When Seunbabara reached out to me to speak at the WholesomeGirl Network Conference this year, I was very excited about it. This was partly because I had been invited to the network before and I
I’ve been writing this post for a while now, and for some reason, I’ve been fighting a restrain in my heart to share it. For one, I wasn’t sure how much of my private experiences
I told a friend a few days ago that I am currently not in a happy place. It’s been like that for a few weeks now. One day maybe, I’ll tell you the story of
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
CHARACTER FLAWS One of the most significant events that marked my last days at the university was the forum my roommates organized for the final year students. We were asked questions, told to share our