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On 7 December 2022, I was called to the Nigerian bar! This vlog shows the clearance procedure I underwent at the Nigerian Law School the week before the ceremony. Subscribe and hit the notification bell to be the first to find out when part 2, involving the ceremony and reception, drops. #Law, #Lifestyle, #NigerianLawSchoolRead more
My law school journey was truly intense, and I went through a rollercoaster of emotions in the almost two years it took to complete the journey. Since my time at the Nigerian Law School pretty much defined my 2022, I thought it would be a good angle from which to approach my annual end-of-year reflection…Read more
Are women’s rights universal or do they differ from culture to culture? #CulturalRelativism, #Feminism, #HumanRights, #Nigeria, #WomenRead more
Universal Accounting: this user-friendly accounting system is a must-have for small businesses, accountants, students, and accounting enthusiasts generally! #Accounting, #Finance, #Financial Management, #ReviewRead more
“Blessed” is a feel-good song by Wizkid and Damian Marley that talks about taking life easy, relieving yourself of pressure, and leaving God to take control. In this video, I perform a live cover of the song. You can watch the video below or on YouTube (scroll down to view the lyrics). Credits go to…Read more
Against the context of insecurity in Nigeria, have we reverted to the “state of nature” described in Hobbes’ social contract theory? #Lifestyle, #Insecurity, #Nigeria, #SocialContractRead more
“Blackmail” is a beautiful song by Brymo that speaks of a toxic give-and-take relationship. In this video, I perform a live cover of the song. You can watch the video below or on YouTube (scroll down to view the lyrics). Credits go to Promise Chime (on the keyboard), Favour (on the drums), Victor (on the…Read more
“Good morning gentlemen and gentlemen in skirts”. This was the opening line of a classmate at the Nigerian Law School who was making a presentation during our lecture today. #Feminism, #Law, #LegalProfessionRead more
About two weeks ago, I cut and dyed my hair. I’ve been meaning to do this for the longest time ever, and I finally got the courage to do it. At first, I wasn’t sure how I felt about the hair. But now, I absolutely love it! Join me in this vlog to see the…Read more
I am super excited to introduce a start-up organisation called Frontline Youth Creativity Initiative (FYCI). FYCI is a youth-led and youth-focused organisation working to empower young people to challenge the status quo and promote positive social change through the creative arts. #BehaviourChange, #CreativeArts, #Creativity, #NGO, #YouthRead more
“You’re not like other girls.” I’ve heard people use this line a couple of times. I think I can try to understand the idea behind it. But on the other hand, there is something very unsettling about it. #Compliments, #FeminismRead more
I turned 22 roughly a month ago, on the 8th of August. A few days to my birthday, I started reflecting on the things I’ve learned in my relatively little time on earth. I’m posting this in the hope that someone learns a thing or two. Personally, I also intend to use these lessons for…Read more
“Here” is a gospel song by Kari Jobe that reminds us that we are never alone because God is always with us. In this video, I perform a live cover of the song. You can watch the video below or on YouTube (scroll down to view the lyrics). Credits go to Promise Chime (on the…Read more
In this post, Promise Chime not only simplifies the concepts of coding and programming, but also provides useful tools and resources that can help you learn how to code. #Code, #Coding, #Computers, #Programming, #Tech, #TechnologyRead more
A couple of months ago, my friend Rita asked me a question: If you didn’t have to worry about money or job security, what would you do with your life? This made me curious about whether anyone would even be doing conventional 9-5 jobs on a full-time basis if they didn’t have to worry about…Read more
A lot has happened in Nigeria over the past few days, and they can all be traced to the #TwitterBan imposed by the Federal Government on Friday June 4th. This is my attempt to analyse the legal implications of the ban on citizens. #Law, #Legal, #LegalAnalysis, #Lifestyle, #PublicPolicy, #SocialMedia, #Twitter, #TwitterBanRead more
In this video, I perform “Skoin Skoin”, a beautiful love song by CKay. You can watch the video below or on YouTube (scroll down to view the lyrics). Credits go to Promise Chime (on the keyboard), Favour (on the drums), and Uviboy (video recording). #Cover, #LiveCover, #Music, #SlowJamsRead more
In its traditional form, the story of the tortoise and the hare is used to teach a lesson such as ‘slow and steady wins the race’ (even though I don’t believe that this statement is always true). However, I stumbled upon the picture below while I was scrolling through Instagram, and I found the twist…Read more
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