Reasons You Should Never Go Into Business With Family

Starting a business isn’t an easy venture. It takes planning and a lot of money. Did Well, it takes that an hundred of other things to turn a start-up dream into a real life business. In an effort to save money, and surround themselves with people they trust, a person will ask for the assistance

Weekend Family celebrations and happenings

So its a week to Christmas believe it or not. This season is always filled with activities from weddings to birthdays and various celebrations and hangouts and most important is family bonding. Here are some of our top selected cool collections for this week ….. Enjoy and congratulations to all intending couples For more details

Pof Wole Soyinka’s Noble Laureate Prize by Oloye Lekan Alabi

Nostalgic Weekend Stories DATELINE: 31 YEARS AGO TODAY (SUNDAY, 16TH DECEMBER, 1986) IN ESA-OKE, OF THE OLD OYO STATE, BUT NOW IN PRESENT DAY STATE OF OSUN, NIGERIA. A FORMER GOVERNOR OF OLD OYO STATE AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL AND MINISTER OF JUSTICE OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, THE LATE CHIEF ’BOLA IGE, HOSTED HIS BOSOM

The Nigerian Vegetable Soup Edikang Ikong

The Nigerian Edikang Ikong soup or simply Vegetable Soup is native to the Efiks, people from Akwa Ibom and Cross River states of Nigeria. It is a general notion that the Edikang Ikong soup is very nutritious and this is very much so. Prepared with a generous quantity of pumpkin leaves and water leaves, this

Top 5 Christmas traditions from around Nigeria

Christmas in Nigeria is a huge celebration for all the citizens, not only those who belong to the Christian faith. A lot of people travel home to their villages and the families who remain in town, come together to celebrate and have fun. From long parties on Christmas eve to caroling, feasting, and gift-giving, high

Do you get offended when called “Mrs.”

How do you feel when someone calls you a “Mrs.” when you’re still single? Do you get offended? How do you feel? It’s only women that have this dilemma. Men in the other hand have a neutral title of “Mr.” if he is married or not.   Here’s the story from a woman I know

Women Crush Wednesday- Nigeria’s Bobsled Team.

When you are the first person to do something, there is no blueprint. Thirty years after a few men from Jamaica made bobsledding history, a new geographical barrier will fall for the sport at the 2018 Winter Olympics. No African country has represented the sport of bobsled at the Winter Olympics, but that’s about to

12-year-old  becomes the youngest person on Forbes 30 

 A 12-year-old feminist and author has become the youngest person to make it to the Forbes 30 under 30 list. Marley Dias, an African-American activist and feminist has always been outspoken and passionately goes after what she believes in, which is equality of the sexes and races. She launched a campaign called #1000BlackGirlBooks in November 2015,

Reasons to Make and Keep Holiday Traditions

As soon as the calendar turns to December, my family starts craving Christmas meals, so we set aside one night when everyone’s home to prepare all we’ll need for our Christmas dishes. We use the same recipe my grandmother used when we were all growing up. December is full of these kinds of family traditions.

Harmattan Essentials for EVERY Family

When the air is dusty, the sun is scorching and getting out of bed in the morning is a struggle because of the cold, then you know for sure that the Harmattan season is back! The dry season is slowly creeping back in (although most northern and eastern states in Nigeria have started to experience

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