By Osideinde Adewale
It was their Physics 101 exam, Sam called out to Kunle in a low voice – Kunle! Kunle! Move your hand, I want to see your answer to question 5.
How many of us remember doing this? Confession time 😛 or maybe you didn’t ask for permission, you just copied anyway. Wehdone ma! Wehdone sir! 🤣🤣🤣
Our journey in life depends oftentimes on what we see ahead and our expectations at the end of the journey. Imagine you are traveling to Dubai, you are filled with mental images of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and all the exotic locations in that wonderful city, that anything that suggests Continue reading
Have you ever considered the possibility of what can happen to you, running a 24/7 schedule?
Have you thought of your family? Loved Ones?
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“Your Majesty, i just uncovered a plot by some disgruntled elements to destabilize your coronation by abducting you and killing you. As we speak they are finalizing the plans and i have proof to show how advanced, the plan has gone.” Le Coquin then presented to the King-in-waiting the communication and handwritten notes of Verstockt that he had stolen from his house. Immediately, the King summoned High Chief Metomofin, who in turn convened an emergency Council meeting were it was resolved that the matter be quelled at once by sending the King’s Guards to effect the arrest of the Traitors and the matter nipped in the bud before the coronation day so that it sends a strong warning to anyone who could be contemplating it. Continue reading
Once upon a time in a kingdom far away called Suuru, lived a king who was born with two ears functioning perfectly well.
But somewhere along the line, while growing up, he became deaf in one ear. And the people did not know until certain incidents began to happen.
The Lion is widely regarded as the King of the Jungle and there is an unspoken agreement or alliance among-st all other animals save for a few.
These few animals can also contend for the title of the King, and the supposed King would Continue reading
Am sure we are quite familiar with the story by Spencer Johnson about four allegorical characters, Sniff, Scurry, Hem and Haw and there sojourn in search of Cheese.
While i won’t bore you with the full story line, i would do a summary of it and how it relates to the bane of leadership in Nigeria currently.
AN OBITUARY PRINTED IN THE LONDON TIMES
Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as knowing when to come in out of the rain, why the early bird gets the worm, life isn’t always fair and maybe it was my fault.
Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don’t spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge). Continue reading
Finally, 2016 has commenced officially world over. And we all have our goals set for the year, and our aspirations for the country and our personal lives. Nonetheless, i would like to start by referring to the events in the country in the last couple of weeks that has left much of a bitter taste in the mouth. And whether we like it or not, we need to evaluate the past to learn and make amends for the future.
I remember exactly ten years ago, i woke up from a terrible nightmare. I remember getting up from my bed and heading to the kitchen to prepare breakfast and head out for lectures when the call came in that what time will i arrive at OOUTH. That’s when the reality hit me with the force of a sledge hammer banging a nail into a concrete wall!