Proverbs 4:7 (NIV)

The beginning of wisdom is this; get wisdom.

Though it cost all you have, get understanding.

Matthew 13:1-9 (NIV)

1: That same day, Jesus went out of the house and sat by the lake.

2: Such large crowds gathered around him that he got into a boat and sat in it, while all the people stood in the shore.

3: Then he told them many things in parables, saying: ‘A farmer went out to sow his seed.

4: As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the rocky path, and the birds came and ate it up.

5: Some fell on rocky places, where it did not have much soil.
It sprang up quickly because the soil was shallow.

6: But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had no root.

7: Other seed fell among thorns, which grew up and choked the plants.

8: Still other seed fell on a good soil, where it produced a crop- a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was down.

9: Whoever had ears, let him hear. ‘


1 Chronicles 12:32 (NIV)

32: from Isaachar , men who understood the times and knew what Isreal should do – 200 chiefs, with all their relatives under their command.

1 Chronicles 12:32 (Amplified Bible )

32: And of Isaachar, men who had understanding of the times to know what Isreal ought to do, 200 chiefs; and all their kinsmen were under their command;

From the Bible passage highlighted above, we can see that the Children of Isaachar were wise men who had understanding of the times they were in and knew what Isreal ought to do. They had 200 chiefs, with all their relatives under their command .

How can be wise like the Children of Isaachar and have understanding of the times we are in and know what Nigeria or nations of the world ought to do??

The answer lies in Psalm 147:5 (NIV) which says;

5: Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit.

Psalm 147:5 (Amplified Bible) says;

5: Great is our Lord and of great power; His understanding is inexhaustible and boundless.

The above highlighted Bible passage, Psalm 147:5 clearly shows us that our God is mighty and powerful . It also tells us that his understanding is inexhaustible and boundless. What better person to ask for understanding than the one whose understanding has no limit.

Also, 1Timothy 4:1-2 (NIV) says;

1: The Spirit clearly says that in the later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.

2:Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron.

1 Timothy 4:1-2 (Amplified Bible) says;

1: BUT THE [Holy] Spirit distinctly and expressly declares tha in latter times some would turn away from the faith, giving attention to deluding and seducing spirits and doctrines that demons teach.

2: Through the hypocrisy and pretensions of liars, whose consciences are seared (cauterized).

Another way we can be like the Children of Isaachar is found in Psalm 118:98- 100 (NIV) which says ;

98: Your commands are always with me and make me wiser than my enemies.

99: I have more insight than my teachers, for I mediate on your statues.

100: I have more understanding than the elders, for I obey your precepts.

Psalm 118:98- 100 (Amplified Bible) says ;

98: You, through Your commandments, make me wiser than my enemies, for [Your words] are ever before me.

99: I have better understanding and deeper insight than all my teachers, because Your testimonies are my mediation. [II Tim.3:15]

100: I understand more than the aged because I keep Your word.

hearing, receiving, loving, and obeying it]. [Proverbs 1:15]

Vs 98 says that God, through His commandments makes us wiser than our enemies. We can however only be this wise if God’s Words are always before us.

Vs 99 says that We can have better understanding and deeper insight than our teachers if we make the testimonies of God our meditation.

Vs 100 goes on to declare that we can have more understanding than the aged if we keep God’s word. This covers hearing the word, receiving it loving it and obeying it.

One important way we can be like the children of Isaachar is found in a very popular Bible passage. Joshua 1:8.

Joshua 1:8 (NIV) says;

8: Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.

Joshua 1:8 (Amplified Bible) says;

8: This Book of the Law shall not depart out of your mouth,but you shall mediate on it day and night, that you may observe and do according to all that is written in it.
For then you shall make your way prosperous, and then you shall deal wisely and have good success.

God commanded Joshua and is equally commanding all His children to ensure that His Word does not depart from our mouth, rather we should meditate on it day and night so that we can observe and obey everything written in it.

He goes on to declare that when we do just as He has commanded us to, we shall make our ways prosperous and have good success.

Finally, 1 John 5: 20 (NIV ) says;

20: We know also that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding, so that we may know him who is true. And we are in him who is true by being in his Son Jesus Christ. He is the true God and eternal life.

