Showing posts from March, 2018

7 interesting Facts About French Language

Hey guys, this post was supposed to be for yesterday but I couldn't do that because I was ill and I'm sorry about that. Yesterday was French Language Day and in case you don't know, I'm a French graduate from the University of Uyo.

So let me tell you a bit about myself, studying French was initiated by my dad and I agreed. Even when I changed my mind my parents almost crucified me. That wasn't really my passion but I'm still grateful and if given another opportunity, I'll do it again. I also met different people from other schools while I did my Language Immersion Program (LIP) at the CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DE RECHERCHE ET D'ETUDE DE LANGUES (CIREL) at VILLAGE DU BENIN, Lomé, Togo.

So here are some interesting facts about French Language.

1. French language is spoken in all the continents of the world and it is taught in every country.

2. French language has influenced English language with words like déjà vu, voilà, coup d'état, etc.

3. French is a…

Movie Review: Black Panther

Hey guys,

It's another day for a movie review and this time it is the rave of the moment, Black Panther.
Now, I hear some peeps complain of how the producer of the movie is white and how they are only using our sentiments to cash in. C'mon, for once let's keep sentiments aside and appreciate this great work. We Blacks had always wanted something like this and now we have it.
So here goes the review.

First of all, I absolutely loved Black Panther. The graphics were amazing. The technology in the movie is mind blowing and way ahead of the entire world. I like that it showed what Africa would have probably been without the Colonizers and foreigners coming to corrupt our minds. It showed how Africa would have been if its wealth and brain power hadn't been tapped and drained by the Colonizers.

Secondly, I like that the women in Black Panther weren't made to look weak and helpless. They weren't made to bow to the men or seek approval for their existence. The entire A…

Celebrating Women

"Achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls is the unfinished business of our time, and the greatest human rights challenge in our world."
— UN Secretary-General, António Guterres

The International Women's Day is a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate women in all spheres of life.

This year's theme is #PressForProgress but the UN has a separate theme which is "Time is Now : Rural and urban activists transforming women's lives".
It is important for us to remember this day.

Since time immemorial, real women have been known to transform lives. In this part of the world where I come from, women with husbands singlehandedly raise their kids even when the father's are financially capable of doing that. But instead they go lavish their money elsewhere. These women are worth celebrating.

A woman bears the burden of a family and caters for the education of the children and when they become successful, the fathers spring forth from…

Job Alert

Image by Stuart Miles

Finding a job in Nigeria can be a daunting task coupled with the fact that as a person you have wants and needs.
This post is dedicated to those diligent job seekers in Nigeria.
I thought to myself to think of ways I could possibly help so I decided to come up with this.
This can be a ray of hope to someone, especially those that need a job in the banking sector.

You should try to contact the human resources department of the following banks that I'll list here and see if something good can come out of it. Most importantly, you should pray and have faith. Your CV should be up-to-date.

Here is a link to Fidelity bank. There's currently one vacancy for Digital Lab Trainees. This is for those I.T guys.

For FCMB, you can contact or apply for a role by sending an e-mail to the HR. Here is their link.

For Keystone bank, here is a link to find out about open positions.

You can use this link for Skye bank and apply.

Click here to find out and apply for jobs in Uni…