Wednesday, 2 December 2015

The Entrepreneurial Story Is Not That Rosy

Times without numbers you hear people say why not just start something even if its small and nurture it to become an empire over time.

Honestly, it really good when you become your own boss but truth is, there are some enormous challenges every start-up encounters that you are probably not aware of.

Saturday, 7 November 2015

Your Passion May Not Pay The Bills

Many at times we keep hearing the word passion. Especially when someone want you to do something to earn a living, you will probably hear words like "follow your passion" and bla bla bla.

Passion is over rated for it may not necessarily pay the bills.

The logic is do something legal no matter how much you hated it. Remember the idle mind is the politicians devils workshop.

-----This short post is dedicated to all Nigerian youth creating wealth----

Removing dust Part 2

Read previous part here

Inside the conference hall were about two hundred people. I was ushered to sit very close to the rare. Please were is Mr. Adebayo  i inquire from the usher. He said i will meet him after the presentations.

My friends, i must let you know that just within two years i join this company, i had travel to several country including the U.S.A. Its all about networking with the right people and the right company. I must tell you all that the fastest and easiest way to make money like Bill Gate and our own Alico Dangote, you must build investments and think out of the box.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Removing dust

While i remove dust from this blog, i must sincerely apologies to all readers of mudility blog for the long absence. It's not intentional but i may still deserve some flogging if you cares..lol.

I think it would be appropriate to update you on some events while i was away. Where do i even start from??(wink). Please am really sorry because this post will be be very looooooooooooooonnnngg..

Okay, It was in first week of may. I was so furious due to the time and transport money i had wasted to attend a GLND(abi na GNLD sef? wot ever,wink) seminar. Anger was written all over my face as i storm out their conference hall along adesuwa road in Benin city. I blamed myself for not seeing the signs earlier until i arrived the gate. I almost turned back, but i was curious to see Mr. Adebayo, the wizard dude that sent me the invite.

Saturday, 25 April 2015

Never Doubt Your Nigeria Instinct

Am not much of a soccer addict but i do enjoy watching this particular sport whenever i am opportune to, most especially when it involves my preferred team.

For the records, i am a Chelsea fan-although i can't really explain my love for Chelsea fc, might be because they are called "the blues"(i love blue colour anyways) but one thing is for sure, the blues winning a match always bring some sort of joy to my heart while their defeat sometimes made me complain and blame the tactics of their head coach as if i am being paid..lol

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

I Must Confess #New Year Resolutions aren't Easy To Keep

Just like most people did, in the beginning of this year i sat down to meditate, brainstorm, took my pen  laptop and type My Top Eleven New Year Resolution For 2015.

Omo E no easy eh(in P square voice), i noticed this after i stumbled on my old post yesterday..lol. To be frank, after a thorough assessment of my resolutions, it was very clear i had not kept to them and if i were to rate my performance in the scale of ten, i will gladly award myself two marks.

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

My Two Cent Opinion On Feminism

This post was inspired by a blog post titled”My Coming Out Of The Closet #secrets” by ofili of ofilispeaks.com.

Ofili reveals the little secret that he was hiding for years. According to him, he is a male feminist. That seems not much a secret to me, I wrote in the comment session and went further to hastily mistakenly state that I am a feminist too.

Okay I have not said its bad to be a feminist o but I think of myself more of a modern man than being a feminist. The philosophy behind feminism is all about the rights of women all over the world. This entails right to vote, right to hold political offices, right to equal employment opportunities, equal right with their husbands, infact plus any other rights their male counterparts enjoys.

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Yinka

She embraced me from behind and shouted Yinka its not fair o. You just left like that without even trying to reach me. See as u don chop-up,chia there is God o...

Before this meeting, i was only about entering a bank, i went there to rectify dispense error wahala. I had try withdrawing ten thousand naira with my debit card from an ATM machine the previous week. The 10k was deducted from my account yet the machine refuse to dispense my cash.

