By Sanya Otuyalo

Just had the heart-breaking task of seating through my cousin’s funeral, Captain Omitola Falana. He died in active service in Katsina on the 24th of September 2020. His wife couldn’t even see his body as he was shot in the head at close range after being Continue reading

Faint Echoes…

The hallway echoes with footsteps…The rooms pregnant with dark silence, the chairs looking gloomy…a shadow of useful past.

One after another, the chatter fades away, the smiles wither and the warmth turns to cold, the boisterousness gives way to hollowness and despair.

A cherished history, the bonding memories are remembered in bitterness and anger…and the wind blows listlessly…willing for days gone by.

A hunger for fulfillment…a stirring for purpose  give winds to the sails…and they sail off into the sunset seeking for glory and never to look back.

The Rehoboam Menace of Leadership in Nation Building

3-4 Rehoboam assembled Jeroboam and all the people. They said to Rehoboam, “Your father made life hard for us—worked our fingers to the bone. Give us a break; lighten up on us and we’ll willingly serve you.”
5 “Give me three days to think it over, then come back,” Rehoboam said.
6 King Rehoboam talked it over with the elders who had advised his father when he was alive: “What’s your counsel? How do you suggest that I answer the people?”

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Lessons Learnt……Thankful

Today, is one of those days you sit back and take stock of your life. You do an assessment of how far you have come and how far you have gone. It’s a day of reflection and projection for the future. In case you are wondering, i was a year older today, and felt the love, bond and camaraderie of friends, family and loved ones. Interestingly, two years ago, i got two cakes on my birthday:), one from the Office as usual and one from a “dear” friend i was asking out then. This year, i got two cakes again! One from the office as usual (we love cakes in my office) and the second from a “very dear” friend (Whattyah thinking)….lolol ;). To continue reading visit;