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She was left for dead. Call her Madam X. Cold, hungry and exposed to the harsh elements of the tropical rain season, her case was pathetic. No one could tell how she ended up there and they couldn't care less. Except one young man. With a dash of courage and a slice of ingenuity, he … Continue reading Harnessing Social Media for Social Good – How A Young Nigerian Used Twitter To Save A Life.
Is Christianity struggling to keep up with the trend in an increasingly fast-paced and changing world where spirituality is not merely persecuted (that would be easy) but narrated as unnecessary? Why be spiritual when we can simply achieve the Millennium Development Goals and fight with hash tags for good governance? With “Five Questions for Pastor … Continue reading Five Questions for Pastor Iren
Yesterday, I woke up with the rest of the world to a shocking news, the loss of an iconic figure Dr. Myles Munroe. It was almost like a bad joke when a colleague at work mentioned it. Totally unable to believe what he said, I dashed to the Internet to confirm his story. Alas! This … Continue reading Too Big To Die…
It's quite interesting the sights you run into some days. This was captured at a busy business district in Lagos. Parking space seemed to be scarce but this fellow found a way around that. What do you make of this? An individual with no regard for public decorum and traffic laws? Or a person who simply … Continue reading Pix For The Week | Inappropriate Or Ingenuity?
So it was a pretty regular morning commute to work when this view from a pedestrian bridge caught my attention. Not that. THIS. You know that thing about a picture being worth a thousand words? It just struck me that ON THE SAME ROAD, while some were trapped in 'bumper-to-bumper' traffic, others had … Continue reading Pix For The Week | Happy Cruise Or Hellish Crawl?
The sun blazed angrily over the city. Obviously it was still unhappy with the morning clouds that made it work so hard to get noticed.As the air quickly warmed up, it felt strangely quiet. This was not the regular Lagos weekend. While the rest of the city revelled in the unusual experience of a super-long, … Continue reading FreeHands: Everyday People | Incredible Stories