6 comments on “Diary of a Journey

  1. Jacob Sutton says:

    Very very nice sir. You surely enjoyed your holiday i must say. I have asked myself the same questions about Nigeria but cannot think of an answer to ” Nigeria “

  2. David says:

    What an interesting holiday report! I wish you a safe return journey.

    • oafak says:

      I got you! Read again; I actually wrote about the day I came back and my experience coming out the airport!

  3. Emmanel says:

    “Why cannot we survive where people, some of whom had less means or academic
    attainments thrived and created a business model that produced so many good results
    including us?” My opinion is that we lack the necessary drive to develop our country, I sometimes ask myself while reading through History what could give these great men and women such drive to brave all the obstacles put in front of them.

  4. Majemite Onosode says:

    Thanks be to God for the privilege to visit with and share with brethren and friends.
    We look beyond this earth as pilgrims to that City with foundations whose Architect and Builder is God. Heb.11:10

  5. Tolu says:

    Nine cities in nineteen days! doing what? Connecting the dots, keeping in touch, having face-to-face, eye contact with family and friends. That is what holidays are meant for, and you’ve done good justice to it. Congratulations!
    In my opinion, the very, very, downside of social media is the gradual eroding of physical see-me-I see-you, hear-me-I-hear- you contact, what we have are e-connections and e-communications. Good as social media may be, when it comes to relationships, i think e-connections should be the alternative, a 2nd best and not the first option. So Prof., keep keeping it REAL.

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