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Nutrition Situation in Nigeria

I was in class yesterday teaching a topic on the nutrition situation in Nigeria and as I discussed with my students I got really sad. The staggering statistics of people who are undernourished in Nigeria (millions); young and old got me sad afresh right there in class. I was already sad about it before my […]

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Podcast Ep 7 (Before You Make Another Promise, Think!)

  Before you make a promise to that child or friend of yours, make sure that you are committed to keeping the promise. In fact, take time out to think before you make any promise to anyone. Doing this or otherwise brings consequences (positive or negative). In this episode, I share an experience I had […]

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Podcast Ep 6 (Friends for a Season? )

For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven. . . Did you know that this applies to your relationships too? Every relationship has a lifespan and a purpose to fulfill and once this is done with, there is nothing you can do to keep such a relationship in place. Listen […]

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Podcast Ep 5 (Everyone May Not Like You)

  In this podcast episode, I am here to tell you just what I have titled the podcast.ย  This is something that you need to know as it will help you in your life’s journey.ย  In actual fact, you need only two people in this world to give you a thumbs up on your activities. […]

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Podcast Ep 4 (When He Asks You To Jump)

  God wants you to develop an important virtue that will bring joy to His heart each time you put it to work. This one thing that we need as we go through life is what I am sharing with you on this podcast. Let me warn you ahead… It is a tough teaching and […]

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Limiting the Fountain of Life?

  We had an emergency at home that left us feeling practically helpless as to how to manage the situation. It seemed like there was no where to turn to for help and we were downcast. Nothing seemed feasible at the time and because it wasn’t something that we planned for, we got destabilised. In […]

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READING ‘CAN HELP REDUCE STRESS’

Reading is the best way to relax and even six minutes can be enough to reduce the stress levels by more than two thirds, according to new research. And it works better and faster than other methods to calm frazzled nerves such as listening to music, going for a walk or settling down with a […]

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Taken

  I had a student, pretty and very intelligent. She was usually all smiles. She would teach her colleagues whatever they didn’t understand. She wasn’t the kind to ask questions in class. You would see her look at her teachers with rapt attention. It was as if she was tapping straight from the fountain of […]

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Magical Apology

  Deborah laid on a sofa and Daniel, totally engrossed in his computer operation, mistakenly sat on his sister’s toes because he moved backwards without first checking where he was about to rest his bum. As expected, Deborah screamed and Daniel spontaneously jumped to his feet. Deborah was already teary and Daniel apologized to his […]

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Still As Glorious Or Even More

Daily, my phone gets picture and quote updates and I find some of them inspiring. But none has had as much impact on me like the picture that came up today. This post was inspired by the attached picture. The first thing that popped into my mind immediately I saw the picture was the fact […]

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The Inner Circle

There are varying degrees of allowance given to people when it comes to having access to people in positions of authority. Imagine wanting to meet with the president of the country for something very important; you can imagine what it would cost you to get an appointment booked. Even if you are a professor in […]

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World Book Day

World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day, or International Day of the Book, is an annual event the organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to promote reading, publishing, and copyright. World Book Day was first celebrated on 23 April 1995, and continues to be recognized on […]

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Why Is She The Only One Responsible?

  There is this popular Yoruba saying usually made as a way of instruction to wives especially young wives which goes thus: “Ile oko, ile eko ni”. This is loosely translated as “Your husband’s house is a school”. No wonder it is usually only the woman that is expected to bend herself over backward and […]

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And She Got Depressed

  Mary was working in a Federal University somewhere in the North Central part of Nigeria. She was earning regularly and able to support her family. The family was happy. She was happy. Everything was going on fine save for one thing; the family lived in the South Western part of the country. Despite this […]

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Podcast Ep 3 (Prosperity at the Next Level)

    I reckon that everyone wants better out of his/her life at every given time. You want something more today than your life offered yesterday. You want to move to the next level. Every sane person looks forward to getting to the heights that he/she has envisioned in his/her mind. Sadly, many people remain […]

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Podcast Ep 2 (My Valentine’s Day Depression)

  The rave about Valentine’s Day can be something else sometimes. . . In this podcast episode, I am sharing with you my Valentine’s Day experience from some years back. And I reckon you will pick some lessons from my experience just like I did. You’ll see how your environment can affect your thought line […]

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Podcast Ep 1 (There’s More To You!)

I tell you, there is more to you than you or anyone can see right now. And that is why I am charging you through my first podcast to seek to know more about yourself. If you would live a truly fulfilled life, this is a necessity and the key lies with one person. How […]

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