4 Minute read Food is much bigger than what is on your plate UN Deputy Secretary-General This year’s International Youth Day theme highlights the importance and need for youth participation in achieving safe and sustainable food system. The main goal of Transforming Food System seeks at balancing health and economic policies, promoting healthy diets andContinue reading “THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN TRANSFORMING FOOD SYSTEMS IN NIGERIA”


There are sounds we hear!From distant lands in cold nightsin daylights and in our motherlandof cracks, bullets and raging rafflesof trembling feet consumed by the fearyet daring to draw their swordswhile we cross our arms in comfort There are stories of men!whose bravery knows no boundwho dared death with cloned armorswho did not die butContinue reading ““I KNOW THE STORY!””

What Your Mirror Doesn’t Tell You!

“It is an absolute human certainty that no one can know his own beauty or perceive a sense of his own worth until it has been reflected back to him in the mirror of another loving, caring human being.” ― John Joseph Powell The urge to stand across the mirror, to gaze at our reflection isContinue reading “What Your Mirror Doesn’t Tell You!”

The Implication of a Public Proposal

GUEST POST Actually, I feel public proposal is a public manipulation strategy most a times by the guy: He orders the setting perfectly, sets up the lady against the camera, by and large the world, then leaves her to make a life changing decision within split seconds with people screaming and cheering on her toContinue reading “The Implication of a Public Proposal”

Lies We Tell Ourselves

You can fool yourself, you know. You’d think it’s impossible, but it turns out it’s the easiest thing of all. If you lie to yourself, you’re being delusional. If you cannot accept the truth and think to yourself otherwise, you’re in self-denial. Now look, if you repeat a lie you said to yourself to someoneContinue reading “Lies We Tell Ourselves”