The principles of business require that we make use of ALL available resource. Here are three classes:
1. Those who are opportune to understand business relationships with world class economies like China.
2. Those who rather opt for cheaper deals with hopes that the works of amateurs will serendipitously turn expertise.
3. Those who would rather leave everything to heavenly powers instead of working.
But it is even a costlier joke not to think that the dead do not have a price to pay.
Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes… how many times did I call you? What have Nigerians done to you…? Eh…? That you have decided to do this kind of shakara for us… It’s not fair o… Please we beg you whatever we do eh, please forgive us and visit us again… Our rice misses you plenty plenty.
Rule number 6: Contrary to popular belief, people will judge a book by it’s cover. This rule is culled from Ofili’s 10 Rules of Writing, which are no rules at all. Well, assuming Rule number 6 is a rule, one can judge from these pictures that the #CNWriters conference was an amazing one. It was … Continue reading Photospeak: #CNWriters Conference 2016
“The End Where I Begin” is an amazing song by the Irish pop rock band “The Script”. A part of the lyrics says, “Sometimes your first scars won’t ever fade away.” And one of my first scars is what I want to share today. Many years ago, my entire family and I lived in Zaria, … Continue reading First Scars
It was early evening and I sat in the backyard trying to get some cool breeze. I was not succeeding in any way. Even though it had rained heavily from 3 until about 5 in the morning, something I thought should have prevented the hot weather during the day, I could still feel the perspiration gathering in … Continue reading Teaching This Generation to Stop the War Before It Starts