Dinner is Served!

Last Saturday I attended a graduation party and we had a big spread to eat from. So today, I will showcase some of the foodies but will only discuss the famous Nigerian Jollof Rice. 

Recently, CNN Richard Quest visited Nigeria and confirmed the rich tasty flavour of the Nigerian jollof rice (You can google this and get the facts). We prepare the classic Nigerian Jollof Rice and indeed all Nigerian rice recipes with the long grain parboiled rice.  I have served the Parboiled white rice and stew in a previous post. Continue reading

On This Platform…

On this platform

I have read 

The truest and most beautiful essays

The exotic and most weaved and crafted poetry

Master Story Tellers

And I know that

Every perfectly crafted sentence is a gift

And that some people are very well endowed

With the power of imaginations, creativity and deep thinking Continue reading

Emotional Vampires!

Life is about relationships and friendships. It’s about connecting with other people and engaging in interactions, whether formal or informal. It’s about having personal relationships with people. The buzz on relationships cannot be exhausted. It’s such a broad subject that can be addressed from different perspectives. Continue reading

Devotional Nuggets – #64

To be successful, one must learn to do uncommon things and break new frontiers. Having a huge success in life takes a lot of work. One must be willing to confront discomfort, distractions and doubt, and act in spite of them. Let’s look at R. H. Macy, the founder of Macy’s department stores. Throughout his life, R.H Macy started seven different businesses and he failed in all, prior to achieving success. Continue reading