Okpa and bananas are not allies

I am speaking from experience so take these words I tell you seriously. Whatever you do, DON’T EVER EAT OKPA AND BANANA TOGETHER, unless of course you want to return to your maker. I remember…

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Update that playlist

(For real this time.) Update your sex playlist. There is a greater chance that you may eventually use this playlist to wash those stubborn pair of jeans with multiple buttons, while you mourn what John…

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Running from the wishlist

Christmas is approximately a month and few days from today, and I know I want a gift myself and would be pompous of me to assume my friends don’t too. Sometimes I wish I had…

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Being Nigerian 101

“I sure say you never use road travel before” Said the obnoxious cab man as he got enroute dominos pizza. I remember letting out an uncanny giggle, if we looked like our problems MEhnnn. Anyway…

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Citation: Movie review

Citation (Movie review) When I first watched the trailer of citation, well mostly heard, I was in the living room and my sister in the room when I heard Temi Otedola’s voice from her phone…

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Eating away my salary

Days ago on Twitter the trend was to talk about tipping waiters, which I don’t think is compulsory, but along the line someone mentioned how if you can pay 500k for food, why can’t you…

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What is your body count?

Uh, none of your business. My initial intention for this piece was to write some mildly acceptable sex related questions that are somewhat okay to ask. Then my mind went blank at number one, because…

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Adulting is a sham

Adulting is a sham! Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise, today we will be attacking the money eating demons. Yurr, you just stepped into a MFM sermon, prepare your mind and your bibles…. At some…

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Nigerians are not done yet

It’s indubitably been a hot couple of days across the country. What started as a peaceful protest to end police brutality and the total overhaul of the Special anti robbery squad (SARS) in Nigeria escalated…

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The Massacre; Tuesday to remember

There’s a river, in the east of Nigeria. It carries bodies, victims of the police brutality of this country. It scares me that maybe someday, someone I know may just be floating in it. Tuesday…

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