What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 4

What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 4
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Back then, we didn’t have Whatsapp, it was BBM. I sent him a message, it delivered but he didn’t receive it. The next day was a Saturday and I was supposed to see him as usual, so I called him; he said he won’t be at home, that he will be attending a burial with his brother’s ex and then in the evening he would be going for choir practice. So I backed my bag for my journey back to Lagos; the plan was to go to his house and leave for the airport the next morning but since he didn’t want to see me, I had to leave from my girlfriends place.

What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 3

What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 3
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That was the beginning of our relationship. Dating your best friend is the best feeling in the world and one can only hope it last cause if it doesn’t, you lose your friend forever and for me that’s the worst thing. Port-Harcourt was like a strange land to me; didn’t have relations there, just friends from school (mostly guys) and NYSC days. But this guy was like my friend and family; my weekends were spent at his house and week days at work. We dated for three months but it felt like the longest relationship…in a good way.

What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 2

What I'm I Doing With My Life? Part 2
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It was a Sunday and this friend (who later turned out to be my ex) called me up and he said;”hi, how are you doing? I’m in port-Harcourt, where are you?” And I mentioned where I was and he asked if I could meet him at a bus stop – which is half way from where I’m staying and to his house. This was around 8pm and I got to him in thirty minutes. We hugged, he looked excited, and we boarded a cab going towards his direction.

Introducing Life And Dating Naija

Introducing Life And Dating Naija


Hello friends!

This blog is about life and dating in Nigeria "naija" (because I’m a Nigerian and I live in Nigeria, Duh!lol). It will cover the life of Nigerians; family, work, dating, relationships and more… Basically, the challenges of life and how we deal with it.

This blog will be sharing past, present and future stories. I opened it because I feel I have a lot to say and most times family and friends come to me for relationship advice; opposite sex, same sex, co-workers and I decided someone can benefit from what I have to say.