The madman is my friend He speaks of life before he met his friends An adventrous world where he laid on gold A world of joy with never ending happiness A world where he thought could always be him Then it crashed I tell the tale of the madman as his journey began Like a … Continue reading THE MAD MAN. By: Ayomide Fasedu.
I know the man in white. Some believe he's an angel in human skin, Many call him Father. I know the man in white. He helped my village, he built hospitals, He fed the poor and built schools. I know the man in white. He promised to help my father by taking me, I would … Continue reading WHITE MAN IN WHITE. By: Ordeezy.
The first ever Ilorin Digital Summit took place on the 15th of September 2018 with over 600 people in attendance and was put together by Yemisi Ajeojo a social entrepreneur and Corps member who is passionate about youth empowerment, community development and growing small businesses. When asked her motivation for putting the project together, she … Continue reading HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ILORIN DIGITAL SUMMIT. By: Yemisi Ajeojo.
Download EL-SHADDAI by AY Praise ft Spaceman This beat was produced by Sir Josh, mixed and mastered by el-seske production.
Many of us are sick but unaware Sick because that's what defines our society Sick even when we look, feel and eat healthy. Yes even the medical practitioners are sick; their case is worse because they were trained by sick people to heal us of ailments they also suffer from. I know it sounds crazy … Continue reading HEAL ME, HEAL US. By: StacySpeaks.
God has a purpose for everyone who belongs to him, a purpose for everyday of our lives, be it long or short days. Each day we are given is for giving, serving and for living fully. It is God who gives us strength. This is just as true in old age as it is in … Continue reading HELP, I’M GETTING OLDER! By: Oluwasegun Oluwalana.
Since I have survived my first week in Zuru successfully I think it’s high time I told you about my experience. A mixture of sweet, ugly and manageable, it was. I left Ibadan to Government Science College, Zuru with a lifted spirit and open mind as I embarked on my 13 hour journey through mud … Continue reading DIARY OF A KEBBI CORPER EPISODE 4. By: StacySpeaks.
I learnt to crawl, walk and talk I recognized my mother and father then learnt to call them mum and dad I was told my name and learnt to spell it. Oh how I learnt the hard way that ladies are to be seen and not heard. They told me to compose myself and behave … Continue reading I LEARNT. By: StacySpeaks.
When I never knew fear, When my eyes were far from tears, For all around me was love and care, Shown to me by family and friends. When 5 naira could buy me much food, When 1 naira could do a beggar much good, For I was raised in a hood, Where everyone was treated … Continue reading THE GOOD OLD DAYS. By: Kmajiks.
Every passing night seemed short and I felt deprived of enough rest as the soldier blew the beagle loudly and every Corper in all corners of the camp began to bleed out of their hostels. After the praise, worship and prayer session everyday, a representative of each platoon came forth to read the day's meditation … Continue reading DIARY OF A KEBBI CORPER EPISODE 3. By: StacySpeaks.