What Does It Mean To Be A Good Woman?

What comes to your mind, when you hear the term “Good Woman”? For instance if you hear someone say “Ada is a Good Woman.” Without knowing who “Ada” is, what qualities do you think makes Ada a “Good Woman”? Continue reading “What Does It Mean To Be A Good Woman?”

Someone I Know Is About To Lose A Good Woman

Yes, Someone I know, is about to lose a good woman.

There’s this man and his wife, they started dating in the university and got married right after Uni, even though they were both jobless at the time. I think it had something to do with her getting pregnant and all. Continue reading “Someone I Know Is About To Lose A Good Woman”

Spotlight With Aminatawa: Ohotu Ogbeche

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”

Marriage, Blood and Sacrifices

Someone said yesterday that as long as world peace can never be achieved, gender equality can also not be achieved. Let me be specific, he said that even if gender equality can be achieved in every other aspect of life, it can never be achieved in marriage. Continue reading “Marriage, Blood and Sacrifices”

#dayofthegirlchild: What Does The Girl-Child Need?

For people who do not know, today is the International Day of the girl-child and it also happens to be my blog’s birthday. When I started this blog I had no idea that October 11th was designated as day of the girl child and, it has been so since 2012. I’m going to take it as a sign that I am doing the right thing; what God really wants me to do.
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