Life Of An Unofficial Nigerian Graduate.

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.

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Event Review: Efe Paul Azino and Sam Dede hosted at The PHLS Open Mic

So I needed two days rest to write the epistle of how I spent my Friday evening at The Port Harcourt Literary Society Open Mic that held on the 23rd of March. My day started at 7am when Maureen Alikor and I had to go to Omagwa Airport to pick up our guest, the proficient … More Event Review: Efe Paul Azino and Sam Dede hosted at The PHLS Open Mic

My comfort zone

As writers, bloggers and creative humans, it is imperative that we have a personal space where we can unwind, relax, think and create. For me, I have found my comfort zone right inside my home. A comfort zone is a personal space where one’s activities and behaviors fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress … More My comfort zone