NAIJA People

How To Get Into Fashion Blogging: Q & A with Opeyemis Diary

Often we enjoy browsing the feed of our favourite influencers. It’s fun to see the different outfits and settings displayed in their pictures. But behind the scenes, there is a lot of work that goes into the content creation process. For my latest interview, I sat down with a fashion blogger.

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Nigeria At 59: What I Appreciate About Being Nigerian

Today, Nigeria turns 59. Though there are numerous challenges that our country needs to tackle, there are still some things that are singular and prominent about Nigeria and it’s people.

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The Self-Discovery Project: How To Tell Your Story On Social Media

Life Media Group hosted a training at Ventures Park on Content Creation: Carving a Niche and Maximizing the Social Media Space.

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Thoughts On Xenophobia In South Africa

It’s unfortunate to read of such stories on Xenophobia. It’s unfortunate to know of the stigma put on Nigerians. Our people are often cast aside globally and now within the continent.

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Getting Through Your First Long Flight

Travelling long distances is not easy but you can get through it. I have some tips that should make the journey a little less exhausting.

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The Impact of Faith In Your Life: Q & A with Sarah Audu

I interviewed Sarah Audu, a communications professional and fashion and faith blogger. For our conversation, we discuss Christianity and the impact and role it plays in your life.

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What You Should Know If You Haven’t Been To Nigeria

It’s been two years that I’ve been back in Nigeria and so, I have a Vlog for You. If you haven’t been back in a while or are visiting Nigeria for the first time, here’s what you should know.

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Henry Chiagozie on How To Get A Job In Nigeria

I sat down with Henry Chiagozie, Business Reporter with Africa Independent Television to discuss youth employment in Nigeria. Through our interview, Henry shares his experience and insight. You’ll find out that there is more to getting jobs in Nigeria than simply “connections.”

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Blogger Collab: My Mental Health Story & How I Deal with It

From my childhood to teenage years, I’ve felt a deep sense of emptiness and loneliness in my life. Now, it doesn’t mean I’m always alone. It doesn’t mean that I haven’t found what matters to me. It doesn’t mean that I don’t love or know myself. It’s just what I’ve felt. There’s been that certain […]

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Reflections from My Flight Back To Nigeria

A short narrative of my flight and drive from New York to arrive in Nigeria.

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