Hello people, I am an affiliate marketer to Jumia, VConnect and Konga. As an affiliate to these 3 companies, I promote their products on my blog and earn commission with every sale/order placed from my blog and my social media pages. Continue reading Affiliate Marketing: Jumia, Konga, VConnect
As the UK goes to the polls today, I pray that the best candidate/party wins.
Continue reading United Kingdom Goes To The Polls: May 7, 2015
One of my clients who runs an event planning outfit, Diamonds by Nai does bespoke weddings/event props. Continue reading Events Planning And Management: Diamonds By Nai
In September 2013, when we landed from Abu Dhabi to Lagos at about few minutes past 7am, the smell of Murtala Muhammed airport wasn’t friendly, Continue reading Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria
I overheard 2 people arguing about being a Jega and the other person being an Orubebe and vice versa. Recently one of my aunties was speaking to me about patience and she cited the scenario between Prof. Jega and Elder Orubebe, Continue reading Indeed Patience Is A Virtue
The West Africa Bloggers Conference is a two-day conference aimed at Bloggers from across the West African countries. The venue for the Event is Berkeley Hotel Isaac John road Ikeja on May 15 & 16 2015. Continue reading West Africa Bloggers Conference Holds on May 15 & 16, 2015
One of our aunties drove us into Whiteley Village, a retirement village in Surrey in United Kindgom. Whiteley Village was formed as the result of a bequest of £1,000,000 realized in 1907 upon the death of William Whiteley. Continue reading Whiteley Village: A Retirement Village
A night at Rye Lane, Peckham!
Prior to this Tuesday night, I had been hearing all sort of gists about Peckham, on how ‘Nigerianess/Africaness’ the place is, Continue reading A Night At Rye Lane, Peckham!
The Shah Jahan Mosque in Woking, is the first purpose-built mosque in the United Kingdom. Built in 1889. It felt good observing my Friday congregational prayer (Jumaah) there. Continue reading The First Purpose-Built Mosque In The United Kingdom
I met these 2 men at Trafalgar Square who claimed they are ‘sitting’ and ‘standing’ on air. I know it’s a trick but then it seems like a mystery because I checked all around them to see if I could find a Continue reading ‘Sitting’ And ‘Standing’ On Air?
It’s an election year in the United Kingdom, elections would hold on May 7, 2015. I haven’t observed unnecessary tension, hostility, hate/demeaning speeches etc as a result of the elections. Continue reading United Kingdom Goes To The Polls On May 7, 2015
To think the abducted Chibok school girls have been missing for a year! How sad! The Chibok girls were abducted from their school on April 14th, 2014. Continue reading It’s One Year Since The Chiboks Girls Were Abducted
We had a courtesy visit to the Mayor of London Borough of Lambeth, Councillor Adedamola Aminu on Tuesday, 14th April, 2015. Continue reading Courtesy Visit To The Mayor of London Borough of Lambeth
All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Akinwunmi Ambode has emerged Governor-elect of Lagos State. Ambode was declared winner of the April 11 governorship elections in the state by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday, April 12, 2015. Continue reading Akinwunmi Ambode Wins The Lagos Gubernatorial Race
Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo state has broken the seeming ‘no 2nd term’ jinx! Majority of the people of Oyo state have re-elected him under the platform of the All Progressives Congress. Continue reading Governor Ajimobi Has Broken The ‘Jinx’
This is Walton bridge in the United Kingdom. At the time we passed, the underneath of this bridge was devoid of the ‘regulars’ I see under most bridges back home. Continue reading Underneath Of A Bridge: Cleanliness
We met these lovely girls on our way to the park, they had sweets in a tray for sale, what came to my mind was ‘so white children also hawk in the UK’ :). Then I noticed they had some inscriptions on a white paper they stuck by their sweets.b Continue reading Inculcating The Act Of Helping Into Young Children
It was Muheez Olayinka Bello’s birthday on Saturday, March 28th, 2015 (the day of the presidential polls in Nigeria), in the midst of my cousin’s wedding, I hurriedly sent him a birthday message via BBM and he responded. After all, his flight was to land in London on Continue reading Farewell: Muheez Olayinka Bello
What will be will be! I have learnt loads of things from The Buhari story. General Muhammadu Buhari’s perseverance, persistence and patience are encouraging as they have paid off. This 2015 campaign must have been the most vicious one for him, yet he stood resolute and didn’t despair. Kudos to him and his campaign team. Continue reading What Will Be Will Be: The Buhari Story
Congratulations to General Muhammadu Buhari, the 2015 president-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Continue reading General Muhammadu Buhari Is Declared Winner of Nigeria 2015 Presidential Election!