All my adult life, I have tried to find an alternative pathway to reality within the confines of my faith and the laws of the land.

One of the strongest handcuffs hindering people from living their lives to the fullest is the fear of doing things in formats that are not usual.

I must not conform to societal expectations, though usual, when I have an unusual way within the law and my faith to achieve the same objectives.

I sold garri on Thursday at N1000 for custard bucket measure.

Remember, I sold plantain suckers last week, and I got orders for another 100 suckers this morning from the same client, who is a graduate.

Let’s burst this ‘big boy’ or ‘big girl’ mentality of the average Nigerian graduate. Let’s humble ourselves and take over products, businesses, and services that illiterates are not doing well, add value and class and build new businesses.

There is no gain in posing as a big boy with your hands in your empty pockets.

I like to legitimately earn my money; outside that, I can’t be a good model or mentor.

If normal normality will make me stagnant, I prefer abnormal normality and progress.

Let’s demystify life, make it simple, enjoy it, and make progress.

I still dey kamkpe!

God Bless You.

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