Wednesday, May 23, 2018
We explained and discussed, hopefully in details, “Business” in our maiden edition. I, however, discovered that the big question on the lips of many is “I need a business idea” and this goes to inform me that there is...
Hey there! Welcome to the reboot of THA’ OTHER HALF. After running the blog for a few months, we decided to go on a hiatus to recharge our batteries, plan properly for the next level, recruit staff, redesign our UI and...
For many weeks, perhaps months, a question has been on my mind: Why do businesses not outlive their founders in Nigeria? Interestingly, it so turned out that I was not the only one pondering about the issue, as today my...
Kasumu explained in Yoruba to the woman that the name of the person whose family they sought was Tyler, but he was certain that wasn’t the name he was known with back home. He produced the picture and the...
The Temporary Locks This style is like an ‘aftermath' of the two-strand twist…and I love it! For those who admire dreadlocks but do not want anything permanent because they still love to rock other hairstyles, this is a great alternative to...
The moment my head hit the pillow, tears start rolling down my face. A flashback of my reaction was all it took to make me regret everything I said to my mother. I know I hurt her, there is...
Kogberegbe approached his car, a frown on his face. Kasumu looked sober as he apologized, “I’m really sorry about earlier.” “No, you are not!” Kogberegbe spat at him, “Because if you are truly sorry, you will take corrections as I...
Have you met Bukki? Well, I have, and I hope today, with this mini expo, you will, too…at least to an extent! The title of this article was supposed to be “Bukki Gbenro in a phrase” but like one of my...
Episode 9   “When do I get discharged?” Sylvia asked the nurse. “Doc hasn’t inputted that in your chart, ma’am. I’m sure when he makes the rounds he will give you the information.” The nurse responded, giving her best shot at diplomacy. “Is...
Here I am dressed in black, standing beside the person that means the world to me at the moment. My mother. I look around at the people present, crying like it is their father that died. Well he was...