This would be the second book I’ve finished reading this month and the second time I’m reading this particular book. Just like the first time, I closed the last page with a big heave. I mean,
Hello family, Welcome to October. This month, I’m going to do a couple of single posts, revolving around some lessons I’ve learnt over the past twenty years of my life. This first one is on
Hi guys, today, I’m going to be sharing a friend’s story with you. Her name is Abiodun and she is a colleague at work. I must say this, Abiodun was really keen on my posting her story, partly because
When I asked my darling P. Kech if she would like to feature in our series and share something with us, she was very willing. One of the many things I love about her. She
Hello! Trust your week is going great? So, last week, we had Fisayomi share her story with us. Today, we’ve got another story from someone very special, even though she has requested to be anonymous.
First, I would love to express a hearty ‘thank you’, wrapped with loads of kisses to Fisayomi Ajayi for accepting to share this story with us. I must say this, Fisayomi is one of OAU’s
Got this beautiful picture from the page of woman I really, really admire. Her name is Funto Ibuoye. She is also the convener of the annual women’s conference – ‘Becoming’. One of the speakers last
“I read somewhere that we, as humans, are earthen vessels of clay and without much reasoning, I immediately agreed to the truth of that statement. Of all the things an object could be made out