Monday, 28 September 2015
Thursday, 24 September 2015
Wednesday, 23 September 2015
It’s mid-week already and I am dancing because I can’t wait for the holidays. I have taken time to search out all the contacts of my Muslim friends, because I need to visit them this holiday; after all, what are friends for? At least lemme wish them a happy Salah and see what comes out of it.
Some of my Muslim friends have been beefing me. They say when it is Christmas, they don’t get to see (eat) my chicken and now Salah is at the corner, I am disturbing them for ram or cow meat, as the case may be. I just want to use this medium to ask for their pardon… eeem, you know chicken is small compared to the size of ram or cow, so by the time we say jack, the chicken is finished (I can even finish a single chicken if I am in the mood) but the ram can’t just finish like that naa… You know naa… So no stories ooo!
Friday, 18 September 2015
Friends, how has it been? The weekend is here again, I hope you spent your week meaningfully. I don’t understand why I did this post, but I did it anyways. Just today, as nearly every other day I step out on the streets of Lagos, I find one person or more somewhat compelling me to collect a piece of printed paper. These handbills contain all sorts of information especially adverts from religious bodies, health groups, stores, so called jobs employers etc.
Tuesday, 15 September 2015
Yaay! Hello friends… How has your week been? Mine has been good so far and I am convinced that by the end of the week, I will be smiling even more over a week well spent. That should be your story too.
Alright… Did any of you have issue with your mobile network provider within the past two weeks?
Saturday, 12 September 2015
If there is a game I love so much and I wish I played as a kid, it is tennis… guess by now I would be fulfilling my wish of being a tennis player, slugging it out on the court with the likes of Roger Federer and Andy Murray. I actually dreamt once that I met up with him (Federer, I mean) after a game he played in the US Opens, I can’t remember when or how I got there, and I had a selfie with him…lol. I only discovered latter that it was one of those my symptoms of malaria I used to have.
Thursday, 10 September 2015
When we hear of disasters happening especially natural disasters, it is easy for us to think of the end of time. Only today, I saw a news on a flood disaster somewhere in eastern Japan. I watched the video on CNN’s site and the whole scene struck me, so much so that I began to wonder if such happens in our country (God forbid!), what will happen… what will be our reaction – not just as individuals, but as a people? What will be the response of our government?
|Heavy flood disaster in Japan (Photo : CNN)|
Sunday, 6 September 2015
Happy Sunday friends… To the Christians, hope you all went to church. To everyone, hope you are enjoying your day. I am enjoying mine and I am thankful to God for that. Going through my favourite blogs in the past week, I have come to appreciate, even more, the importance of being thankful to God always. We all go through all sorts of things every day and no matter how big or small, how merry or gory, and we are still here… We need to be thankful and so, full-of-thanks to God.
Friday, 4 September 2015
Guys, the next time you want to do a transaction in fidelity bank, don't be surprised if you see something different, from their colour, brand logo and service experience. Fidelity has rebranded.
When a company chooses to rebrand, it obviously ready for a change - a positive change. In case you don’t know, the spot light on rebranding is currently on the Fidelity Bank Plc brand, with a premium to “Keep their words” as has been a driving force in their quest for sustained excellence and improved service delivery to their customers as far as the banking industry in Nigeria is concerned.
For a while now we have known this financial institution with the colour green and logo bellow, but now there is something new.
|The Old Fidelity Logo|
The New Fidelity
The bank has seen the need to step up their game in every financial service they render just for the sake of their customers satisfaction …and so, as a customer, I expect an exceptional service experience both through direct contact with the bank or through the banks e-channels; ATM, Internet banking, Mobile banking etc. I also expect a great customer service experience in and out the banking hall and especially on every social media platform that is invoke.
The confidence lies not just in the fact that the bank says; We are Fidelity – we keep our word, and that their vision is to be No. 1 in every market they serve and in ever service they offer, but more in the growth which has been observed in the bank since it’s inception and in the quality of her management over time and staff.
With this new identity comes a whole lot of new expectations and I am sure you will deliver… you will keep your words.
Congratulations to the management and staff of Fidelity Bank Plc.
Fidelity; my Bank.
Thursday, 3 September 2015
On my way to work yesterday, I had this experience that reminded me that no one is really safe as long as that person really exist. I was going to be a minute or so late to work if the keke I entered had not left the bustop on time. As if the keke man knew I was going late, he drove as though he wanted me to meetup on time. I couldn’t complain o; I guess the keke man was doing me a favour. And so, with the speed and all the potholes everywhere, it was a very bumpy ride, one that had me hit my head on the frame of the keke severally, still I couldn’t complain – the keke man was doing me a favour.