The African cathedral at the end of the street ended its Sunday service over an hour ago. It was a wonderful service; a welcome service for the beloved Bishop Dairo, who had been absent for two weeks. The bishop had embarked on a spiritual mission to a mountain (or Ori-oke, as the Yorubas call it) in Ondo state, for a 14 days (and 14 nights) prayer and fasting. The amiable bishop beamed with joy throughout the thanksgiving service. Indeed, he looked fresher than he was two weeks ago but it is only the devil-inspired ones that would deem it suspicious. After all, Moses was on Mount Sinai with God for 40 days and nights and he came back looking radiant. Songs of praises and heavenly hymns made the service glorious despite the noticeable absence of the choirmaster. Continue reading Crookstians | by M. O. Bamidele (@femi_uncensored)
Being a student at the University of Lagos which is the University of First Choice and the Nations Pride is a privilege, honor and something cool. There are some stuffs that happen in UNILAG that only people who attended UNILAG can completely relate to which also makes the school way cooler…Lol. Below are some of them…Enjoy. Continue reading 17 Things Only People Who Attended Unilag Can Completely Relate To
i stumbled upon this very funny article on a website like dat sha. this article perfectly depicts Nigerian Students who have a Love-Hate relationship with their CGPA…Enjoy and Laugh Away.
SEYI LAW, AKPORORO, BUCHI, TOBY GREY TO PERFORM AT UNILAG MUST LAFF 1.0
Lagos, Nigeria: August, 2015
Kunbi Black and Unilag Campus Comedy in conjunction with University Of Lagos Student Union presents to you Live Skits, Comedy, Music and it is tagged Unilag Must Laff 1.0 .
The date is September 1st 2015, venue is the University Of Lagos, Main Auditorium and the Rainbow Carpet starts at 3pm, then Main event begins by 4pm.
GATE FEE: #500
The Comedy Show will feature top notch Comedians like Seyi Law, Buchi, Akpororo, MC Calibird, Big Mikkie and many more.
Special Appearance: Weird MC, Mannie CoolFM, Carol King, Sabina NaijaFM, Francis Odega ( Mr Gerarehere for Real Men).
Music & Dance by: Toby Grey, Yung Ace and Brainee, DS Crew
HOSTED BY: Real Skillz (UNILAGFM), Solid Mallam, Olabode Saygee and Adesola Momoh.
Whenever u enta a classroom in the prestigious UNILAG, u will see students with different backgrounds and behaviors. I just want to share the 10 types of students i av noticed during this mai two years in the school.
Father Lord, though I know I didn’t quantitatively answer Dr. Kunnuji questions but I know you’ve being a great Lord, the one that turned water to wine to blood and some other things defying the laws of science, things relatively and empirically impossible, and are not variably quantifiable under the circumstances it was stated but I know and believe you’ve done it though I wasn’t there when you did it but still as I said know you can statistically do it again.
You that you are capable of turning 15 correctly answered questions to 60 or even more if Kunnuji desires more in his, in my own word, DEVILISH MIND.
So the point I’m trying to drive home OLUWA mi is that I need your all merciful mercy, the one that speaks even when you go for all the turn ups that was scheduled between 25th May – 3rd June, 2015, the mercy that speaks even when you later go for overnight and all you did was to make jest of some ugly girl that looks like the marijuana they sell at Westend you met trying to read for a paper she probably had 9 o’clock the next morning. You believed you set alarm at 7 o’clock for a 9 o’clock exam not knowing your alarm has miraculously added an hour, forty five minutes to itself. Weird me…Lord!!! This kinda mercy only comes from you pls have it on me and let me not get any thing below 2 scores cos asking for a grade now will be like dreaming without your eyes closed, freaking not possible but at least God make I no carry this one biko MY HIGHNESS.
Note for Dr. Kunnuji:
Ele yi to tu se yii gidi gan ooh and I know my God that is the all merciful God will forgive you 😨.
Written by (Ayo)
Whao! The crowd, the artist, the host, the sponsors, the lightnings and also those annoying bouncers were overwhelming at the #IamEasy concert which took place at Main Auditorium, University of Lagos on 26th, May 2015.
