My Oblivion: Biafra Memoirs

--- *This post was started approximately 7 months ago (Biafra-related arguments were at a high during this period)* --- Very recently I had one of the longest arguments via Facebook thread with someone I did not know on a topic that, really quickly, became very personal to me. <<<Rewind... I vaguely remember details of the…

Live Conscious

When I was much younger, I used to go to church with my mum, mostly because I didn't have much of a say in the matter, and also because I was afraid of "going to hell". I don't remember where I first heard about hell. All I know is that when I was younger, hell…

C for Consistency

Hi Guys! Happy New Month! I hear there are so many mixed reviews about January. Some people claimed it felt too long (the memes were endless), others feel like the time went by really fast. No matter what we thought of January 2018, its gone now and its not coming back. How did you spend…

Cheers to my African parents

Hi everyone! This week, I was thinking random thoughts as usual, and a thought came to me that formed the basis of this blog post. As you know if you've read my previous blogposts, I love social media. I am particularly fond of instagram. It can be such a time waster, but I have also…

Gosh! The “S” word

I can't even believe I'm writing about this; Primarily because it seems like every young single person (single is the S word by the way) has something to say about being single. We are experts and it low-key annoys me (yes! Another successful attempt at using the word "low-key"). This is going to be short,…

Hey Guys! Happy new year! I hope 2017 ended on a note of gratitude for you. I streamed the Praise Party service from elevation church (you should check them out). In 2017, one of the preachers that God has used to speak to me is Pastor Steven Furtick and I have learned a whole lot…