The Nigeria I grew up in is one where a woman is sent off to live with whoever they can when they have failed to enter some marriage. It's abominable not to have a man under whose roof she learns to be a woman. If she rents her own apartment, she must be a whore or a...
It’s late afternoon, and a small business owner has sent a brief. There’s an email notification that provides a preview of work.
Today, I just want to do a journal entry on how I get noticed. Writing for me has gone beyond a hobby. It’s a career, a business and a legacy.
You might wonder why I am so confident about my work. Every new day as a freelance writer comes with its own sets of doubts. Talking to prospects, meeting deadlines, missing some, taking new jobs. It's like running a company all on your own. Let me tell you a story....
In achieving good governance for a community or people, it’s important to understand the role of the person in nation-building.
Every time I get a request to ghostwrite a book, rewrite or correct. One fear I nurse is that my client will meet the devil’s advocate.
It was Ized Uanikhehi’s birthday yesterday and I noticed Orifunke writing on WhatsApp about some Challenge she posted, a Scavenger hunt.
I made a podcast recording yesterday about how Nollywood has not evolved from Ojuju and dark magic to realities like piggyvest, farmcrowdy and other innovations going on. Last year I wrote about Jumoke Olowookere and her startup that's turning waste to wealth. A...
I watched my best friend drown. I could have called the lifeguards or tried at least to enter the shallow water. But I have seen how drowning could reveal