Lekki British School Saga: What would you have done?
Jun30

Lekki British School Saga: What would you have done?

LEKKI BRITISH SCHOOL POISONING ATTEMPT HAS GOT NEARLY EVERYONE JUDGING AND CURSING! A few weeks ago, I shared the sad true life tale of a 3 year old boy found hanged and dead in his school’s toilet. Nobody could tell how this happened. Quickly as with most news, this sad occurrence was quickly forgotten, schools didn’t learn from it – after all it didn’t happen in their school and God forbid, it can never...

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The Most ignored aspect of Distracted Driving
Jan10

The Most ignored aspect of Distracted Driving

Oh no! Not another article on distracted driving! Oh yes! It is an article on distracted driving but with a twist. I am not going to bore you with how people text and talk on their phones while driving or how they eat, smoke and all them stuff we see all over the internet. Today I talk about 2 disturbing trends I have noticed recently. 1. Live streaming while driving 2. Unbelted children (unbelted because I can’t seem to find a...

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Collapsed Buildings: Managing Contractors
Dec13

Collapsed Buildings: Managing Contractors

This guest post was written by a friend Dayo Olumodeji. I had planned to write on this particular collapsed building but he tagged me in his LinkedIn update and mehn, I was blown away just reading it. He did too much justice to the topic, I just had to ask to republish it on my site here. So happy reading. In the wake of the recent church building collapse on Saturday 10th December, 2016 which took away the lives of innocent...

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The annoying things about Safety
Sep20

The annoying things about Safety

The annoying things about Safety? Ike! Should you really be saying that? Safety isn’t supposed to be perfect. Recently, I have discovered that Safety can be pretty annoying especially when you know in your heart of hearts that you failed in some aspects. Oh my! See them daggers! Let me explain – starting with me, then ending with you. 1. Prof practice what you preach. A few weeks ago, I had to update our Health and Safety...

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How I conduct Policy Analysis
Aug30

How I conduct Policy Analysis

Recently, I got asked by a client to review their Health and Safety policy and if possible update. I can never forget the shock I felt when I downloaded the policy. It was an unprofessional mess by an obviously incompetent person. It was just a few lines of crap (10 or less) and failed miserably to answer questions I would usually ask (in my mind) and answer when preparing a policy. Basically, a policy is a series of decisions and...

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Cerebral Palsy – One doctor’s irreversible mistake. A True Story
May27

Cerebral Palsy – One doctor’s irreversible mistake. A True Story

Cerebral Palsy – A doctor’s irreversible mistake. A true story. Why today though? Because it’s Children’s day and I just feel the need to share this piece as some children out there living with one disability or another probably shouldn’t be left out. Today is for all disabled children especially those who are struggling to be loved and accepted. Linda was born about 6 months ago in a private Hospital...

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