A Doctor’s Memoir; the Nigerian story

It was so bad one Professor told us that doctors are known for only two things that cannot change. Reading big medical books and sex.

Love Yourself First

LOVE YOURSELF FIRST Listen to its voice. Listen to its yearnings  Answer its questions. Don't ignore its cry Give it the care it deserves. Water it Don't ignore its quiet whisper amidst much social noise Don't neglect yourself. Don't forget yourself  Don't punish yourself. Don't exclude yourself Don't disqualify yourself. Don't deny yourself Don't deceive …

This Present Hustle

...Poor people were marched upon like pawns. The middle class, bleeding more money like wounded knights, became more irritable. The rich business and political kings and society queens became vulnerable. Our bishops and priests preached more comforting and morale boosting messages in the face of dwindling tithes and offering...

MMM, Nigerians and the Wailers

I heard even bankers and managers were "caught" doing it. I heard many professionals were doing it, alongside vulcanizers, agbero, danfo driver, Iya Risikat alata (pepper seller) and Baba Wale eleran (meat-seller). It was the new Baba Ijebu. I heard some people quit their dissatisfying and enslaving jobs to have time to “focus” on MMM