No matter how great the writer might seem, nothing irritates readers more than a book mixed with giant monsters, red-eyed devils, in form of avoidable grammatical errors.
Reading builds confidence because the more you read, the more you know. And the more you know, the more you dish out value to the world.
Reading can have a positive effect on your mind. It opens your mind and consciousness to the different possibilities that exist in this realm.
As usual, I shared a short piece on Facebook, and a friend remarked that I wrote like Khalil Gibran. In his words, “Sincerely, I love reading from you. You write like Khalil Gibran.”
Nigeria has a stiff culture that proclaims people who are advanced in opinion and have refused to have the herd mentally as dissidents, the black sheep, meant to be left alone, and ill-fated, never to be believed or understood.
There's a common ideology among many African youths about leadership, this has made popular ‘children are the leaders of tomorrow song’ echo in our minds- this is fallacious and inaccurate