What I Have Learned From Human Interactions 

More often than not, I’ve been enjoying adulting, I get to keep learning, unlearning and evolving as a human. There’s always a lesson to be learned, even in the simplest of things, interactions or thoughts. A little story….. Because I’m scared (not exactly the right word but phew…) that my grades might fall this semester, […]

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Here’s Why You Haven’t Been Creative Lately

  -WHEN LAST WERE YOU CREATIVE? So, I’m making conversation with a new friend I met on Instagram and the conversation switches to the concept of creativity and how it has been undervalued in the Nigerian market. I found this appalling that little or no value is attached to creatives in the market and they […]

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Beautiful Girls Feel Ugly Too.

I am beautiful. I know this everyday I look into the mirror and I get whistled at, by boys and men alike when I walk past them on the street. But I didn’t always feel beautiful, it took me hard work and will power to be confident enough in my beauty. I was insecure.  Growing […]

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To The Ugly Girls

I remember talking with Chioma* and she mentioned about a girl on facebook, who is ugly. I started to tell her, that no girl is ugly and she kept saying she is UGLY. But it got me thinking, I am a fine girl, and honestly I don’t know how it feels to be ugly. I […]

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Why Tech Is Important To A Business

Last week, I attended a two day Google I/O extended 2017 event, a sub division of a Google Developers Group hosted by the Start Innovation Hub. Being in a gathering with like minded people, tech enthusiasts, app and android developers, software developers, web designers, web developers, tech-preneurs and  bloggers, helped me to learn and grow. […]

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What It Means To Be Nigerian

 I don’t try to hide it. I have a Nigerian accent. People who think they have an opinion about my life, walk up to me, and say that I need to work on my accent, that I have to sound more American, because yeah I went to school and I’m too cute to have a […]

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Black Oppression Is A Myth

“They can put chains over your body but never let them put them on your mind”- Roots In the movie, Roots, Kinta Kunta said, to his daughter, “I’m raising you to be a warrior to stay free”. For centuries, black people have been discriminated, segregated, and ostracized by the white man. Racism was deeply ingrained […]

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