The Hope and Struggles Of Most Nigerian Professionals

In 2006, I interned at an Oil & Gas Engineering Servicing company in Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria. The workplace provided me with my first work interaction with expatriates (mostly Caucasians but there were some African Americans, Mexicans and Indians). After 6 months of internship, I noticed quickly how every expatriate had a brand new car, […]

How I Made My Way To Finland With 700 Euros And No Accommodation

I secured admission into Savonia Polytechnic, Kuopio Finland for a second Bachelor of Science, and this time in Information Technology with a major in Embedded Systems. This was a tuition-free program (not scholarship) and what this meant was that I was supposed¬† to be responsible for my accommodation, feeding and general up-keep for the duration […]