Forget the menopause. It may have been branded the “great taboo” by the chief medical officer, who this week urged more open discussion of the subject between employers and female workers, but for middle aged women who find themselves on the outside of the workplace looking in, the “change…
This, I am convinced you would find useful…
Wish you a productive week!
I stumbled into various tweets about the sudden demise of ChazB, Host of Sharing Life Issues – formerly on Inspiration FM before moving to Rhythm FM.
I listened ardently for the first few months but I could no longer cope with the pain, sheer frustration and disillusion of many Nigerians…
I promised in the last post to write about a new word I just learnt.
Here it is: Infovore
1. a person who indulges in and desires information gathering and interpretation;
2. a person that has a voracious appetite for information.
Interesting, isn’t it?
A quick glance at it clearly reveals the etymology -…
It’s been about a year since I posted on this blog, no? #JustKidding
Sincere apologies to those who have checked in every now and then; the reason is simple – I have been S-W-A-M-P-E-D.
Swimming frantically against the tide of work, a lifelong pursuit, training, project supervision/consultancy and a book project…
I came across this post by an old acquaintance and thought to share….
Apt isn’t it?
I intend to share my thoughts on how to do same with corruption in Nigeria 🙂 Possible? Well, till then.
Here it is:
The last one week witnessed debate in western media as to how Nigeria so…
Now, here’s to try and finish what I started in the last post.
I ran my mouth about what I would have done from the onset in 5 simply written steps. (Note: simply written and not simple).
Here they are again:
Declare Obalende an epicentre
Introduce curfews and movement restriction
Moved much faster with…