Read previous episodes of the series Episode 6 The following week was cold and tragic for me; everyone in the Department was mournful. I cried as I watched how Bayo's mother held his corpses; she wailed endlessly and didn’t want to accept the fact that her son was gone. It was sad for everyone and at … Continue reading #StoryTime: IT’S A MAN’S WORLD: Episode 7.
University, the third tier of education in our society. The most important part of your education actually, because we all know that your WAEC and NECO distinctions and credits are pointless if you don't get a B.A or B.Sc with it. In fact attempt to tell your parents you're not writing JAMB or you don't … Continue reading #LazyNigerianYouths: THE UNIVERSITY DEBATES. BY: Koreey.
I am Sarang, a student of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. I speak Korean language and I'm currently working on korean language tutorials where people can learn basic korean language and some other interesting things about the culture. To follow up on my videos on YouTube click below. YouTube I would like people to subscribe and … Continue reading #Foreignlanguage: Learn Korean Language with Sarang.
*THE GENESIS* I cannot forget that evening, the 'uncool kids' were sitting down after the Luke Hall show. At the time, Omologo Entertainment had been birthed with me as its CEO and three other resourceful men on my team. One of them (Tijani) came up with an idea of an award show that has excellence … Continue reading #BUCA2: BOWEN UNIVERSITY CROWN AWARDS || 2.0. FOR THE CULTURE.
Just in case you’ve been hearing a lot about Tedx events and wondering what it really is about. Here is your answer; Tedx is an initiative of Ted conferences independently organised by local communities such as slums, prisons, schools, theatre, halls etc where people gather together to hear the global conversation about our shared future … Continue reading #TedTalks: LESSONS FROM TEDxBOWEN. By: StacySpeaks.
*Good day, you are welcome to Stacyspeaks.com and I am StacySpeaks, can we meet you? I’m Ayefele Adedotun, popularly known as Balogun Hotziifele. I am an upcoming Nigerian artist. *What's your genre of music? Erhmmmm I'll call it groove music, tungba pop and afro pop. *When did you begin your music career and what has … Continue reading #NigerianMusicArtist: PERSONALITY INTERVIEW WITH BALOGUN HOTZIIFELE.
Read episodes 1-5 in previous posts. *** Tunji was set for school and had packed his bags as his dad told Yusuf the family driver to drop him off at school. As an African parent that he is, he admonished his son with the same words he says every time his child was leaving home, … Continue reading IT’S A MAN’S WORLD. EPISODE 6. #Storywriters.
Turning 20 is the best thing that has happened to me recently; I had the most amazing weekend and I thought that sharing it here isn’t a bad idea. Fasten your seatbelt, grab a cup of hot coffee and join me on this amazing journey as I give you details of my last weekend. Rewind … Continue reading FLASHBACK TO THE WEEKEND; KOTRELL LIVE IN CONCERT 2018. By: StacySpeaks.
Check out previous episodes of this series on the blog. I began to pray silently to God that he wouldn’t pull the trigger; I definitely wasn’t ready to neither die nor live in this world without the company of Bayo. I thought about how to notify the clinic security without causing a scene or getting … Continue reading IT’S A MAN’S WORLD. EPISODE 5.
Updates!!! Your parents don't have the duty of making you happy. Their duty as ordained by Christ is to be fruitful, multiply, provide for you and show you the right path🚴🚴🚴. You choose to be happy, it’s absolutely fine; you don't, that’s also acceptable. That's your personal problem😰. Your parents have done their duties; do … Continue reading LOUD THOUGHTS.