The epic release of Beyoncé’s Homecoming; a Netflix-run ode to her momentous Coachella 2018 performance, subsequently dubbed Beychella, shook the internet. I have respected Beyoncé’s
Life has been rather slow recently. The world seems to be on an unending rollercoaster, and things have truly evolved. One thing we can all
Now that my NYSC year is over, one month later, the lessons it taught me are all I’m left with. Generally, the program gets a
Coming across And After Many Days by Johwor Ile was a seemingly eerie occurrence every time I entered a bookstore. It always seemed to call
Sharing my NYSC camp experience has been top on my list for a while. It’s interesting that I am almost done with the program before
I purchased The Pressure Cooker at a time I thought it would be a good idea to splurge on books, and the hype Roving Heights
The whirlwind that was the second third (the past four months) of 2019 is not easy to describe. You know how you feel like things
I do not own a lot of tee shirts but I am a big fan of those that have inscriptions so when I saw the
When I was mobilized as a prospective corps member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in November 2018, the only presenting joy was because
How Intelligence Kills is a brilliant exposition into the Nigerian dynamic. It brings to realization several thought-worthy issues and is a 5-star read.
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