Great places to eat this Sallah in the FCT!

Ramadan is a month long period set aside for fasting and prayer by Muslim faithfuls the world over. As it ends this week and Eid el Fitr is celebrated many people will take well deserved breaks from Abuja or Lagos to Dubai and Abu Dhabi. There are cheap flights to Dubai, but if you can’t afford to take a break you can still have a great time feasting with family and friends .Let’s look at a few of the best places to eat Halal meals in the FCT. City view restaurant: This restaurant located in Zone 4 boasts of an […]

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Hilda Ashio Titiloye : Helping people achieve beautiful skin at SKIN 101

Dr Hilda Ashio Titiloye is a  is a Nigerian registered and licensed medical practitioner with post-graduate training in Dermatology and Aesthetic medicine from Queen Mary University of London and University of Cordoba, Spain respectively. She is a member of the Nigerian Medical association, an associate member of the Nigerian Association of Dermatologists and a member of the International association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine.  I have had the pleasure of visiting her clinic a few times and was impressed with her level of professionalism. Her beautiful skin is a good advert for what she does and her clinic is very well […]

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Flora Solomon Lange : Wife, Mum, Designer, Nurse and everything in between!

Flora Solomon Lange has an alluring beauty with a congenial nature. Through trained as a nurse she is also the brain behind thriving fashion house Folange Code and also has a beauty line. Lets hear more from this mother of one as to how she holds it all together! Please tell us a bit about you and your growing up years My  name is Flora Solomon Lange , (Nee Flora Smith), born 26th January 1990, to  a family of  6, 2 sisters and a brother , a mother and a father.  I am from Anambra State, Dunukofia L.G.A. and  I am an […]

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Trevor Noah: Born a Crime – Some memorable quotes

This book was recently read by the book club I belong to and it was such an easy and enjoyable read . To be honest I was not expecting much but boy was I pleasantly surprised! This collection of short stories by popular comedian Trevor Noah is set in his native South Africa and takes the reader back to his growing up years with his mum, younger brother and interesting extended family. I have always been fascinated with the history of racial segregation stemming from slavery in the West and apartheid in South Africa so the fact that this was one of themes […]

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Mary Slessor – Lessons from a Queen indeed

Mary Slessor is a true heroine and her impact was felt throughout south-eastern Nigeria. Many think all her work was focused on Calabar but that’s far from the truth. Although stationed in Calabar she moved to different areas and as a result killing of infant twins was wiped out all over the south eastern Nigeria.  In fact I only  recently learned that a friend’s mum and her twin brother from Abba in Anambra State were hidden for months to escape death until Mary’s influence came to bear. One striking thing about Mary was that she preached the Gospel in an endearing way – […]

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Joke Aliu: For the love of the law

Joke is an accomplished lawyer with one of the nations  leading law firms.  Let’s talk about this lady’s love for the law.    Tell us about yourself (family,  profile, education  etc) I was born into a family of 5 children and I found myself right in the middle. I have a feel of what it is to have both older and younger siblings. I have an older sister and brother and I also have a younger sister and brother.I studied law at Nigeria’s premier university, the University of Ibadan and I went to Law School in Lagos. I got a masters […]

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Guest Post : Back to School by Azuka Ogundeji

For many going back to school is a major aspiration and once you achieve that there is a major feeling of achievement and fulfillment. Personally, I had long desired to go for a second masters degree but kept putting it off, so when I finally decided to go for it in my late 30s and with two children in tow it was daunting!Thankfully its all done and dusted and crossed off my to do list.   I can thus totally relate with our first guest post of the year written by the indefatigable Azuka who writes about her recent educational pursuit.  As […]

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