Caro, aka DIY, had brunch with her friends in our restaurant for the first time in her life. She loved the experience so much that she looks further to dining out with her friends. On Mondays, Caro and her friends chill and relax to our slow jazz from way back, after their 9-5. On Tuesdays, … Continue reading Restaurant X
It's been a long-gloomy week. Let's unwind and rest a little. We all deserve it. ❤🇳🇬
#endpolicebrutality #endoppression The labours of our heroes past shall never be in vain. To serve with heart and might. One nation bound in freedom, peace, and unity. ✊🏽🇳🇬🇳🇬 Proudly a Nigerian youth.Part of the Nigerian National Anthem
Kids find their first, second, or even third role models in a parent, favourite school teacher, or superheroes. I found my first in Mum; I wanted to be a badass baker just like her. Mum started baking at the age of Nine. By the time she was married with kids in their early teenage years, … Continue reading A slice of sconish-cake and a cup of coffee
Our voices have finally been heard; I'm proud of what we have achieved. Our #EndSARS campaign was not in vain, with one voice we spoke and we were heard. Disbanding SARS (Special Anti-robbery Squad) however, is not enough. Removing rotting tomatoes from a basket and redistributing them into baskets of fresh tomatoes will not magically … Continue reading Not Enough: end police brutality in Nigeria
We have done well in keeping ourselves and loved ones safe. Don't give up now. The race is not over. We are gradually nearing the final lap of the race.
Hello All😃, Big thanks to Think Talk for nominating me for the Liebster Blogger Award. I admire her love for Basketball. Here's a link to her blog: https://think-talk.org/ She is witty and fun. The Rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.Answer the 10 questions below.Nominate 11 other bloggers.Ask … Continue reading My First Liebster Blogger Award
Kene gave an ardour thanks to God, as he thought of all these as a miracle. Of course, Victoria knew it was no miracle.
The two masquerade trees on either side of Nachi’s gate were swaying grudgingly to the rhythm of the wind. Their reluctant movement looked ominous, like a foretelling of something sinister to come...
September 1st caused great anxiety to the couple living at No.29 Bellomo Avenue. The school fees were due, and the house rent had to be renewed. Mr. Doublar's messages were becoming less professional and more threatening. Before the couple defaulted on their repayment plan, Mr. Doublar would end his reminders with "thank you for choosing … Continue reading What went wrong in Bellomo Avenue?