The concert was hosted by UC Ukeje and one other celeb I don’t know his name. The show was supposed to start by 4:00pm but the much love students had for Baddo, YBNL Nation made students defy African time and as early as 2 o’clock, students were already there. But the show was not organised well as regards the way the bouncers behave with students, treating them like criminals to the extent that they used tear gas which made some very high tempered or should I say die hard fans/students break the door glasses at the entrance of main auditorium.
The show was so interactive starting with Orezi who sat among the crowd with no bouncers before coming to the stage and also delivering an ovation worthy performance. Students were even allowed to come on stage and you know FSS no dey carry last na close to 4 social science students went on stage to show love to the artist though this opportunity was misused cos a student tried stealing Olamide cap which to me was very funny the way he removed the cap from Baddo’s head.
Written by (Ayo)
I was at the filling station again this morning as early as 7am to buy fuel only to observe the same things that have been the order of the day at the fuel stations since the fuel scarcity. The ordinary man can hardly buy fuel. In fact, this is the period I knew there in this country, all fingers are not equal. So here are the 3 types of people that can easily buy fuel without stress:
1) THE ALAYES: Mehn…this men are strong ooo….You dare not stand on their way to getting fuel. They usually buy to resell… I can be on queue for 4 hours while an Alaye can go more than 7 trips with 50 litre gallon! Omo…for once, I wished I get this kind strength and muscle nd deep voice good ooo….I go soon start working on my own muscle against the future fuel scarcities.
2) THE STAFF: This set of people comprises of the untouchables. The ones that can spend the money…extra money. The deal is usually done inside the office before the station manager himself would come out and fill their numerous gallons.
After which, he goes back to the office. I bin wan claim staff for conoil this morning, the manager asked me, “are you a staff?”…I said “yes”….The next question he asked me shocked me…”are you from Adenuga?”…Oga mi…I just dogde my head….
3) THE SMART DUDES: OK..i fall into this category…You see, I run a Cyber Cafe and we are the most hit since this fuel scarcity due to the nature of our business. No light, no business. So I can’t afford to stay on the line the whole day. But since I no be alaye, I gat to find a way out. Most times, what I do is that when I see the line is much, I calmly scan through the cars on cue. I would go close to one of the owners and engage
him/her in a discussion…make them laugh and like me instanta…then before their turn go reach, I would just casually ask them to put my gallon inside their car….hahahha, it always works like magic…
If you’re tired of saving in the bank for personal reasons like incessant bank and ATM withdrawals due to the fact that you have like 5 girlfriends you buy chicken and chips for at specific time with a time table you are unconscious of the fact that it exists in your mind and you still wish to save for future reasons like;
1. The Nike Air max or Jordans you saw on some freaking site like asos and it cost over 50dollars,
2. That swag boosting Beat by Dre Pro that costs well over 40k naira,
3. Personal Business Start-up in the case where you dream to be an entrepreneur like me though mine it basically only Bush farming, etc
Here’s my practical prescription which has worked for me and has also worked during our primary school days and I’m sure will work for you if you take my prescription wisely…Lol…. I have discovered that the best way to save money is to save it inside a highly crafted, furnished wooden box made by the best wood work engineer, carpenter I mean, you can find around you… Lol….
That way you would have your mind of the fact that you have some money somewhere that you can easily stroll few meters to get technologically get out back into your pocket. My own weird conception of saving is that money you keep somewhere that is reasonably detached from your reach for future use.
Let me leave all this unnecessary typing jare, all I’m trying to say is that that wooden box called kolo carved at different sizes considering the amount you paid can help save you a lot of time and money towards your goal of saving money for future purpose.
I guess I have philosophically and historically defended the furniture man that makes kolo for kids but won’t mind adult purchasing it for their use also.
Kolo are in different sizes and the ones I’m aware are price tagged at 100 naira and 200 naira but you can still get bigger kolo in case you want to save to buy a house at Lekki, Phase1, etc.
Note: Don’t tell anyone you plan on embarking on this type of way of saving cos you end up discovering it has been broken the exact day you wish to lunch your cash out of the box
If you buy my rather childish idea which I’m not bothered if you do or you don’t add up this BBM channel pin C0013F099 for latest news on kolo sales around the world.
From the weird mind of Unofficial (Ay😁)