In case you missed it, the last time posted, here’s a compilation of some of our favourite moments from Season 1 of Life of a Nigerian Couple for your viewing pleasure.
Shot by Director Extraordinare, Adeola Osunkojo, CEO of 8th Day TV, the show has been on Ebony Life, ONTV among other stations, it has even reviewed by Harvard! It’s now on Ibaka TV, check it out on ibakatv.com.
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That we live in interesting times is no news. On one end, a woman has a fighting chance at being the most powerful individual in the world – a world of both men and women. In the exact same season, an African leader is ‘joking’ with gender issues on an international podium, right before a female head of government in a first world country.
I await the US Presidential elections with as much anticipation as everyone else. I’m with her, by the way, and as I watch the umpteenth Trump vs Hilary debate or video or read the latest commentary about another women or girls’ rights group or initiative in the news, a familiar, jaded feeling overwhelms me. When is humanity going to get over all the Gender crap?
I doubt there exists a woman on earth whose ears doesn’t perk at the mention of shopping. We all like to shop, well almost all of us; and you should see ladies coming out of stores armed with bags and looking utterly victorious (they just won the war of bargaining, Lol!). I love a good buy, it is almost therapeutic but the major issue of every shopping spree is – I hear you Ladies – the cash, especially these days.
Keeping up with the latest trends can be mighty exhausting on you and your ATM, the hard truth is, trends evolve, as quickly as can be. Splurging on an item here or there will not immediately break the bank, but week after week and months on, they all add up, as will your bills and debts. Want to exude style without dipping into your reserves? Here’s how:
Quick, light dinner idea for Dodo lovers who want to switch things up a bit. Sweet Potato + Dodo = SweetDodo! Talented food blogger, Bola Bello is back…
I would like to ask how can one manage and regulate blood pressure for a recovering stroke patient.
“You are the captain of your ship, the driver of your destiny, the master of your fate” (Lanre Olusola)
Lanre Olusola, The Catalyst needs no introduction.He is recognized as one of Africa’s Premier Life, Mind, Emotions and Behavioral Change Coaches who works with individuals and organizations to transition from where they are to where they desire to be.
From his Academy to his Daily Affirmations to his The Money Book to Seminars/Workshops, TV and Radio shows and of course, his social media platforms, his catalytic effect is felt across the world. His Client base ranges from the World Bank to Ebony Life TV to the Nigerian Government.
In this interview with Ayodotun, he drops several critical truths on living… Long read but worth it.
Ila Alasepo, Seafood Okra, call it what you want – it is one of the easiest and quickest soups to make-a lot of people seem to love this soup. The actual cooking process takes less than 15 minutes. Everyone should try it.