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Month: November 2016

BRITISH COUNCIL’S “GO WOMAN GO” (GWG) BUILDING WRAP PROJECT LAUNCH

BRITISH COUNCIL’S “GO WOMAN GO” (GWG) BUILDING WRAP PROJECT LAUNCH

And that was how I got an invitation letter from the British Council to be part of the Press Preview event and Building Wrap Launch, as a media personality. Basically, the “Go Woman Go” Project, being one of the ongoing more than 30 projects programmed by the British Council as part of the UK/Nigeria 2015/2016 arts work season, is a visual arts outdoor installation project in the form of a building wrapped with a specially designed and fabricated textile material….

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“AFRICAN TIME”?

“AFRICAN TIME”?

Everyone has a daily schedule, which mainly revolves around activities such as: going to school, work, place of worship, attending meetings & fora, going for shopping or to the market, delivering services to clients, making calls, doing the laundry, honoring of different types of invitation, exercising and keeping fit, cooking, bible reading, praying, eating, sleeping; without following any particular pattern. You know best how you do it, it’s personal. Granted, sometimes, other unplanned circumstances and situations are capable of thwarting…

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SEX EDUCATION – WHEN?

SEX EDUCATION – WHEN?

Our present mummies and daddies, when was the first time you heard of the word “SEX”? Perhaps, the particular year you got married or even in your husband’s house. Let’s be realistic and true to ourselves. It’s high time we discussed this matter because it would save us a whole lot of life mistakes and mishaps. In the 80’s, 70’s, 60’s and beyond, “SEX” was one prohibited word to mention in any home. It was a taboo to say it,…

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