My travels & experiences

My Missionary Chronicles: Ogoja Refugee Settlements

My Missionary Chronicles: Ogoja Refugee Settlements

In 2019, I accidentally got to meet a few Cameroonian refugees on transit, fleeing their country in search of safety. This has become a journey of more than one year now. Let me give you a speed ride of this journey.

Solved: I cannot access the internet using my mobile data

Solved: I cannot access the internet using my mobile data

I use a Gionee android device and for about three weeks I could not access the internet using my mobile data. It either tells me “No Internet” or “Your Internet Access has been Blocked” meanwhile I have no firewall or anything network restricting app. Surprisingly, when I share the data to my laptop via a…

Survival Crunch Vs Faith Ideals: The Toll Collector at Port Harcourt Airport

Survival Crunch Vs Faith Ideals: The Toll Collector at Port Harcourt Airport

I sat behind the taxi as the driver raced from the city of Port Harcourt heading for the airport. I wasn’t even sure I was going to catch my flight to Lagos that afternoon. I had just finished teaching one of the final sessions at a 3 day Leadership conference in Port Harcourt and had…

The magic of Twenty Naira and an elderly Nigerian “boli” seller 

The magic of Twenty Naira and an elderly Nigerian “boli” seller 

​I love it whenever I do this.  I stopped to buy boli (roasted plantain) on the streets of Lagos. You can’t beat the experience of hot fresh boli on a rainy evening. I pointed at the boli of my choice and the elderly woman selling it muttered that it’s N80 (Eighty Naira). She was naturally…

My Journeys in Chad

When I started my trip into Chad about a year ago, I had no idea where it was headed or what to expect. I was just following my heart and following God. Today, its becoming one of the most significant cross-roads of my life as its gradually re-forming everything I knew and everything I do….

Get The Right Information

Last week, I was supposed to connect a flight from Douala in Cameroon to Ndjamena in Chad, but while waiting at the Douala airport for the check-in to begin, one of those guys who hang around airports trying to make a living and who earlier had tried with no success to get me to buy…

An Ordinary Saturday Morning

Saturday morning comes with a feeling of “oh, its weekend again”. I woke up at 5:15am as every other day, except that this day, I didn’t turn off the alarm for another quick 45 minutes sleep before my second alarm bangs again at 6:00am. I woke up in a good mood and in high spirits,…