I am always very excited when I see young people especially Nigerians trying to make a difference in the society. I was very touched when a group of young guys under the aegis of Team Adamas (they are thirty in number and the oldest would be about 25 years) approached me to discuss a charity… Continue reading Project HOPE
Just like yesterday, a year has gone by! When the news filtered announcing your migration to the world beyond our world was thrown into utter darkness and sadness. It was like a dream but the reality eventually set in and we were left only with the memories of the time we were privileged to have… Continue reading Never Forgotten… Olutayo Aderinokun (May 8, 1955 – June 14, 2011).
This is a guess post by Oluwatoyin ‘Bisi-Ogunwale (Nee Oseni) I met Sanmi Awodogan sometimes in 2008, not too far off but every bit was worth it. He was a good man full of dreams and passion; even at his struggles he kept on believing and fervently praying for things to get better. He’s such… Continue reading Sanmi Awodogan (April 12, 1980 – June 3, 2012). ADIEU MY FRIEND!!!
The past few days have been very traumatic for us a country. To put it in better perspective the past one year has been very tragic in different parts of Nigeria. Where do I start from? Is it the numerous terror of bombings and killings that the faceless group, Boko Haram have perpetrated in different… Continue reading When Is Enough Truly Enough?