The grand unveiling - Part 3
When I got to the main gate, I almost didn’t recognize Chigozie. He looked… unkempt.
The grand unveiling - Part 1
On the flight back to Lagos, I wondered why I hadn’t considered going somewhere really far. It would have bought me more time before my father could have me retrieved and shipped back to him at home.
Rosemary could not have been working alone. How would she have made it to the airport to collect the cash from Jaiyeola with the officers stationed in your house? We have confirmed she was home the whole time.
TAWC marks 55th Anniversary
The American Women’s Club held a celebration recently at EVE Restaurant, Victoria Island to highlight its achievements in their 55 years of existence. The event welcomed new members, returning members and their guests.
There is nothing like family, or a good support system to count on in your time of need. If not for the presence of my family and TK’s family, I don’t know how I would have remained sane.
Clinton and ‘Sisters’
Some of the world’s most irrepressible womenstare out in neat rows from the walls of Annie Leibovitz’s latest photo exhibit. Among them is Hillary Clinton, pictured above the words: “Never, never, never give up.”
I was bored stiff. Tunji was still out of town, Onyeka was swamped with client meetings and Tosin had fallen off the surface of the earth…as usual. I couldn’t wait for the wedding to be over so I could figure out the next phase of my life.
V4C Conference for men on gender equality holds November 2
In line with the goal of reinforcing men’s commitment to take action for women’s rights and gender equality, Voices for Change (V4C), a non-governmental organisation, is planning a two-day conference for about 300 men drawn from