Public Transport, The Bane of My Minimum Wage Existence

written for True Africa I once had a conversation with my Uber driver where he said that the biggest infrastructural problem faced by Nigerians is the power supply. I agreed with him on that day and we talked about how many more people could engage in entrepreneurship and become more independent if there was steadyContinue reading “Public Transport, The Bane of My Minimum Wage Existence”

#MinWageChallenge Diary- Day 4; The Bus Can Be a Dangerous Place

Today was an interesting day. I had a very important meeting in V.I. that I could not arrive at smelling or sweating. I’ve known this meeting was coming up for a while so I’ve been thinking of ways to arrive at their office without looking harassed. I had thought of leaving the house in aContinue reading “#MinWageChallenge Diary- Day 4; The Bus Can Be a Dangerous Place”