For the past few days, i have been in Egypt with my hubby and a few other friends and it’s been an exciting experience. As i write this, we’re on a cruise on the nile, and i look out of the window to behold the scenery of a massive body of water that serves 9 countries! I’ve been to many places and learnt so much about this country.
It happened last week thursday. I just came out of a meeting in the office around 6pm when I received a phone call that my younger sister had just been involved in a car accident. Suddenly, my head felt light, then heavy, as several thoughts raced through my mind. I grabbed my handbag as I rushed for the staircase down to the car and got a colleague of mine to take me down to the accident scene. Traffic that evening was TERRIBLE; we spent about 30 minutes on the same spot. I kept receiving calls from a good samaritan who
Hello All, I believe we had a nice weekend. To kick off this week, I have some quotes on Patriotism to keep our minds on our envisioned Nigeria. Patriotism is your conviction that this country is superior to all other countries because you were born in it. A man’s country is not a certain area of land, of mountains, rivers and woods, but it is a principle; and patriotism is loyalty to that principle. Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. A politician will do anything to keep his job,
2 days ago, I was coming into the office in the morning and as usual, entered into the elevator and punched in the floor where I was going. Half way up, there was power failure and everything became still and all around me dark; before then, I had imagined this event in my mind but I didn’t think it was going to happen to me. Putting it mildly, I was afraid, really afraid, moreso, i was carrying in my arms, my 4 month old baby. A number of thoughts crossed my mind; I wanted to reach for my bag and