I wrote this a couple of days ago after I'd visited but thought not to post it. A bit too honest?? I love originality. Stumbled on it again this afternoon and it didn't seem bad at all; neither was it off character nor abusive. They are my recurring observations. They are my thoughts, good or bad, quite liberating however. So, enjoy!
Yes, you may have guessed it. It's all about the idiosyncratic 'thank you'.
And it's quite possible that the subject has been broached
A very interesting and encouraging article for Nigerians and especially the up and coming. Note that his ethnicity, perhaps implied by his name, is not mentioned anywhere. He is simply a Nigerian building Nigeria. There were so many important brief clips; I chose not to highlight any. Make of them or identify them as you need and see fit. It's a good morning. - Ayomide
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Jay Alabraba: Developing Nigeria With Humility and Hard Work
She approached our table. She was just another young girl. She was striking even in her dark green khaki pants and cream-colored short sleeve shirt. Her plaited hair came together tied neatly in a band, but I wasn't too impressed. There is a preponderance of beautiful young women in Lagos.
Just a few minutes earlier, I'd seen another young woman - I want to call her a girl, in a tight looking, nonetheless classy, mini dress; platform wedges and a beautiful moderate 'Fro. Three
Updated Jan 27, 2013 at 05:38 AM by Ayomide
This has to be one of the most unusual feelings I've had in a long time. I don't even know how to come up from this depth. I wanted to write:
Shocking, so shocking, Shiny! Ah, too soon brother, way too soon.
Early on, you liked to visit as you made your rounds in the village, you read me differently, I choose to honor you differently. Are you smiling up there? I hope so.
That didn't convey what I felt. I was very sad last night. I
Suffering a catastrophic power failure overseas is almost novel. After such an occurrence a few weeks ago, I had written extensively on the responsibilities of privatized power companies. One that performed as expected and the other that went above and beyond the usual. The write-up was so long, dense, and even sizzling that I had to leave it on my personal blog to revisit as I choose because, all my frustrations at the Nigerian government were unleashed in it. I sometimes wish I can share but...