1 John 5: 20 (Amplified Bible) says;

20: And we [have seen and] know [positively] that the Son of God has [actually come to this world and has given us understanding and insight [progressively] to perceive (recognize) and come to know better and more clearly Him Who is true- in His Son Jesus Christ (the Messiah). This [Man] is the true God and Life Eternal.

See, I am doing a new thing. Isaiah 43:19 (NIV)

Happy New Year Everyone 😊😊😊

Thank God we all made it into 2019🀸🀸🀸

Despite how 2018 was, we crossed over into 2019. That’s something to be thankful for .

Here’s my first blog post of the year 😊

While reading the Open Heavens Devotional this morning, the Bible reading and the memory verse , Isaiah 43:19 really struck me.

Isaiah 43:18 ( NIV) says we should “Forget the former things and do not dwell on the past.

For me this message is very apt, especially in a season like this, the first day of a new year. It admonishes us to forget the former things (anything that has happened in 2018 and even as far back as possible). It goes further to urge us to stop dwelling on past events (especially the not so pleasant ones)

The reason why we are asked to forget the past and not dwell on it is found in the next verse, Isaiah 43:19 ,which is my mantra for the new year.

It says “See, I am doing a new thing!

Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?

I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.

This scripture is so powerful. It is God telling everyone who is a child of God that we should see, he is doing a new thing. Not that he has done. He is doing. This implies or shows continuity. It shows he is and would continue doing a new thing.

He’s also asking us if we haven’t perceived the new things springing up. He then declares that he is making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. This implies that he would make the impossible possible and make a way where there seems to be no way. It is a promise that this new year he would keep doing new things in our lives. We however need to see and perceive those new things. We also need to forget the past and not dwell on it to enable God do new things and make the impossible in our lives.

So imagine my joy when I checked my Bible App Daily Devotional and boom, Isaiah 43:19 pops up as my daily scripture.

I don’t think it is a coincidence at all.

I would really like us to key into these two Bible passages and watch God do new things in our lives and make the impossible possible, this new year, 2019 and for the rest of our lives.

Amen πŸ™πŸ™ πŸ™

Happy New Year once again Everyone 😊❀️❀️❀️. Cheers to an amazing 2019✨

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My perspective of the legal profession

Seasons Greetings Everyone πŸŽ„πŸ˜Šβ€οΈ. Signed: Abisola Farida Sanusi Esq.

The legal profession is a very unique one. It cuts across every sphere of life. The importance of law in any society cannot be over emphasized. There is a popular saying that “Where there is no law, there is no sin”. Laws regulate human behaviors. Laws also regulate various relationships that are found in any modern society. eg. Road users, marriages, doctor- patient relationship, relationships between leaders & the electorate among others.

Even God Almighty demonstrated the importance of laws in the Bible in various instances, but I would just highlight a few.

In Genesis 2: 16 – 17, God commanded Adam, “You are free to eat in any tree in the garden; but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it, you would certainly die.” Adam & Eve broke this God given law and in Genesis 3:14- 19, we see how God cursed the serpent, Adam and his wife for disobeying His law/ commandment. Also, in Exodus 20:3-17, God gave the children of Israel the Ten Commandments. In those commandments,we can see that there are blessings for keeping / obeying those commandments while there are punishments for disobeying them.

Examples of the numerous blessings that one enjoys when they obey God’s commandments can be found in Deuteronomy 28 :3-13, while the curses for disobedience are found in vs 15- 68 of that same chapter. These two scriptures clearly show that laws given by anyone are to be obeyed by the people for which those laws are made and that disobedience to such laws attract punishments / sanctions.

Here’s a practical example, the law says Do not kill. Anyone who disobeys such instruction and kills would be tried for murder and if found guilty would be killed. Just in case that example seems too far fetched and unrelatable. At home, if there’s a rule that you need either mum or dad’s permission to go to a friend’s house and you break that rule, if your sibling reports you to them, you would be punished for breaking that rule/ instruction.

