When I joined NVS, I faced a debate as to whether I should preserve the handle I used to use on NigeriaWorld ("Mallam" Radicat). I decided not to - I thought a new break would be best for all.
But I did want to pick a handle that was fairly unique - and I thought that my current handle would fit this requirement pretty well. However, it appears that there is at least one person who is using a similar handle out there (shokolokobangoshe). Well, I say 'is', but the handle has since
Updated Dec 31, 2008 at 08:42 PM by Tola Odejayi
I am the author of the story in verse below. Initially, I put it in the Exhale Section anonymously. But, then, some other Anonymous Villagers came up on the thread and it became confusing when one or two responded as the author!! So, I decided that I will start my blog with it. Won't it be funny if someone else comes up to say its his/hers? I have been thinking a lot about copyright issues lately. And, there are so many copyright issues that arise as a result of the way we interact on the
Updated Jul 25, 2008 at 09:40 PM by Soul Sista
A coach is a support person who works with you, helping you get from where you are now to where you want to be. You would have thought it would be relatively straightforward deciding what you want and going for it. But in reality we know that life isnít quite that simple. While some of us may not have any clear cut goals or action plans, others may have these in place but lack the will to get with the program, or are plagued by procrastination and self-doubt.
A coach is non-judgemental,
I read Peter Nwobu's account of Yar'Adua's presentation at the breakfast meeting he had when in London here:
Even though Mr. Nwobu waxes positive about the visit, recounting some of the measures that Yar'Adua is planning to deal with Nigeria, I for one am not at all impressed.
Even if those measures are in the pipeline, I have to wonder how it