HERE’S WHAT YOU SHOULD BE READING IN 2021 AND BEYOND

When was the last time you read a good book? In our highly technological world, reading on the go has been made super easy with all kinds of devices and downloads, except for those of us who still really prefer flipping through the pages or the smell of a book, I kid. Reading for fun…

April 17, 2021
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COVID-19 AND MEMORY TEA: HOW TO HELP MUM’S BRAIN By Rashidat Raji MSc Pharma & Herbalist

Brain Awareness Week– Are you looking after Mom’s Thinking Box… More than 9 out of 10 us will agree that brain health is important, right? .. However, only 1 out of 10 of us , really know ways to maintain or improve it. It not uncommon to forget people’s names or where you last left…

March 15, 2021
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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP: ACHIEVING AN EQUAL FUTURE IN A COVID WORLD

  Having experienced the first few months of 2021, I am sure we all can agree that it is safe to say that 2020 was a hell of a rollercoaster. Till date the whole world is still trying to understand the pandemic, how did the covid-19 virus take over our world? To re-define the different spheres…

March 8, 2021
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THE BRAVE ONES BY HAMID GBAWURU MARAH

The Brave Ones (The Braves) When cowards will run away Scrambling in search of easy ways True men will stay. They appreciate doing it the hard way They never stop believing as to a true God they pray Steadfast; their conviction, principles and values never sway They will lift their heads up to their mighty…

March 1, 2021
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IT IS A NEW YEAR, AND SO WHAT?

We have started a new year and like every year, it is a tradition to set goals and make new year’s resolutions. It is more of a tradition now than anything else really, but the truth is, it is no different than any other day. Like every other day in the previous year, nothing changes…

January 12, 2021
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MY UNFORTUNATE ENCOUNTERS WITH EMOTIONALLY UNAVAILABLE MEN 

A true-life story, the author prefers to remain anonymous.

December 4, 2020
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AN AFRICAN QUEEN: DEFINES THE PROMISE OF A RAINBOW BABY

Kaata Minah, wanted a second child. This was supposed to be easy, get pregnant, have a baby, raise the child. Sadly everything did not pan out as told in classic novels, it became an emotional roller coaster. In Part One, we spoke about the background leading to the story , our mission in raising awareness…

October 23, 2020
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A RAINBOW BABY STORY: AS TOLD BY AN AFRICAN QUEEN

A rainbow baby is a baby born after a miscarriage, stillborn, or neonatal death.  It is called a rainbow baby because it is like a rainbow after a storm: something beautiful after something scary and dark. Every year, Since 2002 the 9th -15th  October is termed Baby Loss Awareness Week . This aims to raise awareness about…

October 15, 2020
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KEY REASONS WHY ABUSE IS STILL A MAJOR PROBLEM FOR AFRICANS

Victims live among us like an average child or adult. Sometimes they cause attractions through drunkenness, mental illness or other vital behaviours. Most don’t tell their stories, and often time we learn about their lives through whispers and gossips. We have a trained culture of silence and disgrace in public. As Africans, we were always…

October 14, 2020
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INSPIRING LIFE LESSONS FROM A REAL LIFE HERO: CHADWICK BOSEMAN

  “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.”……… Christopher Reeve Facing a personal challenge or fighting a silent battle is not alien to anyone. Don’t we all have them? Sometimes, life gives you ice cream and sometimes, it’s lemons, and before you say…

September 8, 2020
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