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Financial Literacy Is Key

Financial Literacy Is Key

Get Financially Literate As Fast As You Can! I talk to a lot of people and each time we try to dissect the reason for their financial issues, they are quick to attribute it to a spiritual attack.  I am not too surprised, because many years ago, I concluded I had some spiritual problems regarding […]

‘Guilty until proven innocent in Nigeria’

A few years ago, the Nigerian police paraded a gang of male armed robbers headed by a woman in front of journalists, and photos of these seven alleged criminals who had terrorised a part of Lagos were published. I was shocked to identify the petite, light-skinned woman allegedly leading this deadly gang as a former […]

MAKING IT BETTER: How Have You Made Someone Feel Today?

Or maybe the question could be how did you make someone feel yesterday? Whichever way you ask it the question is something we should ask ourselves every day.  As we come to the end of the year, that on one level appears to have gone very quickly but on the other hand has been packed […]

25 Things You Should Do To Make Your 2018 Christmas Memorable!

25 Things You Should Do To Make Your 2018 Christmas Memorable!

It’s less than a week to 2018 Christmas! The Christmas period is usually a time of so much joy and celebrations. It’s that season of the year everyone looks forward to. However, more often than not; it’s also time when people are stressed the most financially; for obvious reasons. There are expectations from family, friends, […]

Women Making It Better For Others…Thandiwrap!

On my daily travels I come across so many men and women making incredible contributions to the well being and lives of others. Sometimes what they do is not recognised or validated because it doesn’t come with much fanfare. In these times of grandiosity, modesty is often ignored; even jeered at and other forms of […]

Be Careful Of Get-Rich-Quick Schemes!

Be Careful Of Get-Rich-Quick Schemes!

About 13 years ago, a friend excitedly told me about an Investment opportunity that would triple my money within a few weeks. He said he had seen some people who invested their funds in that scheme and had collected about 4 times of what they put there and that he was going to put in […]

Curbing The Tide of Violent Extremism Needs Women’s Voices and Inclusion

On 23 May 2017, the city of Marawi, Philippines, a bustling city In the southern island of Mindanao , was taken over by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/ISIS)-aligned forces. The ensuing five-month-long armed conflict displaced nearly 400,000 people from the area. The siege had devastating and lasting consequences for the community, […]

MAKING THINGS BETTER: It’s Okay To Feel Excited!

Reading the papers every day, reading the exchange of comments on social media, and indeed listening to the news, I think it would be fair to suggest that the bulk of information around is negative and predicting further gloom and doom. This is perfectly understandable based on all the various occurrences taking place around the […]

Setting The Right Financial Goals

Setting The Right Financial Goals

Hello Friend! It’s that time of the year where everyone starts to think about the New Year (hopefully) and set goals. Two years ago; 2016 to be precise, I set out with a goal of publishing 4 books for that year; 1 per quarter. At the end of the year, I ended up with 3 books […]

MAKING IT BETTER: My Own Personal Rant!(3)

As I left the shores of the mother land, our great nation, full of hope and determination, thinking about how at the end of the day regardless of any other nationality I may be able to claim, Nigeria is my true home and the only country I can truly say is mine; I was given […]