WHILE IN PORT HARCOURT

Our first port of call, after meeting up with my business partner was one of her holdings at Woji, not much of a big place as such but I liked the model she employed in paying staff because of the incentive nature incorporated within. Her staff earns a basic, then ten percent of the business […]

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BIBLE STORIES (17) : HAGAR AND ISHMAEL

I did hint a bit about the subject I intend to address here in my last treatise, and it has to do with the chasing of Hagar and her son, Ishmael out of the house of Abraham. I had opined in that blog post, that it isn’t unusual to find a woman who had endured […]

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AS LAGOS MOVES TO BECOME NIGERIA’S KIDNAP CAPITAL

Last Saturday, four landlords and their trainer, of a group of landlords who had gone jogging in the Isheri area of Lagos, bordering Ogun State were abducted by gunmen, while the others managed to escape by jumping into a nearby swamp. By noon yesterday, the media was awash with news that the abductors have made […]

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OBIGBO TO PORT HARCOURT

The dark clouds that had dispersed as we approached Rivers State had begun to aggregate again, and it was becoming more certain that the skies will soon discharge it’s content. A journey that had always taken me two hours at least to Port Harcourt, had taken us three, and we weren’t even at our destination, […]

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