Coping with nannies and househelps
The tales of what working Mums go through with the “necessary evils” called Nannies or if you want, domestic helps are all too familiar so I would not even bother going into details of their shenanigans…
Eight things you should know about cervical cancer
Cervical cancer is the second most widespread cancer in females in Nigeria with a mortality rate of 22.9 deaths per 100,000 women totalling about 10,000 deaths from cervical cancer in a year.
Infrequent repeat offender
Meet our Agony Aunt Ego. Like most women there are two sides to Ego. Let’s call her warm side Lady Ego the good girl who could very much be your pastor’s wife or the doting big sister you never had. She’s loving, level headed, polite, pleasant, always diplomatic, and sympathetic. She’s the voice of reason…
#FemaleInNigeria: women share perspectives on being female in Nigeria
Being a Nigerian woman is a mixture of different emotions. In some ways, our history continues to be written. We are on a journey.
One key question single ladies must ask themselves Part 1
As a single lady, there are series of questions you tend to ask yourself while trying to figure out if the person you are dating is ‘The One’. I find that without the insight and guidance of a relationship counselor ...
Are you doing too much
I was in an office not too long ago when an urgent task came up. After the usual scramble to have the task taken up and proving who could perform better under pressure, the superior officer selected a male...
Raising children in today’s world
As we may have all noticed in recent times, raising children can be very demanding. We have all sorts of outside forces, seen and unseen competing for the attention of parents and children alike.
WIMBIZ expresses support for Gender and Equal Opportunities Bill
WIMBIZ, a Nigeria-based non-profit organisation, has expressed its disappointment at the rejection of the Gender and Equal Opportunities Bill by the Nigerian Senate