Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The cross, the tasbih and a Chelsea cap


Took this image in a bus recently. The unity of the world's biggest religions is emphasised in how the bus owner places the symbols of Christianity and Islam side by side as well as that of the emerging new religion, football, symbolised by a Chelsea FC logo.

5 comments:

Kris said...

Is it Mikel John Obi's fault? Maybe Celestine Babayaro...

Lolade said...

Well, Babayaro played at a time many people did not have access to the English league and many also didn't like the style of the EPL. But things have changed and the EPL has become really interesting as well as the access which cable TV provides via TV pubs/bars and viewing centres.
Mikel is enjoying the seeds sown by Babayaro I must say.

Kojo Olabode-Williams said...
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Kojo Olabode-Williams said...

You do have a soft view of life and it reflects in the pix you posted on your blog. But, if you must have a blog that bears Lagos and 'intends' to have pictures of the city 'in your own view as you see it everyday', then, this blog is a simple apology of Lagos and how u see it everyday. Where are the clusters of okadas u use when there's traffic? Where is that food canteen you eat at (Senior Bachelor), where are the newspaper vendors that help sell your artistry to Lagosians? Where is YOUR OFFICE and how it overlooks the city? in fact, where are you in the 'picture of Lagos'. More work bro! Am tryna be constructive here!

Mika's Thought's... said...

This is excellent. you have a great eye and your perception is remarkable!