First Day at the Big School: Book Readings in Pictures!

Hello everyone! So this post is basically to bring my readers up to speed with my first children’s book “First Day at the Big School”, especially since I have another book “coming soon!”. To be honest the success of First Day at the Big School really surprised me, I had hoped to sell maybe a few 100 copies but at the moment over 3000 copies have been sold and I know thousands more will be sold. God has blessed this publication and I am just in awe of HIM! My first book reading was courtesy of Dorcas Ikya of Tabitha […]

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Anne Ekwueme: Dressing women who understand Royalty!

Anne Ekwueme is the charming lady behind House of Zibah, a bespoke and pret a porter designer who is fast carving a niche for herself amongst fashion lovers in the FCT. She also has a passion for mentoring young children with a focus of staying pure. Let’s get up close and personal with Anne. Tell us a little about yourself. I am Anne Ekwueme, Married to Uchenna Ekwueme and we are blessed with 4 amazing children. I was born in Kaduna, I grew up there and went to Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.  So pretty much, I was brought up in […]

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Happy Valentine’s Day

“Love is a beautiful thing” goes the line of a popular song, and I totally agree. True love (not lust or infatuation) is truly a beautiful thing and for me, nothing paints the picture of true love more than seeing an old couple holding hands and looking lovingly into each others eyes. When I think of true love, I think about my folks -now my parents  (of blessed memory) were never the type given to open displays of affection but you could feel the love in the air when they were together. Whenever they were apart for long stretches my […]

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Why Some Married Men Cheat : Four Men Speak!

  This month is dedicated to food and relationships and one aspect of relationships that has caused a lot of pain is infidelity even in marriage! Marriage is an Institution where Mutual Fidelity is preached and expected. However the phrase “forsaking all others” has been ignored by many and infidelity has wrecked many marriages. Despite the high toll it takes on marriages many men (and women) still indulge in extra-marital affairs.  In fact in this part of the world some women are convinced that most if not all men cheat at some point in their relationships. It isn’t too clear why […]

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Book Review : Toke Makinwa’s “On Becoming”

 I love books and when I first heard about Toke’s book I was like “good for you!”, as anyone that has the discipline to sit down and write a book has my respect. However I was not sure I was going to read her book but at the end I am really glad I did! It gave me an insight into who Toke really is and I applaud her courage and strength. Yes Toke has her flaws like all of us, but she has kept her eyes on the goal and has been able to become the star she always wanted  to be. […]

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Jenny Chisom: A lady who loves real MEN!

Jenny is one blogger and content creator who stands out, not just in the FCT but nationwide. Since she started blogging she has created a niche for herself in the blogosphere and beyond. However apart from her educative and information filled blog what caught my attention is her love for men..not just any men but real men! She has decided to be voice for the menfolk and is commited to raising men who will make positive impact wherever they go. As a mother I believe that if women placed the same amount of commitment on raising good sons as they […]

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Mildred Kingsley-Okonkwo : A Lady who loves the Lord

Today we are speaking to the beautiful Pastor Mildred Kingsley- Okonkwo who co-pastors David Christian Centre (DCC) with her husband the debonair Kingsley Okonkwo. Mama as she is fondly known by many of the congregants has a soft spot for young women and finds expression through numerous programmes for women. Pastor Mildred kindly give us your brief bio? Born Mildred Isioma Chijide to Michael and Patricia Chijide. I’m the fifth child of six children. I was actually the baby of the family for five years till my younger sister came along and displaced me (laughs).  My mother was a teacher […]

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