Lawyers play an integral & crucial part of the development of any society or nation. One beautiful thing about being a legal practitioner is that you can lend your voice in any way you want to. You can diversify. One can decide to go into entertainment law, maritime law, oil and gas law, real estate, medicine, architecture, etc.. You can work as the legal advisor to a company, hospital, a bank, a church etc.

You can equally chose to be an ADR specialist, a lecturer or a legal researcher. You could equally decide to go into law making or the executive by being a politician and eventually becoming a Senator, Governor, Minister, etc. You can also choose to be a human rights activitist like Femi Falana among others.

You can even decide you do not want to practice law but use your art to still preach positive values you want to see in the society. A very good example of a lawyer who is doing this is Folarin Falana aka Falz. In his Child of the World video he enlightens us about so many things. He educates us on the importance of speaking up and putting an end to the stigmatization of rape victims. He also emphasizes that suicide is never the answer and we should fight depression and never let the enemy named depression win. For me that video is a master piece.

Also in his This is Nigeria video he did an amazing job on addressing the current realities in Nigeria.

Even more recently, a class mate of mine, Lionel Onyekwere, directed a movie titled “Talitha” which is directed on the theme “engaging youths in active & positive participation in elections”.

Conclusively for me, the legal profession has gone beyond the stereotyped notion that all lawyers do is wear their wigs and gowns to argue in court before a judge. There is more to the legal profession than that. Inasmuch as the legal profession is noble and made up of learned gentlemen,there are a thousand and one opportunities in our nation and the world at large any legal practitioner can take advantage of and be rest assured they are leaving their footprints in the sands of time.

Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

A. F. Sanusi Esq. βš–οΈ

Legal Practitioner πŸ’ͺβš–οΈπŸ€Έ


Proud to be a member of the largest bar in Africa 😊πŸ’ͺβš–οΈπŸ˜Š


Hi guys, my name is Bukola. Legal Practitioner. I graduated from NLS KANO and I am one of the new wigs that just got called to the Nigerian bar as a “Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria” at the recently held call to bar ceremony.

I planned to do this write-up earlier but I just got so busy and kept procrastinating, I believe this is good a time as any other time. Especially to those posted to Kano.

So just like you, I had heard soooo much about law school, some people even sent me soft copy of notes and PowerPoint documents of lectures from law school, I heard how difficult law school was and how I was going to lose weight, read like a fool and all to enable me have a good grade. Some people even told me not to aim too high because of the grading system (your lowest grade is your result ).
I went to law school armed with zeal and determination to do all it took to succeed.

Yeah unlike most of you, I chose Kano campus personally, I heard it was a good place to study with little to no distractions.

I went to Kano a day before registration to enable me secure a good room (very essential! ) from the first day, even before lectures commenced, some people were already reading, others were trying to look for ‘serious minded people’ to form study groups, others just couldn’t come and die! They were already at Mami socializing.
I met some serious ladies and from the first day we all made it clear that we wanted to pass very well. So as soon as lectures commenced we were overwhelmed, law school lectures were bulky! We were in class from 9-5 each day! Very different from university, we couldn’t cope with our reading plan.

In law school one very key thing is to KNOW WHAT WORKS FOR YOU!

I have never been a marathon reader. In fact I was not an everyday reader but I was ready to try it because everyone was doing it, I tried forming notes (ko werk) so I called some of my smart seniors that did well the previous year and the advice I was given helped me. They told me

1. Prepare your mind, you cannot fail law school.

2. Don’t copy anyone, read at your pace.

3. Don’t miss classes.

4. Get an overview of the topic before each class.


6. PRAY!!

So I just stopped doing what my friends were doing I played a lot, I watched movies, I slept well, I just chilled for the first and second term. I attended all my lectures, attended MOST of my group meetings, I prayed even more.

Before externship, I had ideas on all my topics because I was always in class but I was not exam ready at all, but I wasn’t scared. I just made a timetable and made up my mind to follow it! So I basically prepared for bar finals during externship.

Now this worked for me, but I’m not sure it will work for you, but I had mates that started reading from before day 1 that were still not ready when exams came…

Tips that worked for me.

