Free Education

By Olumide Akintokun

I was at a meeting recently and a colleague had some feedback for one of his supervisors. Almost as soon as he finished giving his feedback, even before the convener of the meeting had had the chance to talk, the subject of the feedback started to ‘attack’ every point made by the bearer of the feedback. Everything he said was in defence of himself. Not once did he acknowledge the feedback. Not once did he take Continue reading

Broken screens can still take good pictures…

By Femi Aderibigbe

On a flight from Abuja to Lagos, I sat just a row behind a young couple.

They were with a little girl, not more than 2 years old, obviously their daughter.

I sat on an aisle seat, on the right side of the aircraft.

The father, carrying the little girl, also sat on an aisle seat, on the left side of the Continue reading

Parenting of the 21st Century

By Femi Aderibigbe

I stand by every word herein. Listen with an open mind!

The beauty of social media is the diversity of our thought processes, which makes for often interesting, sometimes volatile but mostly entertaining and engaging conversations.

I am probably carved from a peculiar, rare, and hardwood tree, which most likely explains my ability to take a position on a topic and own it, regardless of how many Continue reading