A trip: Lagos-Ibadan

“The Lord Jesus can save you from this evil world. If you forsake your sinful lifestyle and accept him as Lord and savior, he will come into your heart, he will save you from the ruler of this world…”

I wonder who her Lord Jesus is and what kind of potion he gave to her, to make her boldly disturb and condemn people.

“One day this world of flesh will end, only Jesus can save you. The kind of music you are listening to, will it take you to heaven? The kind of clothe you are wearing, does God like it?”

On and on she goes, reciting the things her god does not like, her voice rising in pitch as she nears the greatest sin. My ears are itching for an eargasm when her voice returns back to normal, no peak. Disappointed, I hiss and turn my attention to other passengers.

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Climbing Olumo rock

I visited Olumo rock on a Saturday as part of a team building exercise with my teammates from TinklingD.

The day started out slow and breezy, it was weekend so the usual rush of workers going to work was conspicuously absent. We left Ibadan at 10am in the morning and by 11:30, we were already at the oke ilewo, the community that housed the giant rock.

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