1. Draft! I had draft notes for all my lectures. Please don’tavoid drafts, you cant pass the bar without drafting! (I spiral bound plain sheets and used them for drafts)
Please don’t cram your drafts, learn them!

2. Learn your principles and exceptions! Every topic has general principles and exceptions!

3. Don’t joke with professional ethics and skills! It looks like a joke but its bulky.

4. Discuss! Don’t read in isolation, read on your own, but discuss with people.

5. Don’t undermine anyone, no one is dull! Don’t be proud! If you have not passed the bar yet, you are still teachable

6. Don’t read outside syllabus! Dont waste your time on academic arguments in class, it will be detrimental.

7. Listen! Law school lecturers are the ones setting exams, listen to them, forget all those lawyers you know at home!

8. Please attend revision!

9. Believe you cannot fail, then determine what grade you want to work for, that way fear will be eliminated.

10. Attend CHAPEL OF FAVOR! Don’t skip church! Chaplain is very experienced, he has seen it all, don’t be too busy to attend CHAPEL at least once weekly.

11. Trust GOD! just believe you will pass.

*** please dont be in a hurry to buy textbooks! Wait till January! You will know the good books by then and please buy your books from law school bookshop! (If you buy pirated books, Kano campus will seize it, they search rooms)


1. Warm clothes! This season is really cold. You will need stockings, pantyhose, head warmer, muffler. ( you can’t wear head warmers to class, you can wear sweater under your regulation clothes).

2. Transparent hand bags. Don’t bother about bringing your designers, you cant use them to lecture halls in Kano!

3. Regulation clothes, dressing in Kano is strict! Ladies no chiffon, no lace or trimmings on your clothes!
Your dresses/skirts must be BELOW your knees (front and back of your knee o) or else you will be asked to go back and change.

-Your shoes must be plain no suede.

-Your shirts must have collar
-Sleeveless are not allowed, you must wear blazer if you want to wear anything sleeveless
-Muslim sisters, your hijab must be black and shoulder length maximum.
-Jewelleries must be minimal, no necklace, no big earrings

Black socks
Black plain shoes
Black or navy blue suits
White plain shirts
Black plain tie

4. Casual clothes

5. Spoons (forks and knives are seen as contra band)

6. Pressing iron, rechargeable lamp/torchlight (no electric kettle, no boiling ring)

8. Toiletries.. others are basic things
** by next year, you’ll need hand fans and rechargeable fans trust me!


Hahahaha, that’s always the initial reaction, but the earlier you stop complaining and actually start creating memories in Kano the better for you! I can assure you that before April, you will be grateful you were posted to Kano!
The best lecturers are there, food is cheap, the people are accomodating, everything is affordable.

We have a beautiful lake, beautiful view of nature! Please try to connect with the environment, its too beautiful, perfect for meditation and cramming.

Many made awesome friends, many found love, many found Jesus, many found peace! Don’t Leave Kano empty handed!

I left with Jesus and a First class!

There’s so much to write but I have to stop here, you can reach me if you need further clarification or just need someone to nag about Kano to.

Bukola Opajobi


Female Hostel

Lecture Hall

NLS memories as a Kano Campus law school student

Lake View

Bagauda at Night

Give me , Give me syndrome

We all really need to stop this “Give me, give me ,Where is my rice? Where is my cake” attitude/ mentality.

If a friend or someone you know is celebrating their birthday what stops you from getting them a gift??? (it doesn’t have to be expensive, a card or hand written note would do)
(I mean, it’s the thought or gesture that really matters and not how much the gift costs) instead of expecting they give you cake or rice because it’s their birthday.

I remember jokingly telling someone that my birthday was around the corner so he should get my gift ready. Only for him to ask “Is there going to be cake?” I said no, then he goes, “ No cake, no gift” ” So after I get you a gift, you won’t give me cake in return”. Lord knows I was too shocked to say anything. So if at all he was going to get me a gift, he wasn’t giving me the gift from his heart, he was going to be giving the gift because of what he was expecting to receive in return. Wawu!!

This is the same “Give me Give me” attitude some people carry to owambe’s that makes them get angry when food doesn’t reach them.

