Imagine a world for no and everyone Where we all are here to be as one and to save the world Where we have no differences at heart despite the differences at hand and our nations can all relate with one happy and unified mind Imagine a place like home that is not your … Continue reading Imagine
Workout challenge! Workout challenge! was all I read and heard everywhere. I don’t know if it was a sign that this time I was going to go down from a size 18 to a size 12. I was fully charged and prepared because I mean, I saw so many before and after pictures of people … Continue reading 40 days workout challenge!
Mama Dora A woman of Adoration, A leverage on which the nation Became known for commendation. In the health sector, a big no to corruption Expired food not for consumption No to fake drugs! A means to life termination. Unfortunately, with great indignation Against the knowledge of cancer’s proclamation Which snatched you from the hands … Continue reading Mama Dora (Prof Dora Akunyili)
Finally decided to stop fooling around with my health and weight and hire a personal trainer. A few phone calls, emails, and Yahoo Messenger buzzes later, and I finally had 3 (yes, I know I tend to overdo things!) numbers for likely candidates to help me get in shape. Door Number 1: Super fit dance instructor, … Continue reading Where have all those muscles gone? This is epic, trust me!
The journey has begun once more. Like an unrepentant alcoholic, I fell off the wagon yet again when faced with all the sweet treats I baked for Christmas. I stopped working out, and just kept nibbling. Ah, nibbling. It’s usually my downfall. That seemingly innocent activity that comes between the cooking, the washing up and … Continue reading Where have all those muscles gone?
I halted my gulf car to check on something. He, a guy in his late twenties approached me, shivering from the early morning burnings. He conceded he had only taken four sticks of long cheap cigarettes as early as 7am. I pressed on and he disclosed he was actually mourning for the lost of some … Continue reading Why I stopped smoking Igbo (Marijuana)!
A reverie is not always what it seems; sometimes it is real life hiding itself snug in your imaginations. So it was that after the revolution that ran through Tunisia, Egypt, Libya et al in 2011, the world began to take a second look at its affairs. Nigeria the big brother of Africa was not … Continue reading As reveries come, this one was far-fetched…