That Lagos, the commercial capital of the most populous black nation in the world, Nigeria, is the fifth largest economy in Africa is undisputed; what may not be known to many is that Lagos...
Experiences are everything
The way we interpret the world is based largely on empirical evidence. We rely on our taste, touch, smell and sight: our senses to tell us what we like, what we love and what we find distasteful.
Weekend travel hack: Beach camping in Lagos 101
I have always thought that the idea of sleeping outside on a beach, with the roaring ocean to one side and a starry blanket of deep blue sky above, was so very exciting.
A day’s trip to my favourite local tourist spot
Hello once again, if you are reading for the first time welcome! If you are returning, I must admit to being very pleased that my rambling thoughts on weekend delights and philosophy have captured your interest. Thank you! As a brief introduction to the weekend adventure, let me say that my first interaction with the newspaper (or…
Bridging gaps in federal government’s agric policies
Out of a total budget of N6, 077,680,000,000 in 2016, agriculture sector got an allocation of N76, 753,672,273 representing 1.26 per cent of the entire budget.
America stands still for Trump
Today, January 20, 2017, Donald John Trump, born June 14, 1946, is scheduled to take office as the 45th President of the United States of America.
‘Why Donald Trump’s regime should consider all options before making choice’
The sustained bickerings over the alleged interference, by Russia, in the November 8, 2016 presidential election of the United States of America may downplay the symbolism of today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th occupier of the White House.
What was old is now new
You may be tired of hearing it by now, but welcome back to the New Year! And I say welcome back because ‘New Years’ are curious like that: they come back around year after year and the choices we make each time we experience....
The weekend review: Spontaneity and all its ramifications
The last two weekends have been some of the most spontaneous, tiring and epic weekends of my young adult life. And this is all thanks to a little spontaneity ...
Stemming carnage on Nigerian roads
The gloomy details of crashes on Nigerian roads are disturbing. Their crippling effects on the social and economic wellbeing of the country are no less alarming.
Outrage, shock as Americans protest against Trump’s election victory
Fuck your tower! Fuck your wall!” Shouted an angry youngman. He chanted at Trump Tower’s brass-escutcheoned facade, as scores of NYPD officers manned barricades, behind which stood....