Yvonne Akpomedaye : Planning Events the God way!

Yvonne Akpomedaye is one of the most gifted event planner I have encountered! She sees even the minute details and is able to give every event the wow factor. She is also the author of  the”Event Management the God way” a book that points to her Heavenly Father as the giver of the gift. Lets get up close and personal with the beautiful Yvonne.   Yvonne, tell us a little about yourself? Well, I founded my Event Company Ivy-Lil’Beth Concepts in 2009 after gaining professional experiences from several corporate organizations. I am graduate of Linguistics and African Languages from the University of […]

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A Visit with Internally Displaced Persons in the FCT

My siblings and I knew we wanted to do something charitable as we remembered our darling parents who had gone to be with the Lord several years ago. A friend had told me about an orphanage in Gwagalada (somewhere I still intend to visit) but then I realised there was an IDP camp right in my neighbourhood*. IDP  stands for Internally displaced persons and sadly due to the insurgency in the North eastern part of Nigeria there are thousand of people who have made these camps their homes. The camps are small and not fit for human habitation at all […]

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Oluwatoyin Ogunkanmi : A passion for purposeful parenting

Most children are back to school and some parents are heaving a sign of relief, the fact is that whether your children are at home in school your job as a parent is never quite done. Perhaps this is why Oluwatoyin Ogunkanmi the CEO of Gleekin school supply store decided to get more parenting skills and become a parenting coach. In this piece Toyin shares some of her tips for  working mothers, please read, share and leave your comments as well.  My name is Oluwatoyin Ogunkanmi, I am a Psychologist and a parenting coach, my mission is to equip parents with the necessary […]

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Enene Ejembi : Mummy persevere!

Today we are quite fortunate to have the cerebral and very beautiful Enene as our guest blogger. This Harvard alumna who also has a masters in English from the University of Dundee is a passionate Managing Consultant. She also happens to be raising her beloved son as a single Mum. Read on and remember that whether you and your husband are together or your are roughing it out on your own God is always with you! In a sense, every Mom is a new Mom, because no matter how long you’ve had children, you have never been the Mom of […]

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Uche Ralph-Opara – Who says working Mums can’t breastfeed successfully?

Uche Ralph-Opara is a stunning Mummy of four and a public health physician with over ten years of diversified medical expertise spanning from clinical practice and health services management under a health insurance platform to coordinating and implementing HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) programs under USAID, Global Fund and BMGF funded projects. Her invaluable career experiences are complemented by a post graduate degree in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK. Uche is currently working as Associate Director/State Team Lead on the Alive & Thrive IYCF project in Lagos State.She […]

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Kayla Megwa : The drive time diva of WE FM

Today we shall be interviewing Kayla Megwa the drive time diva at WEFM. Kayla is an award wining OAP and the host of  shows like ” Morning Latte ” and  “The Sundowner” she shares her career story with us. Hello Kayla please tell us about your growing up years Thanks for having me on your blog. I’m a big fan of the humanitarian work done by you and your husband, really inspiring. (Thank you) Well, I was born in Kaduna State, went to command primary school and Air force secondary school and then ABU Zaria. I was born into a middle class family, my […]

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Branding Secrets from a Pack of Sugar

Recently I saw an online post wondering how a cubed sugar brand had managed to retain market supremacy for over 30 years, with no adverts or rebranding. As I pondered on their business strategy the first obvious answer was that they had a enjoyed a clear monopoly before other brands came into the market as they were probably the only cubed sugar in West African markets for years.  While one may not have the good fortune to be the pioneer in a field or business we can definitely do many other things to get and maintain customer loyalty. Here are […]

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