Tobi Amusan’s Guano Lessons

Kemka WeliKrus Blog, Life Lessons, Tales & Fiction5 Comments

All through yesterday and most of this morning, I have been seeing lots of tributes to Ijebuland in honor of its indigenes our super girl Tobi Amusan, Anthony Joshua, and Isreal Adesanya who are champion Boxers. Most of the messages have the same format: ‘From Anthony Joshua to Isreal and now Tobi – It must be something in the Ijebu … Read More

How Do You Learn? – Imbibe the Entrepreneurial Mode of Learning

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Entrepreneurs are a great asset to Mankind. Entrepreneurs commercialize their inventions and innovations to give us a better, richer life. Entrepreneurship can be expressed either in a private or corporate setting. Many start businesses; others innovate within other people’s businesses. Everyone who works is an entrepreneur – they trade their skills, talent, and competencies for some compensation. Some choose to … Read More

The Scare – My Teeth Don Turn Green?

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It was a very large party, but everything was on point, my guy in the Office was getting married, all of us come turn up. I give kudos to the organizers who arranged the hall so beautifully and provided enough seats for the many who attended. The packaging make sense well well. The meal in the party was very delicious. … Read More

Tales From Far Away…

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Corn & Pear go make Sense o We bought corn yesterday, haba, make person chop some familiar things from home. I just told Wifey as she talked about going out: ‘Abeg if you see Pear or Coconut make you buy make we use chop the corn’. ‘You be thief’ – na her response. Wetin I talk bad now? As we … Read More

I Doff My Hat

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As I picked up my hat to finish my dressing for work this morning it just struck me that all of a sudden Hats have gone out of fashion in Abuja. Fridays are for local attires and we all look forward to it – who never tire for Tie, Shirt, and Suit, Monday to Friday? It is a National policy … Read More

A Utopian View of Wealth Ownership

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Like time and air, it does appear to me that to be truly happy, Man was not meant to own many of the things we struggle for today. Every day, everyone is issued 24 hours, and all the air that is needed. No one accumulates more than they need of each. No one can own time. Money and all that … Read More

The mythical ‘Pot of Soup’

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‘How much will it cost?’ That was the first question to anticipate anytime we asked my parents of anything that had a cost implication. It does appear that everybody also asks that question anytime any purchase idea comes to mind whether it is a product, service, or some other fun stuff. If it was something in the approved list like … Read More