“Oga John” tells an Effulgent Cinematic Story Dealing with Mental Health. 

  Oga John is a short tense film drawn from our present-day encounter narrating the subject matter of “mental health” and colliding two worlds apart. It explores the use of  cinematic storytelling, which is rarely employed in Nollywood movies.

Vintage Phenomena: The Fad Fashion Style as a Reference from the Past to the ‘now’.

“The strangeness of past is something we can’t escape from, so we might as well embrace and learn from it.” I’m obsessed with the old-fashioned way of doing things. Then, the culture and style was awfully awesome.   Once, I told my mom that I wished we were still in the era  when we wrote eachContinue reading “Vintage Phenomena: The Fad Fashion Style as a Reference from the Past to the ‘now’.”

Introversion: How not being Socially Modish is Ridiculed as Uncool.

Between being outgoing and loquacious, or introverted and reticent, I’m mostly the latter.  My childhood ripped me open to a world of books than people. I was tad awkward around people especially girls. But my social skills while relating to boys weren’t so bad neither was it that good.

LionHeart didn’t reach its Potential.

​ One of things I clearly love in the movie “Lion Heart” is the way Genevieve Nnaji carries herself – the calm and grace.  But the movie didn’t reach its potential – I have expected the story to have some depth – for a movie bought by Neflix and with the ‘hype’ surrounding it too.

 Lagos: The City Of Chaoticness and Rare Wonder

Lagos: in the mornings, everyone wakes before the sun rises.  Between 4am and 8am is rush hour.  When there are long lines of cars and trucks and buses on the streets and highways.  Often as kids, we would hear about “the Lagos” on radio and TV shows, read about it in magazines and newspapers, andContinue reading ” Lagos: The City Of Chaoticness and Rare Wonder”