What's in a name? What does one expect from a bank? What is the price I am willing to pay for my peace of mind? The First Bank of Nigeria was in fact founded in 1894 as the Bank of British West Africa, before it came to be known as the First Bank of Nigeria.… Continue reading How BRANDS DIE… The First Bank Story.
In the warm noon breeze, she sits. Cassava leaves swaying gently, Memories dancing in her vision, As her sights are set, The kaleidoscope of memories... Was it not the week before? The week before in his Sunday best, Before her he stood... Just like all the times before, She smiled, blushed and giggled. It was… Continue reading The Sunny Side Up To My Flower Child
I have always loved the big screen. TV time even as a little girl was special for me so much so that it consumed me and I would often leave my chores unattended. With time my tv preference narrowed from "everything on TV" to a few things. I like the occasional crime series, reality tv and… Continue reading Armchair Directing, from a Distance.
I like to describe myself as an adventurous romantic who isn't opposed to trying out new foods especially when they appeal to my sense of sight and smell. Finding said food tasty as well, does for me what fireworks does for a child. All my exciting food experiences go in a special section of… Continue reading Diary of an experimental foodie
Creativity and innovation are a very important part of any society that expects to grow. Design plays an integral part in our lives from the conceptual stage with the "imagining" and sketching of the product idea. Next comes the fine tuning of ideas, creating prototypes, modifying and manipulating the design and materials before the final… Continue reading Interactive/Digital Devices and Teaching Textile Design
This Dance You bow and I courtesy, My following to your leading, This dance... Our beautiful waltz. With colourful footwork, With flourished words, This dance... Our sexy tango. This poem which was written on the 19th of June 2017, describes the ebb and flow of events in every aspect of the human life and how… Continue reading A Passage In My Labyrinth 2
Oh! A Butterfly… A skill acquired would come in handy. An education gained, a key to one’s future. If I learn more, Then perhaps I can… Oh! A butterfly… Put that in a bucket. Make a list. We prepare for a feast today. No mean feat it was when we… Oh! A butterfly…… Continue reading Pieces of me 5
Of Things That Go Bump In The Night. Through the haze, That fog that is won’t to come, When called forth, just as when it will, Through the looking glass, The door as it were, Into the other side… I see her, the woman, Seated on the ground, The dirt floor as it… Continue reading Pieces of me 4
HIS LITTLE FINGER He has me in palpitations. My heart! It jumps for joy at the thought of him. At the sight of him, It becomes a puddle of warm ecstatic goo. The caress of a cool breeze... The makings of love... Forged in the most enduring of all... And when he deigns to speak...… Continue reading Pieces of me 3
THE PACT They were there... They were there at eventide. Snarls on their faces... Daggers drawn... Demanding retribution for one of their own... They were there. In my minds eye... I remember saying, My friendship you can have... My ears you may consort with; As my lips will keep your confidence. My mind you may… Continue reading Pieces of me 2