When life throws you lemons…

There are two kinds of people in the world. There are those who live, constantly aspiring for growth, change, wealth and ultimately perfection. Then...

“Who moved my Cheese? An amazing way to deal with change...

Who moved my Cheese is one book that completely explains the concept of change in the most simplified terms possible. The paperback version of...

Who taught you to hate yourself?

“Who taught you to hate the colour of your skin? Who taught you to hate the texture of your hair? Who taught you to...

The Mafia Manager: A guide to the Corporate Machiavelli by V.

The Mafia Manager is one of those slightly dangerous books you can only love to love. It is packed with so many ruthless mafia...

Egbeda… “I had to drive bus in Lagos to survive”: Exclusive...

‘Empowerment’ is one of those terms I believe has been somewhat misinterpreted. When we hear about empowerment, we tend to pair it with social...

Of Time and Age: The Emancipation of the African Child

A few weeks back, while I was going about my usual weekend shopping for foodstuffs, I met this eloquent little girl of about twelve...

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Of all the books on financial independence and wealth accumulation, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" is probably one of the most popular. Asides being a...

The 6 “Baddest” laws of Power: The 48 laws of Power...

The 48 laws of power, to me, is one of the greatest books…of all time. Robert Greene covers every aspect required for those who...

Why Nigerian Authors do not make money from Books

Here is a repost of the article I wrote for Kunle Kasumu of Channels Book Club for those who have not already seen it. The...

Lonely Roads by William Ifeanyi Moore

Lonely roads is a book by the Nigerian Pharmacist and writer William Ifeanyi Moore, that vividly describes the reality of slavery, ethnicity, gender inequality,...