Wednesday, 27 May 2020

See Tips to spend less and save more money during lockdown

In times of economic downturn, unemployment and financial crisis like this, it is pertinent to know those simple tricks that can actually help you to save more and spend less. In Nigeria currently, everyone is trying to adapt to this new system of staying at home so as to stop the spread of this deadly virus called Covid 19. But the truth is, Nigerians cannot continue this way for long without their essential needs. 

That notwithstanding, I have been able to come up with 5 tentative tips that can enable you to spend less and save more money in this lockdown. Trust me; you will enjoy this one. This is actually to educate us all on how we can manage the little we during this lockdown. So, what are tips to save more money and spend less in this lockdown?

Saturday, 30 November 2019

The Fight Is For Equality, Remember?

Feminism: A social theory or political movement which argues that legal and social restrictions on women must be removed in order to bring about equality of both s@xes in all aspects of public and private life.
The Fight Is For Equality, Remember?

I got this definition from one English dictionary on my phone but its apt enough and on this basis, I daresay I am a feminist. And every human being who doesn't have his/her central nervous system infected with the serious, terminal disease we now know as "stupidity" should be a feminist. It's only right.

Sunday, 22 September 2019

See One Of The Major Reasons Why Millions Of Africans Live Below The Poverty Line? Especially Nigeria

The reason is our believe that magic will suddenly make money for us. The question is 

How many cups of mustard seed did Mark Zuckerberg the founder of facebook ate that made him instant billionaire? 
See One Of The Major Reasons Why Millions Of Africans Live Below The Poverty Line? Especially Nigeria

How many bottles of anointing oil did Jeff Bezos the founder of Amazon drank that turns him into billionaire? Or made him owner of Amazon. 


Some people spend weeks, months on the mountain praying for financial breakthrough without knowing what to do to be rich or what to do or know how to solve their country problem. They just want the problem to be solve anyhow or to be rich anyhow. But it doesn’t work that way. 

Monday, 16 September 2019

Living a Healthier Lifestyle as a Freelancer

With freelancing comes a lot of trappings and independent lifestyle

You work at from home your own pace, decline and accept jobs at will, work at your comfort zone, work at your time window and don’t have any boss to yell at you for showing up at work late. 
Living a Healthier Lifestyle as a Freelancer

All these liberties aren’t free of their consequences. You can escape them when you are just starting as a freelancer with very few workloads on your desk. 

However, things will change drastically when you become successful and if you can’t balance your work-life situation, it will take a toll on you. And this is one of the common mistakes freelancers make.

Saturday, 7 July 2018

“Even as a professor, I still kneel down to greet my husband” - Professor Grace Otinwa

Professor Grace Otinwa is a professor of Exercise Physiology and the immediate past Head of Department, Faculty of Education, University of Lagos. In a chat with Ademola Olonilua and Toluwalope Kareem, she talks about life within and outside the four walls of the university

“Even as a professor, I still kneel down to greet my husband” - Professor Grace Otinwa

How did you start your career?

I have been teaching for the past 27 years. I started from the Lagos State College of Education, (now Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education), Ijanikin before I moved to the University of Lagos where I have spent two decades. I started my career as a Lecturer Two and rose through the ranks to become a professor. I have served the university in various capacities; as a lecturer, head of department, housemistress and also I have been on the board of some committees in the university. I am a member of the Senate in the university. I am also the regional vice president of the International Council of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance. At the international level, I am referred to as the regional vice president even though I am more like the African president.

Wednesday, 20 September 2017


If you work in Nigeria, you’d certainly relate to these hilarious experiences. Maybe one, some or maybe even all!

Here’s a list of situations in pictures some Nigerian workers face and can easily relate to. Have a peek!