So this past weekend, I went to Lagos for my cousin’s wedding. So in a series of posts starting from this one, I will be chronicling my sojourn there, including the good, the funny, the bad and the downright hilarious, loooool. Read More »
So I have spent the better part of November in Lagos: The City of Excellence. Where did all the time go? When did I start my leave that’s it’s almost over? I wish I could start this leave all over again, lol. But that’s exactly how I feel.
This is the day 3 of my Lagos Leave series, you can find day 1 HERE and Day 2 HERE. This day 4 gist eh is somewhat painful to me; it was a very challenging day. That day was a Sunday, I had initially planned to go to Daystar but seeing that where I was coming from was very far, I changed my mind and followed my Uncle and his family to his church.
Hello everyone so this is day 2 of my Lagos leave series. Today’s gist is even sweeter than yesterday’s, as I learnt some new things about Lagos. Day 2 was a Saturday and my itinerary for the day was to attend a family wedding. I was coming from Satellite town otherwise known as Navy Town (I had no idea how far that place was). Omo Navy town is far, it’s like a journey within a state. The wedding was to take place at Oregun, ikeja.
Hello everyone I’m sorry I haven’t posted anything on the blog for some days now, honestly when I started this blog; I wasn’t the one not to post anything for a whole day; something at least an article on the blog. I am really so sorry everyone.
This is the concluding part of my recent adventure to Lagos, you can read the previous part HERE and HERE.
After the service I and my girlfriends (you know yourselves) all planned to meet at ICM (I could talk about this for ages). I and my girls had the best fun; honestly I didn’t want to leave. We saw Bovi’s movie (it’s her day), and mine oh mine, it was all shades of hilarious. Read More »
This is a continuation of my adventure to Lagos, you can view it HERE. While we were at the Airport, people kept telling me that I should just sleep at the airport, I said no; I must get to my destination tonight. I forgot to mention that while at the Abuja Airport, there were several people who were also on the same flight with me; they were gisting and making fun that the flight would be cancelled. They were already making plans to return into Abuja town to spend the night. As they were saying the flight would be cancelled, I kept getting afraid; it was then I learnt the power of words.