A few weeks ago, I and my brother were having a conversation and somehow the conversation drifted to homosexuals, and he was like how on earth will a guy in his right mind be sleeping with another man? That it was disgusting.
One day he randomly asked me if I had listened to Falz new album, #moralinstruction, I was like yeah, I have. As a matter of fact, I was the one who introduced him to the album, because I believe it’s one of the best ever and has a lot of things we can learn from. That conversation ended like that. Read More »
Hello everyone, how has 2019 been for you so far? This post has been a long time coming and I’m happy I’m finally done with it. As some of you may know, I launched my first book Virginity under Attack on the 17th of November, 2018. I learnt a lot from the before, during and after publishing the book and planning the launch event.
I decided to share my lessons because I know you all will learn a lot and also get to see the behind the scenes of what was the most memorable day of my life so far. Read More »
I don’t know how many of you watch the popular web series Skinny Girl in transit (#SGIT) by Ndani TV. I stumbled upon it last two years and since then, I’ve been hooked.
In fact, I used to share the series on my blog up till season 4 you can check that here. After season 4 I became disappointed with the series and I told myself I wasn’t going to watch again because I felt, what else do they want to do? Read More »
Where do I start from? This was a year I was indifferent about. December 31st, 2017 I didn’t share the excitement of entering a new year. 2017 had just gone like blah. Nothing extraordinary happened, nothing changed. It had just come and gone. Read More »
No one would love your project or be passionate about your idea like you.
When I was preparing for my book launch, I heard all sorts of things, why did you take it to town, who will go to Abuja town from Gwagwalada (a suburb in Abuja), where’s the money for the launch, etc this is just a few (I’ll be writing what I learned from the experience very soon).
This was the question a Pastor Mentor asked me when I told him about my book. This was a question I’ve never really thought about, so when he asked me I was kinda taken aback and I had to think well before I gave him an answer.
What is my story? Why did a young single girl write a book on Virginity or I dare say sex? What was she thinking about? Does she have the experience to write such a book? Read More »