Elaine Shobanjo: Makeup Artiste Extraordinaire

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Our WCW today is the lovely Elaine Shobanjo. This award winning MUA is the founder of ShoMya and one of the most talented ladies in the Makeup Business. A visit to her professionally run studio in Lekki will leave you feeling relaxed, renewed and definitely more beautiful. Elaine is blessed with beauty and brains and before she decided to follow her passion worked as an asset/wealth manager. Read on and be inspired. Elaine tell us a little about yourself Life has been interesting. I was born in Lagos and went to high school there (Queen’s College). I then moved to […]

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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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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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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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Celebrating Fathers – Mr. Folorunso Aliu

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Father’s day is this weekend and I truly believe good fathers are under appreciated. I was reminded of this even more as I sat in the baby feeding room in church last Sunday with Dads who were either feeding or changing their little ones. It was refreshing to see these men look after their children as many forget all aspects of parenting a child should be shared. Luckily I am blessed to know some very good fathers and one of them is Mr Aliu who is one of the most devoted fathers  that I have come across. Enjoy his interview […]

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Woman Crush Wednesday! Adebola Ataiyero-Adefila

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Today’s WCW  is Adebola Ataiyero-Adefila . Bola is without a doubt one of the most hardworking and industrious women I have come across. Most days find her at her factory supervising employees and strategising for the future. She is also an extremely balanced individual who is able to get along with people from all works of life. Adebola is definitely an inspiration for anyone who intends to go into manufacturing. As she turns 36 in a few days I pray she enjoys uncommon favour and continued grace in her life. Enjoy! Please tell us a little about yourself   Well […]

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Sleepover Safety

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Your children love you and ordinarily cannot bear to away from you however, as they get older they make friends and very soon you will hear requests asking to go for a sleepover or slumber party. Growing up, my Dad was not big on sleep overs and I never quite understood why. As far as I was concerned he was being a “party pooper” but as I got older I began to understand what some of his concerns may have been; like most parents, he wanted to be assured we were safe and comfortable and the easiest way was having […]

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