When I received an email inviting me to attend the Google For Nigeria event in Lagos, I was anxiously looking forward to a day of fun, education and networking. For those wondering, Google For Nigeria is an event curated by Google as an avenue for real time creators, innovators, business owners, technicians and every Google … More Google For Nigeria: Five Lessons I Learnt.
Its a Wednesday night, and as I turn around in front of my mirror for the umpteenth time, I double tap my mobile screen, checking to ensure I’m still within my time limit and not going to be late for the hang out with my friends – the last one in, pays the bill for … More Night Out – [A Short Story]
My day started out slow and a tad-bit annoying because for one, I barely had enough rest the night before and I had to wake up early to head to the office. During lunch break, I finally get the chance to check my messages and I see a message from a friend. It’s poet Freetivation, … More Poem: I need a Vacation – Freetivation
Freetivation is at it again following the end of the 2018 world cup in Russia. With the launch of his anthology on Okada books and Amazon less than a month away, he vents his anger this time towards the world for the silence over the heroics of the Croatian National Team. “The Vanteri made Croatia … More Unpopular opinion: “Croatia deserves More” says poet, Freetivation.
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This week, we have searched the nook and cranny of the blogsphere to bring you the most interesting and resourceful articles and write-ups on preparation for life after school. Life of an Unofficial Undergraduate The vast majority of undergrads do not have an idea exactly what life holds for them…
In response to the rapid increase of deaths in the University of Port Harcourt, Richard Dappa popularly known as Freetivation wrote a letter to the school. Freetivation is a 400 level Chemical Engineering student of the University who has a passion for writing and he has decided to use this medium to vent his anger … More Port Harcourt Poet, Freetivation, cries out about Increased death rate in Uniport.
My works are simple yet powerful. They are like tiny pebbles when thrown into a sea makes the waters ripple for joy. … More Interview: Edwina (Neofloetry) – “My works are simple yet powerful.”
One day you are great, breathing fine and motivating the world
The next day, you are consumed in cynicism , threatened by your own thoughts . … More Bad Air – Fifi Awak
Life as an ” Unofficial Nigerian Graduate” is precarious. Yes, I know we will all say and argue that life as a Nigerian undergraduate isn’t easy either, but life as a graduate in Nigeria is far worse. For starters, there are a lot of difficulties in the different stages of/on becoming a Nigerian graduate. … More Life Of An Unofficial Nigerian Graduate.
The Port Harcourt Literary Society have put together a poetry slam event that is scheduled to hold on the 25th of May 2018. This is calling out all talented spoken word poet who believe they possess the qualities to go head to head with other poets. … More Up To 100,000 Naira Up For Grabs At The Port Harcourt Literary Society Poetry Slam