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my imposter syndrome dey try…

…but I dey try pass am!   On the 19th of March, I was sitting in my office working per usual, hungry per standard, daydreaming per expected, whilst completing tasks per regular (Yes. I googled ‘synonyms of usual’). My phone beeped and I grabbed it as an excuse to pause on work. I causally swiped down and immediately a mail with a dramatic subject that read: Congrats! You have been

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Firstrung

I have a curious case of ‘Motivate Others And Get Motivated’. I met one really cool guy late last year at a company I worked. His name is Solomon. Solomon was the correct content-guy, the singing-guy, the novels-guy (thanks once again for the secret trove of literature you led me to), the Mali-music guy, the common-sense-guy, and the I-have-a-sound-opinion-about-stuff guy. He was excited when he found out that I was

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Deliver Us

Deliver us from the lies we tell ourselves; For they are good valiums but bring a splitting headache in the morning.  Deliver us from the lies others tell us;  For they stuff our hearts but empty our heads. Deliver us from the lies we tell others; For they sour our lips and poison our tongues.  Deliver us from leaders who do not know who they are; For they will lead

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Thank You Housemaid

There are few memories that would never leave me and one of them is the memory of following the family’s maid to the market, or to the church; or to anywhere.  My mom was infrequently around when I was younger so I was mostly left with our housemaid whose duty it was to ensure I was comfortable and safe – to the best of her ability. Well, in executing her

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Our Leaders are not Sincere

*Hello! This is a post that was sent to me by my 50+ year old friend. I read it, thought some good issues were raised, and I’ve decided to share. Enjoy!* Recently, I attended the 50th birthday party of a Secondary School mate.  At the well-attended party which had Ebeneezer Obey on the band stand, and while gulping down his expensive red wine, it suddenly occurred to me that if

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