The year was 2012, December precisely. I was on my way to Lagos for a friend’s wedding, the journey wasn’t convenient, but I had to be there. I was to be a bridesmaid at the wedding.
I set out on a Friday which unfortunately was a day when RCCG was holding their convention. Because of this programme there was a heavy traffic on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. Read More »
I recently heard the story of a lady who three months after her wedding, discovered that her best friend who was also her chief bride’s maid was pregnant for her husband. In her shock she confronted her husband and instead of being sorry, he didn’t apologise, neither was he remorseful. As far as he was concerned, it wasn’t a big deal. Read More »
Hello everyone so this is day 2 of my Lagos leave series. Today’s gist is even sweeter than yesterday’s, as I learnt some new things about Lagos. Day 2 was a Saturday and my itinerary for the day was to attend a family wedding. I was coming from Satellite town otherwise known as Navy Town (I had no idea how far that place was). Omo Navy town is far, it’s like a journey within a state. The wedding was to take place at Oregun, ikeja.
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As some of you may know, I am a baker or at least I love to bake; and I have realized in this world of baking, it can take you hours and hours of work. Work especially in the area of decorations.
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