OF THE SUPERMOON, A PYRAMID & A SPHINX

Like other earthlings who heard about the appearance of a supermoon for Monday the fourteenth of November this year, I was more than thrilled to observe the event, seeing that it’s been more than seven decades since the moon had come this close to earth, and would take another two decades or more to see […]

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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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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (XV): HUMILITY

I can’t remember how I came about this story, but I suppose it must have been from one of those local animation magazines, or a newspaper skit or the like, definitely not something I watched or listened to. Twas about this man whose lottery ticket turned out to have won him a huge sum as […]

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BLOGGING FORWARD

For a while before my last post (which was actually time dependent and I had no choice but to publish), I decided to give blogging some space, not because the hunger isn’t there, or I have run out of subjects to blog about. I couldn’t also say that my muse abandoned me (evidenced by my […]

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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 18,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 7 sold-out performances for that many […]

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MY 2015 BLOGGING ANNUAL REPORT

See the fireworks madukovich’s cogitations created by blogging on WordPress.com. Check out my 2015 annual report. I hope you find it interesting. This is looking forward to a more engaging time with you next year. I am so very grateful for the time you gave me in 2015 as evidenced by the report below, now […]

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