The Long Walk to Freedom

20.10.2020. The day Nigerians at home and abroad watched helplessly as the blood of its youths was shed by the government supposed to protect them. The day the rickety, ineffective government officially crossed the line from incompetence to shameless brutality. The day they thought they had managed to snuff life out of the New Nigeria … Continue reading The Long Walk to Freedom

On heroes and nobility: a tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Reflecting on the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman and watching the many YouTube videos of him speaking or others speaking about him, the one thread that stood out to me was just how much people were impacted by his role as King T'challa in Marvel's Black Panther. Personally, I didn't enjoy the movie - I … Continue reading On heroes and nobility: a tribute to Chadwick Boseman

How to live a limitless life – a tribute to my father-in-law

"We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair..." 2Cor. 4:8,9 2020 strikes again, this time very close to home. My father in law, Daddy Olatoye, fell asleep and not even our loudest wailing could wake him up. Although he spent the last 22 years in a wheel … Continue reading How to live a limitless life – a tribute to my father-in-law