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Fifteen African Meals You Must Eat

Fifteen African Meals You Must Eat

By Janet Adeyemo Each meal offers a unique culinary experience that reflects the rich diversity of Africa. 1. Jollof Rice (West Africa):    – A vibrant one-pot dish, Jollof Rice is a staple in West African cuisine. Prepared with tomatoes, peppers, onions, and a blend of spices, it’s a flavorful and colorful delight often accompanied by […]

What You are Not Told About Male Fertility

What You are Not Told About Male Fertility

By Janet Adeyemo Male fertility, a subject often shrouded in misconceptions and overlooked in discussions surrounding reproductive health, holds nuances and intricacies that are not always brought into the limelight. While there is a wealth of information on female fertility, the male counterpart remains comparatively unexplored. Let me shed light on aspects of male fertility […]

Small Things That Matter

Small Things That Matter

By Janet Adeyemo In the grand tapestry of life, it’s often the smallest threads that weave the most profound patterns. The concept that “Small Things Matter” reverberates through every aspect of our existence, reminding us that significance is not solely reserved for the grand and ostentatious. In fact, it is the subtle, seemingly inconspicuous elements […]

The Scam That School is Scam

The Scam That School is Scam

By Janet Adeyemo The idea that school is a scam is a provocative assertion that has gained traction in certain circles. The actual scam here is the saying that school is a scam. While it is true that the traditional education system has its flaws and faces criticism, dismissing it entirely as a scam oversimplifies […]

Drink Clove To Boost Your FERTILITY

Drink Clove To Boost Your FERTILITY

Infertility is a lonely road. “I understand how you feel.” A Neighbour would say. A neighbour with two kids? Oh no! They do not. They do not understand what it means to sit before a doctor with eyes yearning for answers as you patiently wish he does not spill those words, “Nothing is wrong with […]

The MOTHER-DAUGHTER Relationship

The MOTHER-DAUGHTER Relationship

As a teenager, I went through a phase like many young girls when I thought I was adopted. Now, I sit with many ladies and we laugh about it but the truth is there is a lot that we learnt from that time of our lives. Things that we now talk to our mothers about […]

Sustainable Farming Practices: Nurturing the Earth for a Greener Future

Sustainable Farming Practices: Nurturing the Earth for a Greener Future

Amid rolling hills and sun-kissed fields, a quiet revolution is taking place. It’s a movement that holds the promise of a greener and more sustainable future, and it’s unfolding in the heart of our farmlands. Sustainable farming practices have emerged as a beacon of hope, offering a way to feed the world while preserving the […]

What Nobody Wants to Say About Social Media

What Nobody Wants to Say About Social Media

By Janet Adeyemo In a global village where social media its the network, you desire social connection like the blood in your veins,  this is how important social media is. Close your eyes, imagine what life would be without the ability to connect with others. Beyond social interaction made via social media, social media if […]

Mid-Term

Mid-Term

by Isreal Faith The exciting mid-term was no ordinary holiday. It was a week of a conjuring trick, a playfully annoying action, and a state of great chaos for the parents. However, for the kids, it was a much needed respite from school, a time for fun, relaxation, and adventure so to say. As the […]

Basic Survival Skills

Basic Survival Skills

By Janet Adeyemo Life happens – good or bad, alive or near death, the world moves on because the world does not revolve around you. If you must live, then you have to figure out the safest way to stay safe. Swimming, biking, running, tree climbing,  hiking etc are certain skills that can give you […]