When laws are enforced…

It was interesting how task force paid a visit to an eatery next to Unity bank at Ita-eko in Abeokuta earlier today. My team and I was there for a business seminar. The task officials were furious about the state of drainage (gutter) in front of their stead. To cut the long story short, the…

Easy, Pedestrian!

Lagos Pedestrians and their entitlement mentality! Hian! you see them cross the roads like it was only made for them. Even when it is not right and lawful, they cross with such gusto. Some will practically walk in front of on coming vehicles with a ‘hit me and see what will happen to you’ or…

Standing my ground!

See me see driver o. I got into a keke Napep (did I hear you say Rolake and keke sha. Well, na the fastest and compact means now aside okada o) at one of their parks in Ikeja and told the driver before hand that I had 500 naira. In fairness to the driver, he…

Hello Cooper!

Whaoza! I saw this cutie called ‘Cooper’ some days ago but couldn’t get a good pic of that interesting part of the ‘babe’! Then some minutes ago, Tokunbo Akintola posted it online and i’m so praying for him right now. The makeup artist in me calls this ‘headlight with lashes’ Oju Cooper nsoro. Some guys…

Rythmic Noise here and there..

Generator sets have never been this popular in terms of their usage at least in Lagos. Everywhere you go, you now hear disturbing sounds from generators (whether big or small AKA I beta pass my neighbour) serving its term like its under punishment by law. It’s no more limited to evenings. Lagosians are forced to…

Half caste…Lagos Keke+Ogun state plate number

I’m sure one of our early morning prayers is that God will take away every hindrance on our way. So I took this keke napep o, he said the fare is 100 naira as opposed to 50naira the usual fare. I didn’t argue because I needed to get going. Then he got past grammar school…