We read too dammit. I'm not going to cry marginalization before I read the Amazon policy (and I'm never going to read it anyway so that point is moot). It hurts too. Especially when it's not even free. We pay just fine. I guess I should just pay the Scribd subscription. I wonder if some... Continue Reading →
I'm really very disappointed when people use the recent WAEC results to rate the standard of education in Nigeria. Everybody and their grandmothers know that the standard of education is on steady decline. Why even dispute that when a graduate cannot write an application without Googling it and substituting details where necessary? I don't even... Continue Reading →
I nearly throttled my sister this morning. I'm glad I didn't.
Update on the Nigerian situation