The Hallelujah Challenge (like the Tongue challenge) started “innocently” and before mid June, had become a revolution that even its Convener (Nathaniel Bassey) did not envisage. Many hearts were drawn to heartfelt worship of God. But none of it was a surprise to me really. I’d seen his service and heart for God over 12 years ago when I attended at The City of David and UNILAG back in the day. I was privileged to catch up with him at our Song 23 Studios just after he recorded his vocals for the Olowogbogboro Anthem. Enjoy.
I recently came back to frequent reading in the past year after about a decade. Don’t judge me, I would read a book every quarter or read a book halfway every month so I wasn’t totally bad.
The Delphinator is back with her take on the inspiring movie “Hidden Figures”. Find out more about the Dephinator and her channel…you should follow her t find out what’s good on TV and in the cinemas!
The weekend was short, what did you expect? I had ample cash on me for the first time in a very long time, and I didn’t have a worry in the world, so yes, the universe would indeed conspire to make the weekend short, so as to quickly ruin my short-lived moment in the sun. I, however, refused to let anything ruin my good time, because I ate like a pig, and drank like a fish, and oh, I also slept like a baby.
Monday came, and I was at Gbenga’s office before 8am, and I must say I was fired up, ready to take my destiny in my own hands, ready to make the best use of this opportunity that was about to be presented to me on a platter of gold.
“Don’t call us; we’ll call you…”
I had become so accustomed to that particular line, I could actually tell when they were about to say it, and as always with those statements, I would pick up the folder containing my resume and other documents, give a surface smile, and leave.