Monday, 2 March 2015

I Have A Confession

WARNING:
It is important to note that the post you are about to read contains facts with strong personal conviction which may differ and maybe contrary to popular believes on Christianity,so readers discretion is advised.

Monday, 23 February 2015

Change, It Starts With Me

In Nigeria, the word change is some what twisted and abused by politicians and some die hard fans/followers of politicians.

In fact, the slogan everywhere in this season of election is centered on change like #vote for change and bla bla bla. I know and believe the change the masses are clamoring for is for a better Nigeria. That is, tackle corruption, stop religious and ethnic sentiment etc.

Monday, 16 February 2015

Life Of A Nigeria Graduate(Episode 8)

Read Episode 7 here
It was exactly 5.50a.m on my rubber wrist watch that i arrived the park but there was no David on sight. The park was filled with prospective corps member posted to Anambra and Enugu state respectively. As i was strolling to the counter to book for ticket, i bumped into two other buddies going to Anambra.

Oboy afar? where you dey? i don reach park o, was the direct words i put across to David on the phone. He was waiting for a friend to also en route Enugu with, hence the delay. I quickly paid for my ticket and told him to catch me up in camp.

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Is Your Take Home Pay Actually Taking You Home?

It always surprises me when employees grin and complain about their monthly salaries but refuse to do anything. All they do is continued complaining and causing of their boss for underpayment outside the work place but too afraid to ask for a raise for fear of losing the job.

I believe high rate of unemployment in our country should not be a factor for accepting a low paying job. Determine the least amount you can accept, the amount that can actually take you home not the amount that will leave you in debt after you receive your monthly take home pay.(Read I only requested for a minimum of 40k but i was given the greedy look)

Thursday, 5 February 2015

There Is God O #my near death experience

The phrase "there is God o" is being constantly linked to our amiable first lady mama peace. Although many sees her as overbearing and sometimes makes funny comments on some of her speech, i personally love and admire her person. She posses that kind of charisma which portray her as a goal-getter and no bullshit person. A woman needs to be strong and powerful for her man to be secured(if you ever play the game of chess you will understand this).

Anyway this post is not about mama peace. Sometime when you remember the challenges of life, the only shit word that would pop out of your mouth is 'there is God o'. Even when you claim to be an atheist, there are times you will consciously admit there is a supreme being controlling the universe, or there are some sorts of guardian angels that protects you.

Thursday, 29 January 2015

God Does Not Have A Voters Card

If you are in Nigeria, you would have noticed the overwhelming political climate. Campaign is like mtn (everywhere you go). Politicians are out in their numbers canvasing for votes. They do this by sharing bags of rice and money to some group of electorates persons for them to vote and convince others to vote for them.

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

I Only Requested For A Minimum Of 40K Monthly But I Was Given The Greedy Look

It was very cold in the early hours of the day. The rain fell heavily the previous night, but despite the unfriendly weather, i hurriedly took my bathe for i was scheduled for an 8.am interview that day.

I grab my pullover and went straight to the interview venue. There were about twenty-six(26) applicants there already. I wrote down my name and the exact time on the attendance sheet provided(it was exactly 7.59am) then move to the reception.

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Life of A Nigerian Graduate(Episode 7)

Read Episode 6 Here
On my call-up later was boldly written ENUGU, but the feeling of happiness and sadness suddenly crept in.

First i was happy because am not posted to the insurgent raving region but my happiness was short lived when i remember the desire to do my national service either in Lagos or Calabar(see it in episode 1). Congratulation was the word i heard from behind, it was Brenda.

Saturday, 3 January 2015

My Top Eleven New Year Resolution For 2015.

On New Year's Eve, I was with some close buddies at a local bar to mark the day celebration and as a reunion party after some donkey years of disappearing not meeting. There were alot of Origin and beer on our table garnished with several plates of cat fish pepper soup.It was fun unspeakable.

After we had drank lot of beer and the normal friends bashing and argument on football, my friend Daniel(i call him the boss) listed the things he would love to do and achieve in 2015. Like flock of bird, the rest of us listed our plans too.