Happy Decolonisation Nigeria

Oh, yea! Happy decolonization day Nigeria! Everyone seems to be very joyous about the celebration, I have received several independence messages on my WhatsApp, Even Instagram, the Nigerian youths show of craze platform is not left out It is filled with pictures and videos of green people, The Niga-Green life, Is Nigeria really green? Are …

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The Engagement Ring Fantasy.

Flashback Thursday, have a wonderful and exciting read.

Fisayo Writes

He walked her in, she was surprised to find her close friends at the reception, deep inside she mumbled, “What’s happening here?” She kept on mumbling these words as she followed Kola’s move, “Hmm… I can’t seem to understand this” she looked straight down the hall then she shouted, “Titi, you are here? I expected you to be in school receiving lectures, what are you guys up to?” Suddenly, she and Kola found themselves at the centre of the reception, Kola knelt down on one knee proclaiming the usual saying, “Will you marry me?”  Tolu became calm and speechless although in this motionless state Tolu was trying to inspect and to thoroughly examine the quality of the ring, she wanted to be sure that it was the same kind that she had always dreamt of for an engagement ring. On her return from her self-enthused inspection then without restraint nor…

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What You Will Learn From the Book “Why Nations Fail” By Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson

That was how I read the book, "Why Nations Fail" by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson. Well, it was not my idea to read this book, Samuel Adeoye, my library friend during my days at the University of Ibadan suggested the book. However, it took me a month and a few days to demystify …

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