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January has almost come to an end, which translates to Money!! Money!! Money!!. After all that goat meat eating and Christmas jollification, the bank alert is pretty much welcome Yes please. Well, while it means that you can purchase those shoes you have been eyeing; this post is basically to help you make prudent financial… Continue reading Full Woman’s Guide to a “Greener” ($) (N) 2019
Nigeria as a nation is blessed with a rich cultural heritage. It is not just the diverse ethnic groups that make up the people, it is the tradition, customs and stories that abound when you walk across the earth. I do not know a lot about time travel (my sister however believes in it), I find myself asking what happened what was the story of the people that lived for example under colonial rule?. I had the opportunity years ago while still in the University of going to Calabar of visiting the Museum there. I know I kinda felt different when We were taken to the place that the Late Oba Ovoranmen Nogbaisi was kept as a prisoner for defying the British Colonial Government and standing up to their self imposed governance of the people who did not ask them to govern them in the first place.
The fact that…
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If you had a wish what would you ask for? You know at birthday parties just before you cut your cake. You are asked to blow out candles and make a wish. So if you are asked today what would you wish for what would be your response?
I have decided to list my wishes.( don’t judge don’t judge. It’s called a wish for a reason).
1. I wish I could see God physically. You know like I can see other people.
2. I wish Adam had never eaten that Apple and Eve hadn’t been deceived.
3. I wish I could go to an Island all by myself. ( Zanzibar) and just get a room by the beach. That I can see the sunrise and sunset. My cousin has disowned me since as I made her interested and I am yet to plan this trip. Walk barefooted by the beach.
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Abieyuwa Ukponmwan, had no prior knowledge, or any intuition of what would occur in court that Monday morning. She had woken up at 5am, said her prayers, and then she wore her trainers and went on her early morning run around the Estate where she lived. She tucked her hair under her scarf, headphones over… Continue reading THE JUDGE
At the time of writing this the last of the goat meat from Christmas has officially been eaten.🤣🤣 My nieces have gone back to their respective homes, and I sure do miss one of them who I basically "auntied" over to bring my Bag, shoes, and anything I forgot in my room. The second one… Continue reading A Lil Bit of This And That!<meta name="google-site-verification"