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Being 26 – Memoirs

Being 26 – Memoirs

I had other things planned for 26, you know? Have a child, build a house, start work on my school building project etc. Life said otherwise, which is why I do not dwell on long term goals.
For weeks, Passenger’s song ‘Scare away the dark’ has been on replay on my music playlist because the lyrics remind me to live. Living seems hard when there is so much going in your life, from the pressure of domestic responsibilities to the pressure of keeping up with the world. It gets hard really but taking it a step at a time has its benefits. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on November 15, 2017 in RANDOM THOUGHTS

 

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HI KADUNA, BYE KADUNA (HOPEFULLY FOREVER)

HI KADUNA, BYE KADUNA (HOPEFULLY FOREVER)

On Saturday, 15th April 2016, I took the trip to Kaduna for the first time despite the crisis in the state. Prior to going there, on Friday which was the previous day, I had told Ruth about my intentions to go to Kaduna as I heard that I could get a variety of packaging bottles with pretty covers for my coconut oil. I had searched the big markets in Abuja but could not find a supplier for my bottles so I used this reason as an excuse to kill three birds with a stone – use the modern train, get new bottles and increase the number of Nigerian states I have traveled to.

Ruth wanted to be my travel partner and so I instructed her to be early as we would use the morning train. I proceeded, that night to go visit my guys in Kubwa where I usually spend my weekends.

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Posted by on April 17, 2017 in EDUCATION

 

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