The Microphone

“I don’t know, I just don’t know, Tunde would never be perceived by me to be a murderer, I’m not sure I could ever believe it”
“I’ve always said that the term wolf in sheep’s clothing isn’t to be taken lightly, that bastard has murdered 3 people, and still tries to deceive us. Hang him!”

Mr Tunde Barbing, 57, a American/Nigerian citizen, is a graduate of the University of Essex, and obtained an LLM from the University of Cambridge. He is the son of Bishop Michael Barbing of the HolyLife Church. He currently sits on the board of 8 companies including the football team Akoka F.C and Highrise Cement Plc. His law firm Barbing Partners has been frequently acknowledged on the IFLR1000 rating of law firms for over 10 years, with a specialization in commercial law and oil and gas, power and energy law. He is well-known and loved…

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For Prospective MIC MEN at the MM70

The Microphone

So, there’s been all this talk about MM70 and why and how it’s going to live up to the audacious acclaim and status it already seems to have garnered even before its maiden edition is under way.
Well, every detail of the MM70 stands on its own as novel and frighteningly ingenious (are we even allowed to say all these ourselves? I’m beginning to hear Tony Stark’s voice in my head).

There’s one teensy weensy, tiny, tinini, detail that all contestants in a public speaking competition definitely need …. A TOPIC!

Well, Jones & Tobolos, being who they are… that is, of course, Jones & Tobolos! ….. Have failed to come up with topics for the competition! And in there dire laziness and profound love for all things laissez faire have generally left it to the Contestants to come up with their own topics!


Well, what…

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Create Your Reality.

IMG_20160515_072503I think the worst thing in life is to live without ever doing that thing you’ve always wanted to do, without taking that risk, without using that amazing talent you have.


I’ve seen people/had friends who once told me about great things they could do i.e sing, write, sketch etc, but they wouldn’t let their talent show because they’re shy -_-, or because they thought they weren’t good enough.

You should not think your special ability isn’t something worth being proud of, or that people will not ‘get’ it, because in the end, it is you who matters. No one is responsible for your happiness, and you cannot build your self-worth on what people say, or do.


When I first started photography, almost no one appreciated it. It was funny really, because sometimes people stopped to stare at this girl taking pictures of trees, or the sunset, or the streets. Sometimes, people even hissed, or snickered. “What do you think you’re doing?” someone asked once.IMG_20160427_174513

But that never dettered me. Even fo the fact that when I first started, it wasn’t ‘up-to-standard’, it didn’t have that thing i needed to see, it didn’t bother me.



Because that’s part of what should actually push you to up your game, to do more, to take your abilities to the level you want them to be.‎

Create your reality. Create the life you want to experience.‎

IMG_20160521_091453You’re allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress simultaneously. ‎