finally ventured into politics. Well, politics is just one of the things that fascinate me, but it is not one of the top 5, nor what I will invest my time and energy into. So, if not Politics, what can it be?
Here is my list of Todos in 2015.
Continue reading “SF’s 2015 Todo list”
The message was circulated via sms and whatsapp. It read …
“Avoid First Consultants Medical Centre Ltd, Obalende, Lagos, The victim in the first case of Ebola identified in Nigeria has died in the hospital. Do not go near Obalende”.
As I read the message, My mind swung immediately, into unraveling the puzzle. How could the virus have been identified in the patient and by who?
Continue reading “Ebola again reveals The prize of professionalism in Nigeria”
I have been busy cooking …. Allow me introduce to you, the freelancing website created by Nigerians for Nigerians – https://free.lanci.ng
With computers everywhere and a reasonable Internet connectivity, it is now possible for everyone to work comfortably from the comfort of the home, working in diverse areas of interest and taking advantage of the various skills in Nigeria, and the various opportunities on the Internet. Most Nigerians who patronize popular freelancing websites face one or more of the following challenges: Continue reading “Introducing Free.lanci.ng”
… and If I told you I am gay?
What will you do next?
Ask my wife who fathered my kids?
Prompt her to divorce me?
.. and you, de-friend me? Continue reading “… and If I told you I am Gay?”
I live in the rural area, and enjoy the rousing chirps of birds every morning. Sunday 29th December 2013 started as a very slow day, with a rude Skype call at 6.30am from disgruntled Chinese domain name trader, who has promised to make me famous. Story for another day.
I got dressed at 8am hoping to go to get to church before 9.30am, but I neither got to church, nor back to my home until 9.30pm. My neighbour came calling at 9am to inform me that he just monitored the Yoruba news analysis on the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) that our missing plane may have been found in the neighbourhood. I assured him I will get to BCOS after the Service, not knowing that church was a pipe dream!
Continue reading “Ibadan Plane/Quadrocopter/flying hobby gone awry. The abridged story”
The Original Interview that started the fun. The Lagos State Commander of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) Mr Obafaiye Shem was a guest on the Channels TV Sunrise Show.
Continue reading “My Oga at the Top Compilation”
The following guide was issued by Ayodele Olofintuade and posted on her blog http://totallyhawaya-haywire.blogspot.com/2009/02/t.html
I reserve my comments on its accuracy or otherwise!!
I know a lot of us out there are planning to become politicians. In order to make your life easier the following steps should be should be followed carefully, especially if you are from Ibadan (sections are applicable to other PinDiPin states)
When he cried out, the Lord appeared and asked, “Why are you crying?” The woodcutter replied that his axe has fallen into water, and he needed the axe to make his living. The Lord went down into the water and reappeared with a golden axe. “Is this your axe?” the Lord asked. The woodcutter replied, “No.” The Lord again went down and came up with a silver Axe. “Is this your axe?” the Lord asked. Again, the woodcutter replied, “No.” The Lord went down again and came up with an iron Axe. “Is this your axe?” the Lord asked. The woodcutter replied, “Yes.”
Continue reading “Men only lie for the common good”
My Candle and Tears, for All the Martyrs of our Corrupt and Inept System that dashes all Hopes
Sammy Hope was a great guy
He was known to hurt no fly
His motto was to always try
until the uninvited guests came by
Continue reading “Good Night, Matriach of All Hopes”
I attended the African Internet Summit 2012 in Banjul Gambia from 4th to 18th May 2012. I already blogged about the summit, but I do have some noteworthy lessons from Gambia. Here goes ….
On Saturday 19th May 2012, I took a day off to relax in preparation for my Journey back home. That afternoon, I honored an invitation from a “young upward and mobile” (Yummy) Gambian friend, who works at the equally upward mobile operator – QCell to attend a book Launch. What we call “Mo gbo mo ya” in Naija parlance. I am glad I honored the invitation, as it provided me with a set of take-away lessons from Gambia.
Continue reading “Lessons from Gambia – I”