Thursday, February 23, 2012


Day after day, there's a new excuse, reason, distraction or commitment. Something that alters the plan. Something that changes the course of things. Hello everyone, how have you been? Its been a while since I blogged and it has been as a result of series of events that are too numerous to mention.

I've been traveling a lot lately and learning a whole lot as well. The passed days have been wonderful. I have a couple of stuff to share with you because though I went off a while, it didn't stop me from gathering up stuff.

I wish you all a wonderful weekend ahead but make sure you stay tuned and watch things as they unfold here...

Saturday, February 4, 2012


Mathematics is one subject a lot of people find very challenging and this has caused some of us to conclude that its a problem we'll have to live with while a few others have refused to let it stay a problem constantly seek solutions to this problem.

In my case, I studied economics at the University of Nigeria Nsukka and I must confess it was one heck of a fight for me. Maths almost destroyed me and in finding a way out of it, I decided that I will opt for an arts related course for my masters. I chose to study Economics in the University because it was one course I grew really fond of in secondary school. I had no idea that my Maths challenge would stand in my way as much as it did.

For some people like my dad, Mathematics is the easiest course in the world. This is because he sees maths as a subject that is all about following and applying basic principles. I discussed my problem with my dad, told him about my decision to change my course of study to the arts because of my maths challenge and he gave me a basic advice. He asked me to first tackle my maths challenge by studying mathematics from the first principle. He says he believes in my ability and wants me to face my challenges squarely and show the greatness in me.

I must confess that his words that day fell on the fertile part of my mind and has inspired me to face my mathematics challenge, once and for all. To that effect, I have bought the New General Mathematics textbook for JSS1 and have since been studying it. I'll move on to JSS2 and then on till I conclude the entire secondary school mathematics scheme on my own.

So far, I've been amazed. The maths at this stage is quite simple for me but I have been able to recognize some basic principles that I had not noted in the past. Some might ask if its not too late for that but in my opinion, its better late than never. Won't hurt to be a 60 year old math genius even. I'll try to keep you updated about my progress and I suggest that if you are facing something similar, adopting this method will help you learn and better understand maths. It might not make you a maths genius like in my dad's case, but it will definitely help you know how to solve mathematics problems better, although I pray it makes me a genius anyway. :D

Keep reading this blog for more updates.


Its cheers to the weekend people! Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!!!! I'm sorry this post had to come late but it was due to many constraints that I had in the past week.

On cheers to the weekend today, I'll be telling you about a new hangout spot in Lagos and I'll be sharing some new music with you, thanks to my friend Chudy Ogbuabo again. I'll go straight the stories for today. :D

The Branama singer, Keffi is set to open her own continental restaurant called Branama Kitchen, situated at Mende Maryland Lagos, the exquisite restaurant will be officially opened on February 5th 2012. So get your tummies and pockets ready for tomorrow!

On the music scene, I have three hot new releases to share with you. Check them out and enjoy them this weekend.

Wizkid's azonto free style

That stupid song audio


So folks, that's all on cheers to the weekend today. Let's go rock this weekend!


Hello everyone, its been a very long time. I'm really sorry I went off on you guys like that but I couldn't help the situation. I've been down with malaria for a while but thanks to God, I'm recovering from it now.

Wednesday was the first day I felt strong since I fell ill and I thought it would be a good idea to swing by a dental clinic and get my teeth checked ASAP! I had been experiencing pain on the right side of my lower molars for almost four months and it was as a result of a hole in one of the teeth.

Four months gone, and procrastination didn't let me do the right thing so I had to get right out the minute I felt up to it and did the right thing. The exciting thing about it all is that it gave me an opportunity to visit Umuahia for the first time in my life, as well as some other places in Imo state I had not been to in my life. The dentist I consulted was my father's school mate at the University of Ibadan and his clinic is in umuahia.

It was an amazing experience, one that I can not find a comparison to yet. The dentist said the hole wasn't infected so there was no need to pull out the tooth. I had the hole filled instead. I felt slight pains before (when I was injected with a drug that made my left face feel like the heaviest numbest weight in the world. Lol) and after the procedure. I was asked not the chew on that side of my cheek for 24hours.

24 hours have since passed and my tooth hasn't given me any more problems! I'm as healthy as a healthy can be. Yay!

Anyways, I have two more posts after this so stay tuned and enjoy the line up. Considering that I have been AWOL for very long now, I'll get right to uploading them without taking any more of your time.