You can find what you want in life; it’s on the flip side of fear
We are born with two types of fear; the fear of loud noises and falling, and as children we like and want change. However, when we grow older we seem to prefer to hold onto things and not welcome ...
IWOW, FUZION fitness seek support for autism, breast cancer and depression
Inspired Women of Worth (IWOW), in partnership with FUZION Fitness Centre, is organising a “Safari Zumbathon” in support of Autism, Breast Cancer and Depression awareness (ABCD).
A new online parenting platform debuts
A major highlight of the website is the fabmum of the month column which currently beams the spotlight on outstanding Nigerian mothers and wives who have excelled in their respective fields of endeavor.
Lagos government urges men to lead fight against domestic violence
The Lagos State Government on Thursday flagged off a one-month long awareness campaign against all forms of domestic and sexual violence crimes, just as it urged the men folk to lead the quest to put an end to the menace.
‘People should be aware of need for genetic testing’
Sickle Cell Matters, she says, is aimed at breaking the stigma attached to the disorder, which has robbed people living with the condition of access to healthcare, family support, medical advancement and resources.
Get passed the excuses that hold you back with your life
I hate my job, but it would be absolute madness handing in my notice”, “No one ever helps me” and so on blah blah blah… When you listen to people, as they narrate their stories, you will hear the different excuses...
Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede debuts podcasts to answer those gnawing questions. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede debuts new Podcast available worldwide titled ASK Y. In this podcast she touches upon many interesting ...
Justina Abdul Lateef: Importance of alumni associations
Justina Abdul Lateef is the president of Airforce Secondary School, Makurdi Alumni Association and works in the telecommunications sector. She shares her passion and journey into ensuring that the alumni thrive.