Have you ever had to suppress your emotions? You’re angry, but you act cool because you don’t want to fight. You want to cry, but you hold it in so you won’t be considered weak.
Being sprung is when you're so infatuated with one person that you feel almost as though you're in love with them, yet you can't quite define it as love.
Last Monday, I met someone who is neither a Muslim nor a Christian. I know there are many people like this globally, but I had never met a Nigerian living in Nigeria who didn't believe in organized religion.
For the past few days, #endsars has been trending worldwide and even if you aren't Nigerian, you must have stumbled across it on social media or the news.
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My first ever job interview was a flop because I didn't know I was walking into an interview at the time. I had just completed the compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) three weeks orientation program and I was posted to a bank.
Have you ever felt like a fraud, like you were living a lie, like you weren’t worthy of your position, salary or degree? Like you shouldn’t be the one receiving all the accolades because you don’t deserve it? Well, my friend you may have imposter syndrome.
If you're in paid employment, you most likely have a boss you report to. Every organization has a line of hierarchy; you may join a company as an intern but become a manager one day.
Remote working is not a new work arrangement and as much as working from home was already being implemented by most forward-thinking companies abroad, a lot of companies in Nigeria preferred the conventional way of working.
Money is a necessity of life; everyone wants and needs money to survive. We thirst for more money even when we have some because no one can ever have enough money. I mean, this is money we're talking about here. This is why the richest man in the world has not stopped trying to make money.
I'm a Muslim by birth and practice and I had only ever been to a church for a wedding ceremony until recently when I went for a midweek service. Christianity and Islam are the two dominant and organized religions in Nigeria and in most cases, every Nigerian is identified by one of the two religions.