Happiness is an entitlement I owe myself, I deserve to be happy.
Good evening everyone, remember I announced sometime ago that I would be interviewing myself on the spotlight this month and I asked you guys to ask me any questions you would like to know about me. So true to my words, I have compiled all the questions and I have tried my best to answer all the questions. I hope you guys get to know me better through this.
Continue reading “Spotlight With Aminatawa: Aminat Sanni-Kamal”
It’s almost morning, so I don’t know if it is appropriate to say good evening. Anyway, I greet you all.
Let me make this announcement brief because sleep is inside my eyes already. This month, the spotlight will be on me. If you are familiar with my blog, you will know that the spotlight/interview section has featured strong and daring women like, Kiru Taye, Salmah Abdulsalam, Demi Akin and more recently Barakah Bashir and Ohotu Ogbeche. This is just to mention a few. It’s quite unfortunate that you may no longer find the oldest interviews on the blog because I once deleted all my blog posts and when I tried to restore them, all the files were gone. I still have the older interviews on my laptop and one day I’ll find time to put them all back. Continue reading “Special Announcement And A Request!!!”
This month’s spotlight is on Ohotu Margaret-Mary Ogbeche, founder of Coloured Africa, a platform that is passionate about people of colour. Ohotu is a friend and a “learning colleague” she is the perfect example of beauty and brains. I’m sure you must have heard about Coloured Africa everywhere on various social media platforms, now it is time to know the force behind Coloured Africa. Continue reading “Spotlight With Aminatawa: Ohotu Ogbeche”
Hey people, just as I promised, I’m bringing back all your favourite interviews. I decided to start with my personal favorite Salmah.
Continue reading “Throwback Thursday: Spotlight Interview with Salmah Barbie Abdulsalam “
Hooray, The Interview Section is back!!!
This month’s spotlight is on Barakah Bashir, a medical student, a Lifestyle blogger (barakahsthoughts.com.ng), a community development worker and and a freelance writer amongst other things that she does. She has strong passion for girl child advocacy and she is big on self-empowerment.
1. How and why did you start blogging?
Prior to getting into medical school, I was Involved in a lot of activities, but on getting into medical school things just became over whelming and depressing because as much as wanting to become a doctor makes me happy, there are loads of other things that makes me happy one of which is writing, Which I had abandoned for a while, So on this faithful evening, I felt I had so much to say, so I grabbed my journal but then I said to myself, “How about sharing it with the world instead”….The rest they say is history…
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