Mondays, depending on who you are, either fills you with dread or joy – one thing is sure – the work week has begun and you must follow suit! This means getting your mind in gear in anticipation of the weekly rat race.
In Las Gidi, raising shoulder* is fast becoming the city’s favourite pastime; it’s up there with spontaneous traffic jams and asking ‘How was your night?’. The only time a Lagosian will drop their shoulder is to engage in conflict; any true Lagosian worth their salt, never backs down from conflict…
Holding the record for the most translated document in the world and heralded as the “international Magna Carta of all men everywhere” by Eleanor Roosevelt; the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is understood to be inalienable. It documents the fundamental rights a person is inherently entitled to simply because they exist. However, where does this movement draw its inspiration from? For Christians, it may be closer to home than we realise.
To fail to plan is to plan to fail. But what happens when you have planned but things still fail spectacularly?
I not so recently relocated to Nigeria; I’ve lived here before, albeit 10 years ago, I still know the lay of the land. However, one thing I did not anticipate, aside from the intense humid heat, was the women!
Welcome! I aim to navigate contemporary issues through a Christian lens. I think we, as Christians, are often guilty of compartmentalizing our faith and robbing ourselves of leading rich and fulfilling lives, in the process. It is my hope that my words encourage you to let Christianity permeate every facet of your life and to […]