Growing up my family did not hire domestic help because we had a huge family and there were more than enough people with no job and ready to pitch in with the house work. I think that some members of … Continue reading Domestic Help Series: 1
Lately I’ve been reading of an increase in trailer accidents happening in Lagos. What exactly is going on? Trailers are those big scary things on the road that you have to be really careful when you drive close to one. … Continue reading Trailer Accidents – When Will They Stop?
“It’s been a while sweetheart I’ve been doing my thing.” -Kanye I think about this blog everyday but sadly I haven’t been able to blog as much as I would like. I’ve been so busy! Life has a way of … Continue reading Last Trip To Nigeria
Reports from the Lagos State Ministry of Health revealed that of the 801 bus drivers tested for hard drugs, 442 of them tested positive for one or more of the following: cocaine, marijuana, morphine, opiate, ketamine and others.
The tests were carried out in Mosafejo, Mushin and Oshodi/Obalende Motor Parks in December 2014.
According to the report made available to P.M.NEWS, the number of drivers that tested positive for using hard drugs while driving in 2014 is far higher than the same number discovered when a similar test Continue reading “This Would Explain A Lot”
On a beautiful sunny day in Lagos, don’t ask me why but I found myself in a crowded part of the city trying to get a taxi. It was during the Christmas holiday period and where I stood, along with my female cousin K, no taxis were passing by. Cousin K suggested that we walk a little farther down and cross the foot bridge to the other side of the major road. This is when the issue started. As we started walking, people were whispering, some blatantly staring, while others approached us Continue reading “It’s My Bum Shorts and I’ll Wear It If I WANT To”