I remember today a very good friend that i lost to one of those diseases that we've both been so careful not to fall prey to...Cervical Cancer!(we always go for pap-smear test @FC)
It still hurts till today that i did not get to hear on time that she passed on.
We were meant to hook up in the Uk when she pass through to see two of her kids schooling in the US.
I had left the shores of Nigeria for close to 6mths but still get to talk thanks to GSM.
Updated May 26, 2013 at 02:17 AM by emj
June 28, 1998, exactly 10 years ago today, Mama Solanke, founder of Ibadan Home for Motherless babies died. She impacted soooooo many lives. Her memory is blessed.
Today, I'm celebrating NVS at 5... I hope we impact many lives as well!
Updated Apr 28, 2009 at 03:41 AM by Oluwato
The imagination of what a young man would have been through in the past seven years just can't go off my mind no matter how much I try. I have only heard this story under a month and the burden is sooo heavy, it brings to mind Kwesi Brew's poem, 'the executioner's dream'
I dreamt I saw an eye
A pretty eye
Glittering wet and sickening
Like a dull onyx set in a crown of thorns....
How does the executioner manage to bear all his acts? Is he human?
Updated Aug 27, 2008 at 06:03 PM by lizmoses
So if IQ is Nigeria's biggest problem, what can we do to solve our problem?
It all depends on how the problem is defined. And in fact, this, IMO, is the source of many people's frustrations with Africa.
This is how most people define the underdevelopment problem of Nigeria and other African countries: African countries have citizens as intelligent as other countries, but who suffer from problems related to underdevelopment and poverty. If African countries receive