MY LIFE IN 2016 IN YOUTUBE VIDEOS

Seeing that I haven’t yet found the mouth to describe the card 2016 dealt me, I thought to outline my experience in YouTube videos, as follows: January: All was set for a prosperous year in view. February: It felt like nothing could hold me back. March: Then just like that, Dad got translated. April: I […]

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ARRESTED SOBRIETY

It is with sadness that I inform you of my inability to make it a fifth year of sobriety. If you had been following my posts the entire year, you’d have found that it wasn’t a cozy one for me, but gladly none of the challenges was directly responsible for the tergiversation of my sobriety […]

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BIBLE STORIES (22): SARAH’S DEATH AND RELATED MATTERS

Peace, a friend of mine called me to inform me that she lost her elder brother earlier this morning. Like me, she’d also lost her father some months before I lost mine, before later losing my elder sister. I could sense she was distraught and so I consoled her the best I could, then sent […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (4): ACCOMMODATION

The exchange rate between the Naira and the pound (₦565/£) meant that life and living for some of the Nigerian scholars tends towards privation, compared with their fellow scholars from Africa. The Kenyan shilling for instance exchanged at KSh137/£ meaning that they’d have more loose change to play around with from their country, apart from […]

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BIBLE STORIES (21): GENEALOGY

I must confess that when I started this journey of sharing my thoughts and understanding of the stories of the Bible, I didn’t have set out rules on how to go about it. In fact, that we’re in the twenty second chapter is mainly due to the fact that there were parts I considered irrelevant […]

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THE IGBO AND FUNERALS (6)

I started writing about Igbo funerals at a time I found myself attending funerals of not so close relatives because it fell on me a few years back, so to do on behalf of my family. I never imagined that such funerals will begin to touch so very close to home till I lost my […]

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