Public Talk.

Public TalkPublic places document diverse dramas.

Two ladies I perceived as first-class opportunists saw a car parked at the roadside … and quickly cashed in on the situation just to snap with the car to be uploaded possibly on social media so after executing the perfect job a man sitting close by voiced, “Why can’t you take the car along?”

A lady talking to another – a man won’t tell you the amount he earns and may not tell you he has money even if his pocket had become the big blue sea with diverse fish swimming and going on vacations from Indian to Pacific and Atlantic Ocean.

Home video enthusiasts watching Yoruba movie – one man after beholding an actress with massive behind voiced ludicrously, “This woman needs to be paying tax to government for that ample rear!”

‘Public Talk’ highlights true-life stories.

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I won't bore you or box myself by defining who I'm, what I'm or where I'm headed. I AM OLAYEMI JOSEPH OGUNOJO, a Nigerian and World Citizen and a student of the 'University of Life.' If you impart knowledge into every Tayo, Tanko and Tagbo you meet, they will impact every Tom, Dick and Harry they confluence.

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