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I have many things I have always wanted to do and one of the things on my list was writing a children’s book. Year after year I would come up with a theme for my story and actually start but because my collaborators were slacking I gave up. This time I decided to do it by myself (well save the illustration) and with God’s help I did it! Honestly the whole process of writing this book which is specifically for 5 or 6 year olds starting primary school took longer than I expected but in all of it I learnt […]

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Joice Ize-Iyamu Zokus : Music Manager to the Stars & Culinary Maestro

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Whenever I need to understand anything about the music industry my go to person is this focused and enteprising woman Joice Ize-Iyamu Zokus.  This pioneer knows the music industry well and counts 2Face, Nomoreless and Weird MC among former and current clients. Award winning Joice paved the way for women in the music management business and  did not allow the fact that it was a  male dominated profession stand in her way. Listen as she tells us about her sojourn.    Joice tell us a little about your self My name is Joice Ize-Iyamu Zokus but my family and closest […]

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Nneka Emodi-Eze: Public Sector lawyer turned School Director

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Schools out and we have our children all to ourselves for the long summer holiday. Our  crush today is someone who knows a lot about children as she runs BrickHall School, Abuja . BrickHall school is located which is fast gaining popularity for its dedication and excellence. Beautiful and passionate Nneka Emodi-Eze  is our WCW!   Tell us a little about you? I am 34 year old wife of a super supportive man Mr. Alex Eze and a mother to 3 amazing children aged between 4 and 8. I am the first of four siblings, and it wasn’t easy as […]

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Halima Yunusa : A passion for Fashion and PR

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Today we are crushing on Halima “Tata” Yunusa the CEO of 41LUXE a pioneer in the fashion concession business. She is the proverbial ” girl next door”, beautiful, fresh-faced, friendly and always smiling. She tells us about her experience running a fast-growing business and her life as a Mum. Halima, tell us a little about yourself? Halima Yunusa is a daughter, wife and proudly a mother of 3 wonderful children. I am from Hawul Local Government of Borno State by birth and Michika in Adamawa State by marriage. I was born on 13th April 1981 and brought up in Maiduguri […]

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Ijeoma Ndukwe-Egwuronu : The Pap Guru

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  Today we are speaking to the brains behind one of the fastest growing brands in Nigeria Bubez Food, the makers of Bubez pap and Bubez Foundation . Apart from her innovative nature, Ij as she is called by many is a  woman who loves Jesus and put Him first in all she does, so little wonder she has done so well. I first met Ij when she ran a high end boutique, I had a sewing business and made some outfits for her. After a few years when she sought God’s face concerning her business future she closed her […]

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How I lost almost 50kg – Bukky Lawal

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Its a new day and time to set new goals and achieve them. One lady who knows a bit about acheiving set goals is Bukky Lawal. She started out at 104 kg and today she is 58kg! Read on as she shares her story:  I grew up being the chubbiest of  four children and  I was  the one who loved food the most  ( still do). Growing up, ours was the “average family” of Nigeria of those days, we were comfortable and so food was not a problem. Life was good at least as far as food was concerned and […]

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Four things My Father Told Me

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My dad passed on ten years ago and I sure do miss him. While he was ill, he told my siblings and I quite a few things: some serious, some hilarious and some spiritual. Here are four of the many things he said during that period.   Language Skills If you and your spouse speak different languages, try to learn each other’s languages. While my parents were both Igbo, my mum and her sisters spent most of their formative years in Ibadan, so Yoruba was one of my mum’s first languages. Most of her friends were Yoruba, and she was […]

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