Why do people really become successful?
Ajibade could recollect when he was departing home to his new boarding school. His mother hugged him and held him all the while, sobbing. His father just stood back and watched the emotional scene unravel. His first son and child was now going into a secondary School far away from home.
The advice was pressed into Ajibade’s head “Koju si iwe e, ki o ba le ri ise daada. Ki iwon ba le di eyan daada. Ma ko egbe kegbe o.” (Face your study squarely so you get good grades and a good job. Do not keep bad company, my son)
The thing about shortcuts.
This morning on my way down to the CMM Academy, our Keke Marwa (Motor- Tricycle) had to come to a halt- by a traffic light. Yeah you heard right. By a traffic light with no officer in sight. One of the fellow passengers asked the driver, why he had stopped. “Oga move, there is no officer there.”I couldn’t just seat in silence.
10 things with Xstrata Consulting Agency
After several back and forth, your preferred destination for all things Digital design and current/ actual state of things within the industry, went about town to catch with one of the players in the Advertising World. We were able to arrange a date and schedule to speak with representatives of the Agency in the person of Mr. Wale Olabiyi, (CEO, Exstrata Consulting) and Mr. Dennis Onifade (Head, Copy/Strategy) to shed more light on several issues we sought answers to. Read more
10 things to know about the Creative Design Career in Nigeria
Hmmmm.. Nigeria.. The name that sends shivers down the spine of any Dele and Giwa who has managed to “escape” the country, but still toggles at his heart for a re-union. It’s a love-hate relationship he experiences. He longs to go back home, but remembers that his land is only for the fittest or the one who can endure through the struggle in the pursuit for happiness. Struggling and smiling, or was it suffering and smiling?
All is not doom and gloom though in Nigeria, even though the recession has seen businesses hit, and companies cutting down on expenses or going bankrupt, one particular industry continues to thrive. Enter, the Nigerian Advertising Industry! Read more