Association of Nigerians in Nova Scotia organized the Nigeria Week in celebration of Nigeria’s Independence. Nigeria’s Independence is celebrated annually on Continue reading The Climax Of Nigeria Week In Celebration Of Nigeria’s Independence In Nova Scotia, Canada
In August, one of my Nigerian neighbours sent me some fishes. I called to thank him and he told me, him and some of the Nigerian men in my building discovered a place for fishing and Continue reading When My Family And I Went Fishing: Our Nova Scotian Chronicles
“Since 2012, October 11 has been marked as the International Day of the Girl Child. The day aims to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls’ Continue reading International Day of the Girl Child: October 11th
It’s Thanksgiving Day in Canada today. I give thanks everyday for all God has done for me, my family and friends. Continue reading It’s Thanksgiving Day In Canada: Happy Thanksgiving Day
About a week ago, during one of our book reading sessions with my children; the book my children chooose I read to them talked about apple picking. Continue reading My Family’s First Experience Of Apple Picking With The Allen Family: Noggins Corner Farm
It is Nigeria Week in Nova Scotia, Canada this week in celebration of Nigeria’s 57th Independence Day. There are various activities lined up for the week organized by the Association of Nigerians in Nova Scotia. Continue reading Nigeria Week 2017: Food Donation Drive At Feed Nova Scotia
“Today is World Teachers’ Day, also known as International Teachers Day. It is held annually on October 5. It commemorates Continue reading Happy International Teachers’ Day
In celebration of Nigeria’s Independence Day, the Association of Nigerians in Nova Scotia is having a Nigerian Week. This week, there are activities lined up to commemorate the day. Continue reading Association of Nigerians in Nova Scotia Presents Nigerian Week: Soccer Event
Below is the Independence Day Broadcast By President Muhammadu Buhari On October 1st, 2017: Continue reading Independence Day Broadcast By President Muhammadu Buhari On October 1st, 2017
Happy Independence Day my dear country, Nigeria. The giant of Africa, a land full of milk and honey. The country with the most resilient and hardworking people 😊. Continue reading Happy Independence Day Nigeria: October 1st
I guess this is one of my first successful bathroom selfies 😊.
No make up, no filter, the girl is fine 😊, yes I know I can be sometimes vain. I really cannot afford to be Continue reading Self Love, Self Belief, Self Reassurance: Be You!
‘Halifax has been ranked one of friendliest cities in the world. Halifax was only Canadian city to make the Condé Nast Traveler 2017 list. By: Yvette d’Entremont Continue reading Halifax Ranked One Of Friendliest City In The World
Find below details of the upcoming Share Thanksgiving event as announced by Engage Nova Scotia in partnership with Sobeys at their 2017 media launch, which I was invited to as a speaker. Blog link to the media launch here Continue reading Engage Nova Scotia Presents 2017 Share Thanksgiving: How To Be A Guest Or Host
‘October 1st 2017, Nigeria will be 57 years old! Here in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, a couple of activities have been planned to celebrate the Independence Day with our Canadian friends and family. It will be a week-long of Continue reading Association Of Nigerians In Nova Scotia Plans To Celebrate Nigeria’s 57th Independence Day
On the 16th of August, 2017, I received a call from Hailey, one of the staff at Engage Nova Scotia. She told me about the 2017 Share Thanksgiving media launch and how they would like for me to Continue reading My First Public Speaking In Canada: Engage Nova Scotia Share Thanksgiving Media Launch
My husband was recently in Nigeria and 2 things were topmost on my mind for him to bring back for me. Continue reading The Nigerian Businesses I Recently Patronized
In August, 2017 my husband travelled to Nigeria. He was away for 3 weeks and that was the first time since we got married on the 19th of December, 2009 that we will be away from each other for 21 days Continue reading When My Husband Was Away In Nigeria
Still in the Eid (Sallah) mood.
Yesterday, Saturday September 2nd, 2017, Ummah Masjid and Community Centre organized an Continue reading Eid Funfair and Eid Potluck: In Celebration Of Eid-el Kabir (Sallah)
Today is Eid-el-Kabir, so I wish my Muslim family and friends Eid Mubarak. Continue reading Eid Mubarak To My Muslim Family And Friends
Two weeks weeks ago, I came across a petting pen/zoo at an event, more like a small friendly zoo for young children. The event was a children’s fair, one of the many summer events in Continue reading My First Experience At A Petting Zoo: Children Fair By Spring Garden Area Business Association