legacy

MEMORIES…

I have always been the smiley type…could be a typical Nigerian thing. In the words of the late music legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, he says Nigerians sometimes are suffering and smiling. With all the economic difficulties and bad news flying around today, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep smiling and I doubt that we have […]

Readers’ favorite gives #BeyondtheTrial a FIVE STAR REVIEW!

#BeyondtheTrial has just been given a five star review by a reviewer on Readers’ Favorite. “There is a strong theme of the importance of using one’s mind to see positively, despite difficulties. Also, the characters rely on their close friends or mentors, and on prayer. The momentum of the stories is natural but gripping and […]

How would your community react if you answered a spiritual call today?

Nigerians and Africans in general do not like to think about death. I don’t either, but sometimes events make me wonder about it. The recent loss of my cousin’s son Miracle Godson in Wigan UK (see previous post) has got me thinking about the issues of life.  Miracle Godson may have spent only thirteen years […]