Betty Irabor Recounts How Some People Were Too Concerned About Her Travel Class
Betty Irabor recently recounted her experience while travelling economy. Some Nigerians were genuinely concerned because she was not sitting in the first class section of an aeroplane. “Aunty Betty, were you downgraded,” someone asked, really concerned and perhaps outraged by the audacity of any airline to downgrade such a “high profile celebrity”. “No”. I shook…
Dust to Dew, memoir of a depressed soul
Depression happens to a lot of people. It is that feeling of being inadequate and weak inside. Dr. Olaokun Soyinka defines it, as “overwhelming feeling of pointlessness,” while Kadaria Ahmed says, is “a serious mood disorder, which affects how we feel, think and act.”
Aishah Ahmad, Ibukun Awosika, Betty Irabor, others share inspiring stories at ‘To my younger self’ book launch
It was a mega gathering of prominent business leaders and professionals in the country at the official launch of the book, To My Younger Self, which took place at Rele Gallery in Lagos last weekend.
Betty Irabor Unveils Cover Of New Book "Dust To Dew"
At a time when people are finding the courage to share their depression stories, Betty Irabor, founder of Genevieve Magazine, has written a book titled Dust To Dew on her struggles with depression as well as other issues thave has affected her life. I am So Excited to unveil the cover of my book 😁😁💃💃…
She Leads Africa, others shut down Lagos at 2018 #SLAYFestival
The second edition of She Leads Africa’s (SLA) SLAY Festival, which held last weekend at Tafawa Balewa Square, delivered as promised with educative and interactive stages...
‘People shouldn’t go into depression because they cannot make ends meet’
The media, they are hosting me today and I feel very privileged that they find me worthy of being celebrated at 60. I have been here for a long time and I thank God for attaining this age of wisdom,....
Media chiefs urge truth, integrity in journalism at Betty Irabor’s birthday
The keynote speaker, Dr. Abiola revealed that as a journalist, it was difficult to maintain integrity and even harder for a woman who is in a position of power.