You didn’t go there with any gift (cash or kind) to give the couple (especially if you know either the bride or groom personally) , all you went there to do is eat. Are you not even ashamed ni? Is it food you haven’t eaten before ni?

Some people won’t even eat before leaving home. They would then be getting angry when food doesn’t reach them on time or they aren’t able to organize extras to eat and take home. Food that might still spoil if you take too much home and NEPA doesn’t let you preserve it before you’re able to finish. Smh!

We really need to do better. Celebrating with people on occasions that give them joy eg. birthdays, weddings, promotions should be more of making such occasion special for them rather than expecting they throw a party where you can come to eat rice and cake.

One secret to receiving is being a cheerful giver. This is one principle rich people who keep getting richer put into practice regularly. A giver who gives freely not expecting anything in return from the person he gave would most definitely receive more than he gave when he least expects.

Let me give a practical example.

If a child comes to you and his fists are clenched, he can’t give you whatever he has in his fist, neither can you give him anything until he opens his fists to give or receive.

Also when you hold on so much to something, that would be only thing you would have. It won’t increase, neither would it reduce. But when you give, you give room for people to give you more in return. It might not be immediately, but there would most definitely be an increase eventually.

I guess that’s why the Bible says “It is more blessed to give than to receive” .

Also, Proverbs 11:24-25 says

24: One person gives freely,yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty.

25: A generous person would prosper, whoever refreshes others would be refreshed.

Give and it shall be given unto you, good measures, pressed down, shaken together, running over shall men give unto your bossom. (Luke 6:38)

This principle works for everyone, Christian or non-Christian, rich or poor, old or young.

If you haven’t received something in a long time, check yourself, ask yourself these questions.

1. Have I been a giver/ How much of a cheerful giver have I been lately?

2nd Corinthians 9:7 (NIV) says;

Each of you should give , what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.

2. When last can I say I gave someone something genuinely without expecting anything in return?

3. Have I refused to give someone something simply because I wanted to receive from them first?

I hope we all learn to become cheerful givers rather than people with the “give me give me” syndrome and may we receive even more than we give when we least expect πŸ™

A day out with my squad πŸ”₯πŸ’ƒπŸ˜

L- R . Action, Elizabeth, Emmanuel, & Farida

First time I saw fine boy Omolewa😁😍 I guess that’s why I was smiling so hard😁😊😁

Hadn’t seen Action in forever 😭. Felt good to finally see him after such a long time ❀️

I was going through my Instagram and seeing the above pictures brought back memories of one awesome day I was in law school.

Here’s how it went.

Action, Elizabeth and a few of my contacts had been hyping this particular event that was to take place on a Saturday at Muri Okunola Park, Victoria Island. (That’s freaking close to Lagos Law school campus btw).

I had equally seen the organizers of the program talk about it on Instagram. The program was tagged Love and Pint. It was basically a program which people were to come around, have fun, laugh, network, and most importantly donate their blood for free. (Very laudable program which was a huge success).

I remember asking Action if he was going to come for it and if we were going to see. (I had missed his amazing self and I was overjoyed I was going to see him). He was totally sure he was going to come.

That day came and I really didn’t feel like leaving my room. Not until I saw Elizabeth’s post that she was at the venue and the event was fun. (I could actually hear the music from my room).

After deciding on what to wear with the help of my roommates I was forced out to go and have fun.

Immediately I walked into the park, I saw Action, his sister and Omolewa. I equally saw Elizabeth about to donate blood. (I couldn’t donate coz I was on my period though I really would have loved to)

I couldn’t hide my excitement when I saw Elizabeth ( I mean I was seeing my very own doctor 😍❀️🧑❀️). I even insisted we take a selfie in the euphoria of just seeing one another again.

We all gisted, laughed, caught up on old times and I kept thinking about how Omolewa looked really fine and familiar. Then he asked for my Instagram and boom, I figured why his face seemed really familiar. We both follow each other on the gram.

Action and I then walked about and came across a girl selling pancakes. He got for the both of us. The pancakes were very affordable and amazing. (She used Nutella instead of syrup).

