I'm learning life now and it feels like i'm back to school - Nasty C
I've been moving around lately and experiencing a lot of things; good and bad. I'm in that NYSC phase where I get to 'serve my country'. I can say i have come very close and i have seen how serious the level of corruption in Nigeria and trust me it spreads across every aspect of human existence. I am most concerned about the kids there because if someone does not go there to show them a different lifestyle and teach them to dream, they'll keep ending up as street kids even in a place where education is.
Finally, i'm using this medium to plead with corps members no to RUN away from the rural areas but instead, develop them. Selah
The moral i'm taking away from today's episode is that one should invest heavily in underwear because when the chips are down, they protect your dignity and guess what? i learnt this the hard way. Here's a narration of one of my most embarrassing days as an eligible Lagos Bachelor (sweet boy gone wrong). i would have been stripped of my sweet boy status if not for my underwear that kept my business intact. I hope you enjoy this episode. You can also join in on the conversation on twitter and instagram. THANK YOU
Lol!! Is all i could say after listening to this episode of the podcast extra. In this episode i confessed some of the major things i did growing up. This is one conversation I'd love to have with you all. After listening to this episode go on twitter and comment the most mischievous stunt you pulled as a kid!! Let's laugh together😊
What's good my people!! A lot has been happening in my life and as usual I have come to share. I have been scammed and cheated way too many times in this Nigeria me sef I'm even tired. It's time for Nigerians to embrace the virtue of honesty!! Listen and laugh 😊
The Odili.co EXTRA is a series where I just talk about personal stuff and give my opinion(s) on certain issues. This is also from THE ODILI,CO team but focuses more on personal stuff. I hope you I somehow get to inspire you with the crazy things that go on in my life. ENJOY
This first episode, i talk about my experiences in Covenant University and how insane some people are.
I'm sure you all have been wondering how I got home after spending my T-fare on Bread and Akara....... a good Samaritan came to my aid thank God. Since then,I've been in one funny situation or the other. I sent my Boss a DM on Instagram (I don't care digital age, live with it!!). Moving on this Episode promises to be interesting as DJ Psy talks about music and how every young person wants to do music. He also goes ahead to advise youths interested in music on how to succeed; know your sound!!! Enjoy this Episode.
Highlights of today’s podcast: I spent my tare on bread and akara,I missed a test in school because I ate beans (ewa goin), Most of the cool kids back then in my secondary school or university are nowhere to be found, Responsibility is over rated but let’s still attempt to make the best of whatever situation we find ourselves, Go and grow at your own pace nobody Is rushing you. Thank you and I hope you take something from all the rubbish I said. Love you all.
Hey there, I know many of us can relate to most of the things said in this episode. Our parents can sometimes do oversabi in this parenting job. This is a gentle reminder (from Deji Balogun and myself) to let them allow their children/wards experience stuff in life and not just shield them from experiences that will build them. This would eventually lead to an increase in resilient, proactive and independent future leaders.