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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Chigozie Chukwu : The Polished Vessel

Normally I focus on Women but as a mother of young sons I am also quite passionate about inspiring men as well! Thus when the debonair Chigozie Chukwu told me his story of persistence in the midst of incredible difficulty, I immediately took interest. Lets learn a little about this young man who presents two of his books in a few days. The first book titled “The Polished Vessel” is about his life journey while the second  is about a subject he excelled in during his undergraduate days, “Econometrics Amplified“. Tell us about your self and what you are passionate […]

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Interview with Obodo Oyinbo TV: Being a good house guest

So Bridget Ekpo is this awesome lady I went to University with (Great Ife!) and apart from being a passionate social worker she has also created a YouTube channel called ObodoOyinbo TV. Though her channel Bridget aims to educate Africans both at home and abroad. She has all sorts of interesting topics and decided to ask me a few tips on how to be a good house guest abroad. This is really a good topic as summer holidays are here and a lot of people have already made their travel planes. Here is the video interview and some of my answers […]

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Love Idoko : Activating Success with Passion

  Love Idoko is  an event planner, publisher, and a motivational speaker.  Though originally from Kogi State she calls Benue her home. This Micro Biology graduate of Kogi State University is also the host of “Activating Success” on AIT , a show where she interviews a host of inspirational persons. Lets get up close and personal with the lovely Love! Love please tell us about your growing up years. I was born to the Family of Late Hon Justice Alhassan Idoko and Evang Lydia Idoko. I am the last born in the family. I was an introvert, very shy and quiet. However, I […]

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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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Breastfeeding tips for the working Mum

For every Mum one of the most important issues is ensuring our children are happy and healthy that’s why I  write quite a few posts on children’s nutrition and parenting . There’s not point reaching the highest heights in your chosen field and having children who are not well nourished in body, spirit and soul. When it comes to our infants most mothers choose breast milk and it makes all the sense in the world. You see, mothers milk is tailor made for your infant and is simply the best nutrition your little one can get. However despite my strong […]

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