Photowalk in Badagry: Chief Mobee Royal Family Original Slave Relic Museum

This post has been long overdue, since March actually.
Too many unfinished posts sitting in my draft, someday I will post them all.

Below are pictures from the visit a Slave Relic Musuem in Badagry.

Camera: Nikon D3100
Lens: 18-55mm


things i wanted to tell you in other words.

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On Sunday, September 6, I attended the book launch/reading of web and applications developer now author,  Seye Kuyinu.

The plan was to attend this event with my former colleagues turned friends
Actually the plan was to have buffet and attend the book reading in Bogobiri, all of a sudden everyone had one thing or the other to do.
That is how I ended up going solo.

My plans are getting cancelled left, right and center. I have decided solo is the way to go.
Nowadays I mentally prepare myself to hear excuses from people once the event date is near.

Back to the matter, this is my first visit to Bogobiri and I must say I love the interior. I intend to visit again and actually taste the food which I have heard so much about.

It was an evening of good music, reading and catching up with Dayor.
Currently reading the book and I shall give my review soon.

This young lady right here is good.

Camera: Nikon D3100 and HTC 526G
Lens: 50mm


The Original Jero

It's been a year since this rare individual left this world.

It's a year and everyone still misses him.
Everyone still has memories of him which we never want to let go of or forget about.

Kunle Olaifa is not a man to be forgotten.
He was a good man, a professional, a mentor, an inspirational leader and a friend of many.

Words cannot describe how wonderful this man was when he was alive. You only need to have met him at least once to understand why a lot of people are still sad by the loss of this great man.

Over the last week, I have read different people share their experience with this man, everyone had a great story to tell and remind us what a rare gem we have lost.

This is a post by one of his best friends ,We even lost Superman – Tribute to ‘Kunle Olaifa 1980 – 2014 and  A tribute video The House Of The King That Got Burnt….

On the anniversary of his death, August 19, 2015, a Mini career fair was organized to honor his memory by Career Solutions Africa.

Camera: Nikon D3100
Lens: 50MM
Wishing you all a beautiful month of September.