My husband and I went to our former estate where we used to live to obtain our Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC), we registered and voted there in 2011. We were asked to go to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)’s office; on getting there we were referred Continue reading I Have Been Disenfranchised From Voting In The 2015 General Elections
I support that Akinwunmi Ambode should be the next governor of Lagos state. I am a big fan of Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola of Lagos state, I believe that continuity is needed in Lagos state, hence Ambode is the seemingly best man for the job. Continue reading Akinwunmi Ambode For Governor, Lagos State
You are getting married and you want to be your own wedding planner? No, the world has moved beyond that. Continue reading Planning An Event: Wedding, Birthday, Conference? I Have A Planner For You
O ye people of Epe land! Continue reading Epe People: Meet Muheez Bello
You need make up/makeover for your wedding, birthday or an owambe party? Don’t get lost in the midst of the many make up artists around, I know it can be a tough one deciding on who to choose. Let me help you streamline that stress of choosing. Continue reading You Need Make Up Services?
You and your friends are planning a picnic and you need to take some cooked food along and everyone is busy and may not be able to include cooking to his/her itinerary? Continue reading You Need A Caterer? I Know A Good One
Do not be afraid or doubtful about being the first to teach your child/ward a new thing, procrastinate not. Continue reading Don’t Procrastinate On Teaching A Child New Things
Some weeks ago, right from Monday of the week, I resolved I was going to prepare moin moin (steamed beans pudding) for breakfast on the next Saturday; the resolve didn’t wither till Saturday came. So on Saturday, I went to the woman who grinds beans in our estate, Continue reading Little Favours That Go A Long Way
Acceptance Statement by General Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, President-Elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Continue reading President Elect, General Muhammadu Buhari’s Acceptance Speech
Permit me to start by thanking Chatham House for the invitation to talk about this important topic at this crucial time. When speaking about Nigeria overseas, I normally prefer to be my country’s public relations and marketing officer, extolling her virtues and hoping to Continue reading The Text of General Buhari’s Speech At Chatham House, London
I am blessed with 2 children and I did 6 months exclusive breast feeding for both of them except for my second child whom I had to introduce bottle to during the second half of the journey as a result of expressing the milk (i.e from 3 – 6 months) because I had to resume Continue reading 6 Months Exclusive BreastFeeding
At around 3.30pm today, one of my Indian colleagues came by my seat area to wish my new Indian seat mate (who is barely a week old in the company) a happy birthday. To my surprise I turned to him and said ‘you have sat next to me all day and I didn’t know it’s your Continue reading Remembering Birthdays
Elections in Nigeria are forms of choosing representatives to the Nigerian federal government and the various states in Nigeria. Continue reading The Recent Elections in Nigeria
That moment when you are in the hospital for immunization for your child, as each child is been injected, you see various expressions on the faces of mothers; some squeeze their face, some cover it with their hand, some make faces as though they are about to fart, some have Continue reading Pain Of A Child
On my son’s recent birthday, I joined his school bus so I could drop off his birthday cake and parcels, also to see his teacher. Continue reading Kids Also Converse…
TRS Signature is offering a promo! Continue reading TRS Signature Is Offering A Promo!
Hurray! My blog is 1 month old today! I launched my blog on my last birthday on Sunday, December 28th, 2014 just so the launch date would have a commemorative genesis. Continue reading Hurray! My Blog Is 1 Month Old
I attended sessions of 2 organizations that are dear to me: MICA and JCI.
Movement for Islamic Culture and Awareness (MICA) holds sessions every Sunday at Crescent Schools, 1004, Victoria Island, Lagos by 10.30am, www.micanigeria.org. Yesterday’s topic was Continue reading Mingle And Network
I almost saw the President of my country, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan a.k.a GEJ yesterday! Yeah, almost! Continue reading I Almost Saw President Goodluck Jonathan. Yeah, Almost!
Someone I know attended an event organized for the Vice Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Party (APC), Professor Yemi Osinbajo at Lagoon restaurant, Lagos some weeks ago as regards 2015 elections. One of the pamphlets given at the event is tagged ‘Stop The Lies! Know The Truth. Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions About Buhari: Stop The Lies