The Starter Pack for Intentional Living : Guest Post by Somachi Kachikwu

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Somachi shares our first Guest post of this year on a very relevant topic,”Intentional Living”. We always hear people talk about being intentional in all they do and Soma breaks it down in what titled “The Starter Pack for Intentional Living” . Lets read and learn. A relationship with God : This is a no brainer , it is really important that we have an active relationship with God. I hear a lot of people complain that church attendance, prayer meetings, frequent prayers and general Christian fellowship are not necessary but the truth is you need to build, strengthen and deepen every relationship. Therefore those […]

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Mary Slessor – Lessons from a Queen indeed

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Mary Slessor is a true heroine and her impact was felt throughout south-eastern Nigeria. Many think all her work was focused on Calabar but that’s far from the truth. Although stationed in Calabar she moved to different areas and as a result killing of infant twins was wiped out all over the south eastern Nigeria.  In fact I only  recently learned that a friend’s mum and her twin brother from Abba in Anambra State were hidden for months to escape death until Mary’s influence came to bear. One striking thing about Mary was that she preached the Gospel in an endearing way – […]

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Nikki Khiran : Couturier Extraordinaire

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Nikki Khiran is a fashion label that has stood the test of time and the beautiful lady behind it is Nikki Khiran Odu. Nikki Khiran is a graduate of The London College of Fashion, where she majored in Fashion Design Technology, Nikki Odu Khiran came back to Nigeria and launched her design studio, Nikki Khiran Couture!Her signature style is ethereal opulence, and the NK woman connotes elegance,sensuality and mystery, she’s a modern woman, a global gypsy, sensual yet conservative, playful yet reserved and confident, she’s the ultimate lady!Her aesthetic sense is rooted in her African background, but a global western influence […]

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Lessons from Helen Keller : A blind woman with vision

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As a child I read the story of how Helen Keller learnt how to speak with the help of her devoted teacher and friend Anne Sullivan. The story was made into a childrens book and I was fascinated by the story of how she transformed form an almost feral child (due to her frustration at not being able to communicate) to a very accomplished lady. I still remember the illustration showing Helen putting her hands under a running tap and learning the word water. Helen Keller was a perfectly healthy child in 1880 but at the age of 18months contracted an illness […]

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Oluwatoyin Onigbanjo : Helping fussy eaters with August Secrets

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Oluwatoyin Onigbanjo is the founder of August Secrets, an online healthy baby and toddler food solutions company. Many mothers of young children have embraced Toyin’s philosophy of feeding babies with healthy foods creatively. This young entrepreneur is very driven and has made a name for herself in children food nutrition. Lets find out a bit about this inspiring woman. Toyin tell us a bit  about yourself My name is Toyin Onigbanjo, Founder of Augustsecrets Nigeria, a growing Nigerian company that makes creative baby & toddler meals & recipes from Nigerian foods.I have a Master Degree in Public & International Affairs […]

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Chigozie Chukwu : The Polished Vessel

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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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Esosa Ikolo : Fighting ignorance against TB!

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As we observe World Tuberculosis Day we will be talking to Esosa Ikolo– a writer and motivational speaker.  Her mission is an interesting and important one, to enlighten people about the world’s second biggest infectious disease killing one person a minute. Please give us your brief bio? My name is Esosa and I am passionate about helping others realise and utilise their potentials, to dream big and give life to their dreams so that they live a purpose-filled life. I also lead a health campaign called Be Enlightened about Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis- (B.E.E.P-TB). I’m a civil engineer and work as […]

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