Paternity Fraud in Nigeria

Hello everyone, I hope we all had a great holiday, today I will like to talk about Paternity fraud. Before I delve into my thoughts about this trending topic, let’s define what Paternity fraud is.

Paternity fraud is the pretence that a man is the legitimate and biological father of a child. It usually occurs when a woman deliberately misidentifies a man as the biological and legitimate father of her child. This fraudulent act led the man to believe a biological connection with a child of another man and sometimes remain undetected for several years. In most cases, women are often aware that the presumed biological father is not genetically linked with the child. Read More »

Lessons from #SGIT5

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 »

This is not the Season for Fornication

I have no intention of scaring you on this lovely day, but I came across some really heartbreaking statistics about Nigeria which I feel compelled to share. When I read the statistics I became burdened about the state of morality in our country Nigeria.

Fact 1: Nigeria has the second largest HIV epidemic in the world and one of the highest rates of new infection in sub-Saharan Africa.

The size of Nigeria’s population means 3.1 million people were living with HIV in 2017. Read More »

Flee away from temptation.

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A few years ago, I went to visit my friend impromptu. I got to her house, knocked on the door but her brother answered.

In front of me was a hot piece of caramel ice cream. He had sexy eyes, muscular body, complete six packs, Jesus I couldn’t get my eyes off his body. In fact I wanted to run my hands over his abs and feel his muscle. Jeezzzz. Read More »

How I learned to Overcome the fear of Love & Relationships

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In a Whatsapp group I belong to, someone shared a story of how she’s afraid to have a relationship; a relationship in this sense; between a man & a woman.

At the time she shared her fears, I didn’t comment because I felt other people had done justice to her question.

But thinking about it later, I wish I had because I had once been that girl and sometimes I am still that girl who once feared the opposite sex, going into relationships, getting married, the whole nine yards. Read More »