Trust me it was worth way more than the price we got it for.

I equally saw a friend who was supposed to help me get chicken and chips, but he slyed me. (He knows himself) 😭

We saw Emmanuel at the event too (I still think him and Action secretly planned to wear the same outfit πŸ˜‚) and we introduced him to our amazing pancake person.

Then we took those amazing pictures. (With Elizabeth’s phone that has a freaking lit camera πŸ’₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’₯

Afterwards, Action, his sister, Omolewa and Elizabeth had to leave 😭😭😭😭😭. Dr. Elizabeth gave me a jotter before leaving ❀️❀️❀️

I and Emmanuel were the only squad members left. I was craving chicken and chips badly.

We entered Keke to Sanusi Fafunwa to try out a good chicken and chips spot Emmanuel and Elizabeth recommended, but the place was closed 😭.

We then bought more pancakes, went back to school to bring another customer (Umar), to enjoy the lovely pancakes as well , before getting my chicken and chips from the park (the queue there had reduced drastically by this time)

The person we got the pancakes from was already packing up when I, Emmanuel and Umar got there, but after begging her that we wanted more and had brought another customer to patronize her, she attended to Umar. Then she surprised us by making extra free pancakes for I and Emmanuel (her way of thanking us for being loyal customers and bringing her another customer).

It was already getting late and the event was coming to an end so we all went to our respective hostels. I eventually shared the chicken and chips with my room mates. (I felt so bad that Emmanuel who got it for me didn’t get to taste out of it, I had to keep apologizing to him ).

That outing was really needed as law school was becoming stressful as hell. The bar finals pressure was mounting. Everyone was already reading like there was no tomorrow.

I was absolutely thankful to my roommates for dragging me out to have fun and cool my head for some hours before facing the law school reality.

Diary of an Obubra camper (I) πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

I remember I got to Calabar airport and finally got to see Ebube (my really good friend) there. He came to meet me at the airport the day arrived since he knew I had been posted to Calabar and was coming that day.

We gisted and waited for my dad’s friend who was going to take me to the park I’ll get a car to Obubra to come and pick me from the airport.

Fast forward to the journey to Obubra, I sat at the back.

I remember seeing the girl in front pressing her phone and making calls. We didn’t say anything to each other, only God knows why, probably because we all just wanted to get to Obubra and we’re tired and restless.

I also remember that on getting to camp, we eventually spoke and she asked me to keep the empty bedspace beside me for her.

Eventually she turned out to be one of the most wonderful people I met in camp. Her and my very good friend from law school went to the same uni and are friends.

I, Folake, Oluchi and Jasmine became a squad (After Summer left us and ran home)

My screening experience

Lemme share a little story on here about my screening experience yesterday. ✍️

I got to Abuja Law school at around 7:50am. I couldn’t even do the whole getting there by 5 or 6am coz I was sad and scared after hearing about my colleagues that died on the way for their screening the day before 😒😒😒😭😭😭😭

Yet I was number 228 or so
Bimpe (the babe with the nice braids) got there by 5 and was number 26 while Dupe (beside Bimpe)was number 280 or so

I, Bimpe and Dupe all went to Lagos Campus (Proud Group 4 members with Dupe as our group leader πŸ‘‘)
I was walking about when I heard “Helena’s friend, watz up?” That was how I met Chuks. (Helena is my friend, we met in court during externship and both of us were always together)

We heard they weren’t going to start the screening process till 10am so 5 of us (the last person Remi isn’t in the picture) basically fast tracked the process (the stressful first part basically). We did everything together and everything went really fast and smooth. Before 11 we were already headed to Supreme Court (we entered the same cab btw)
At Supreme Court, we did everything sharply. Then we decided to pause and take a few lovely pictures together. This is just the one I loved best.
Before 2 we were already back at Law school and had finished our screening.

So, my fellow learned colleagues that have successfully done their screening, how was urs? Kindly share your experience here too😊

My screening squad at Supreme Court πŸ”₯πŸ‘‘πŸ’•. I, Dupe, Bimpe and Chuks 😊