As the month of MAY draws to a close, this POST marks the end of the series “STORIES IN PIDGIN”. Although not much, it was a “worthy” and “brain-stimulating” digression. Thank you readers for all the support. Continue to be inspired.
O boy! Welcome to this phase..e no easy. E be like say na yesterday we just dream am for our bed, and today e don come true.
Like one oyinbo man talk “the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” (Lao Tzu)
Like play, like play, you don reach the top…by faith and prayer, perseverance and hard-work…you make am. True, true na God win!
Bros! your sleepless nights no be in vain, the days of “soak-and-travel” Garri are over!
Your time to shine don reach, no be yanga. Success na like the sun, you no fit hide am.
All the “hustle and bustle” to finish this struggle no be wasa, I tell you.
Na only you sabi how many miles you waka come here, so person wey wan vex, all the best!
That Certificate, New Job, New House or Marriage na God’s blessing, cos only BABA get the final say…so use am jejely for him glory.
No hide am, no fake am, no trim am, let your SUCCESS motivate others to succeed.
Ready? 5…..4….3…2..and 1!
Oya, go and embrace the PAPARRAZI.
Thank God you made it!
“Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men.” (Proverbs 22:29)
Thank you for reading!
E no easy/No be Wasa: It’s not easy
Like play, like play: Gradually (Step by Step)
Soak and Travel: To allow cereal to soak-in water before eating
Garri: Cassava Flour
WAKA: To walk
VEX: Get Annoyed