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? Dear friend, Thank you for taking the time to check out this page. I want you to know that I really, really appreciate it and believe it will be worth your while. My name is Oluwatomi Adeoti. I am a medical doctor currently enrolled in the National Youth Service Corps…

Things To Do In Lagos Traffic

Traffic congestion is one of the features of a major city, and Lagos being a metropolitan one doesn’t disappoint. In fact, it can be labeled the “Traffic capital” of Nigeria. If you did a Vox populi and asked random people to list three words that described Lagos, I am certain “traffic” will be on a…

Lagos Has Changed Me

Lagos has changed me. I never used to sleep without clothes on. Not even on the hottest nights. I had (yes, had) this theory of in case of incasity, always have something on. Then I moved to Lagos, and I had to disprove my own theory because after a cold shower, the sweat comes back…

For Our Fathers (Finale) : My Real Daddy

Good evening! This is the final post in this series and if I can say so myself, it has been a wonderful one. I want to thank everyone that featured : Bablo @ToluBablo Ojuolape @JuolaO Aunty Bimpe @lolamodder Ronke @O_tega Tokunbo @0Toxic ‘Dania @Ms_Dania GT @blessedmouth Jibola @JXBZVS Tiwatayo @its_LASH Damilola @omotookelonge And to the…

For Our Fathers : My Daddy Said

                                      By @omotookelonge ‘Dami Dami, it’s very simple, two times two is four, when you put two in two places, you get four… it’s not I want to baff, it’s I want to take my bath… What is the plural of goose and what is the past participle of give?’ I’ll always get a rewarding,…

For Our Fathers : Aren’t Dads Supposed To Be Busy?

                                 By @its_LASH Hi People! Happy Fathers’ Day to all our wonderful dads out there. Thank you for being awesome. I’m so sorry guys for not posting yesterday. I was really busy with a special owambe. Here’s today’s first post. ***** Some people will never cease to amaze me. You know, yesterday was my roommate’s…

For Our Fathers : You’re Not My Father

                                       By @JXBZVS Our people say that when the child of the deaf man buys his father a radio, he is fixing to hear the story of how he was born. The first time I heard this proverb, I had skipped afternoon lessons and had gone to play football with Kayode and Moyosore — the…

For Our Fathers : Chasing His Dream

                                  By @blessedmouth   I knew a man once, a father of 4 kids. I still know him, because I talk to him often. He was a man that  amazed me in many ways. Yet in one spectacular way, because of his background, he was a wonder. He was a man who loved books, cherished…

For Our Fathers :The Knowing

                                         By @Ms_Dania I think he knows that I know. I’m standing on the threshold of these oak doors that lead to my new life, the hair dresser, make up artist, and other fussers having finally deemed me fit to embark on the journey. I turn my head slightly to the left and my eyes…

For Our Fathers : Decoy

Hi people! It’s Rolayo here. There will be no post till evening today. 😦 I’m sorry. But don’t worry, I won’t leave you guys hanging. Why don’t you head over to The Naked Convos? They are presently hosting a series I wrote and you can catch today’s episode here. I am sure you won’t be…

For Our Fathers : The Way Here

                                By @0Toxic I watch Ayomide sleep and can’t but wonder “How close am I to the real thing?” Does the child see me and think “Farce”? Am I good enough? The road to get here was murky, thorny and stony all at once. Before I found myself here, it was easy to look…

For Our Fathers: Papa Laughed

                                      By @O_tega Papa never laughed. Even Sisi could not remember if Papa ever laughed. But Madam Hatchet, the old lady that has the salon where Papa takes me to get my hair cut said Papa used to laugh once; a long time ago, but he stopped laughing again because there were not so much…