Thursday, 25 June 2015

Ducks Quack, Eagles Soar

I was waiting in line for a ride at the airport. When a cab pulled up, the first thing I noticed was that the taxi was polished to a bright shine. Smartly dressed in a white shirt, black tie, and freshly pressed black slacks, the cab driver jumped out and rounded the car to open the back passenger door for me.
He handed me a laminated card and said:

Wednesday, 17 June 2015


The 2014/2015 academic session for the Distance Learning Institute, University of Lagos (DLI) began in earnest on Saturday, 13th of June 2015.  This session promises to be a fulfilling and rewarding academic session as all efforts are being made to see to it that students have a hitch free session. You are therefore advised to work closely with your academic advisors, your facilitators, e-tutors and the counsellors to benefit maximally from all the beautiful plans and programmes mapped out for you.

 MOST IMPORTANTLY !!!  Always log on to the LMS on daily basis to keep abreast with new information that concern you and that will enhance your learning and stay in DLI.  For any information, advice and guidance, do not hesitate to contact the counsellors or the help desk officers. Your success in DLI is our utmost concern.  THANK YOU.

Monday, 8 June 2015


I witnessed a scenario last week and am compelled by the spirit to share it in order to prevent a future occurence. I was in the consulting room when a neonate (Baby) was  brought in on emergency. She was strapped to her mother's back who was in full hijab. On observation, the baby was discovered B.I.D, the medical refferal letter read that the baby had Respiratory Disorder. Poor little saint lost there!
The baby would have gotten to the hospital alive and placed on oxygen but the mother unknowingly and following religious inclination covered the baby up in hijab and travelled a long distance to the specialist hospital.
MY CANDID ADVISE is that our Muslim sisters and mothers should have a zipper at the back of their hijab in order for the baby's head to be out for fresh and adequate air.
Maa Salam.
Pls help share this information.