The Inspiring Advice from Lafiya Lifestyle Expo

I attended Lafiya Lifestyle Expo by She Leads Africa at Sarius Plametum in Abuja. It was an interactive event where several topics were discussed. There were talks and discussions on the art of balancing your work and personal life. There were talks on how to be healthy and how to build and establish your business […]

Eight Things You Don’t Know About Me

For this post, I’m sharing some things such as my experiences, my interests, dreams and my fears. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it as you get to know me a bit more. Some things you might not know about me include…… I’m a Romantic I’m a sucker for romance and cheesy films. This is not […]

The Expat Life as the Diplomat’s Kid

I can’t escape people asking me about my accent. When I was in America, people asked me where I’m from because of my accent. Now back in Nigeria, I still get asked the same question. This question always leads me to have to explain that yes, I didn’t completely grow up in Nigeria. I had […]

Behind the Lens with Emeka of Dkinboss Studios Inc.

To be a creative entrepreneur is not an easy endeavor for it requires a level of dedication, drive and consistency. To be a creative entrepreneur is to think outside the box. To be open to the new and unfamiliar. To push and stretch yourself to expand your horizon. Emeka Ihekweazu lives and breathes such creativity. […]

Is Nigeria’s National Youth Service Worth it?

On April 12, Batch A, Stream 1 corps members of the National Youth Service Corps in FCT, Abuja completed their year of service. I was part of the batch that has completed the NYSC program. As NYSC has come to a conclusion, I can’t help but reflect on the experience and express why I have […]

Why You Should Shop for Ankara Material

Living in Abuja can be quite expensive. You can spend amounts such as 5,000, 10,000 or more naira quickly. That’s why we have to be cautious with our spending. Looking good doesn’t mean it’s worth being broke. That’s one of the reasons why I shop for Ankara wear. It is affordable, has a unique style […]

Sekinat Sanni on Creating a Platform of Empowerment

Sekinat Sanni is an entrepreneur who started her journey to entrepreneurship through her blog. Her blog at SekinaSanni is a channel that is aimed at empowering, influencing and coaching women and men. Her site is geared towards embracing personal development and self-growth globally. In addition to personal development, she’s also interested in the field of […]

To the Nigerian Woman

To the Nigerian Woman, In spite of what our society and culture emphasizes, let’s remember, we are not solely defined by marital status. Marriage is a great bond and commitment made for lifelong companionship, not the ultimate conquest. For the mothers, regardless of what you hear, believe that having the girl first or only girls […]

A Year After..What Life in Nigeria is Really Like

Last year March, I was packing up to move from my life in New York. I said my goodbyes to friends over lunches and dinners. I hung out with my brothers. Then, it was time to make flight preparations and travel back to Nigeria. The flight experience was long but interesting. You can read about […]

Isaac Jude on Leading the Nigerian Youth to Great Heights

Leaders bring a group of people together for a common goal and vision. Leaders guide. Leaders instill hope. Leadership is about impact, influence and inspiration. Issac Jude started leading from the university. He was in his second year at The Federal University Of Technology Minna when the idea to create K-Patriots emerged. K-Patriots is a […]