It is very unfortunate that this is what life has been reduced to in our society, one of entitlements. People walk around with a bold statement on their foreheads: “Watchout! You owe me something”.
I arrived Lagos like an Israelite carrying the half baked dough into a determined exodus. I had absolutely no idea what to expect, particularly how I will react to the weather, coming from extreme conditions like we witnessed this year in the Northeast US.
However, I have rarely seen people who commit their ways to God making mistakes. Tosin's testimony below is a worthy encouragement in this regard and I can relate to this having walked that road severally. You should read below, in his own word's, how he landed his current position.
Would you kindly for a moment glance through the pictures shown below. While doing this think about what kind of facility this is. After that please read through the note below the pictures. I will make it short enough and directly buttress my point to allow more discussions on the matter. I am carefully reminded… Continue reading THE VALUE OF PEOPLE IN NIGERIA