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Chronicles of The Fairy GodSister

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I can change my world, one story at a time!

The biggest thing about Web 2.0 is that lots of people who have never met and will probably never meet each other can collaborate on an idea, give it life, and reap the benefits thereof. … Read More»

Thoughts at two......

So it’s 2am, and I’m awake. Not because this was one of those nights that sleep eluded me, but because I just got off the most enchanting phone call ever. … Read More»

People are dying.......

I was catching up on articles early this morning when I saw a tribute Dr Ojia Adamolekun wrote for her elder brother who died in 2004 after a car accident. … Read More»

The 5 W’s of Nigeria’s Unemployment Rate: Solutions

Growing up, my father taught me that stating a problem over and over doesn’t turn it into a solution. Ditto for avoiding that problem or pretending it doesn’t exist. … Read More»

The Issue with Nigeria's Unemployment Rate

A young woman struggles through university, enduring a few strikes, disreputable advances from cultists, depraved lecturers and other similar low-life and manages to graduate with a second class upper … Read More»


A few days ago I saw a link to a video about some ‘retribution’ meted out to a shoplifter at Shoprite, not sure if it’s Lagos or Abuja at this time. … Read More»


Today is not a good day, not a good day at all. I’m so angry, I could hurt someone! ‘Calm down’, I can hear you say, ‘you know you’re a Fairy’. … Read More»


Yesterday, a friend put up this story on a BB group I belong to, and it sparked a discussion that spanned more than three hours. What were we discussing? … Read More»


From when I was very little, I’ve always loved talking, writing, and ‘fighting for others’, as my mother would put it. … Read More»


What’s my community? Nuclear would be Abuja, the city I lived in before resuming at Birmingham City University, and the extended is my beloved country Nigeria. … Read More»

WHY I CAME........

August 2010 I resigned my job as an assistant producer drama for the BBC World Service Trust in Abuja, Nigeria because as much as I loved the job, I wanted more. … Read More»

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