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You Can't Be Everywhere

We finished a fashion course in my class about a month ago, and our lecturer started a ‘moment of truth’ for everyone. It was interesting. To say the least. 435 more words

Is your child safe in the right hands? who are auxiliary nurses.

Most private hospitals are owned by medical doctors in the country, hence the masses sometimes find themselves put in-between hands of well-paid certified medical practitioners and quack auxiliary nurses paid between 20-25 thousand naira to carry out medical procedures and administration of the professional service of a general nurse. 678 more words

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Happy December too, tis the season to be jolly…fra la la la la la la la la !!

Lol okay, lets be serious. 360 more words


Nigerian Small Businesses And The No-Plan Plan

Seeing the volume of small businesses and start-ups that surface in Nigeria almost on a daily basis, it’s pretty surprising even to the casual observer that there are not a lot of Nigerian small businesses that make the transition into truly successful businesses. 910 more words


3 Idiots: 5 things I learned

I had a lecturer who once said that whenever he gets home, he goes straight to the sitting room to feel the television’s temperature, that way he could tell if his wife had been watching TV (watching movies) all day. 776 more words


Preference vs Ignorance 

I was scrolling down my timeline on Facebook one day when I saw a post that struck a nerve. The post read, “I’m not saying your baby mama ugly but she look real African.” I was immediately bothered and began to have flash backs. 674 more words

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Guest Feature: Grace Alex || Beauty behind 'GAFA' (Sandal-ville)

It’s almost impossible to talk about GAFA Footwear NG without starting from the beginning. Not when this brand became, nahh!  I am talking about the very beginning; the initiator and creator or, in this case CEO, because, … 1,035 more words