Following the lockdown relaxation, Governor of Lagos state, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced a set of new transport guidelines to prevent community spread in the country's commercial capital and most populous city. Let's get to it.
What happened next wasn't expected until after a couple of months... maybe a year even. At least it's here, we've got the Covid-19 vaccine and life can finally be back to normal! I thought as I closed my eyes and continued to imagine. Could it be? I smiled as I picked a pen and paper … Continue reading SURVIVING COVID-19: 10 AMAZING PLACES I WANT TO VISIT RIGHT NOW!
In September of 2019 (a looooong time ago in blogging years), Chris, an intern working with Ìfẹ́ [dairyofanaijagirl] curated a remarkable post about Susanne Wenger on Instagram. Motivated by her piece, I decided to make a full-blown blogpost about my first visit to Susanne Wenger's House and the Osun-Osogbo Grove. For those who may not … Continue reading LIKE SUSANNE WENGER? THEN YOU’LL LOVE WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT HER
"Lip balm! Get your pink lips here," the young lad beckoned to me as I wiped my sweaty face with a handkerchief, I'm hardly done crossing the street when another calls, "Hey! Fine boy! You want phone, laptop or charger. Which one?!" "ahan, una no go allow pesin rest for this Lagos. Haw!" I thought … Continue reading THE TYPICAL LAGOSIAN’S GUIDE TO COMPUTER VILLAGE
Hello there! Did you know that Henrimoweta is officially the sixteenth Art Gallery I've visited in South-Western Nigeria?! Crazy right. I took more time to explore art and history in the past year than ever before because art is life, a form of expression that can be linked to cultural assets plus it's much more … Continue reading TOP 5 THINGS I LOVED ABOUT HENRIMOWETA ART CENTRE