Your New Baby: What Did You Expect?

Did you expect a very chocolate, brown, black, chubby, full hair, quiet African baby when you were expecting a new baby as a couple or single mother? For me, I was expecting one handsome little boy who I didn’t know won’t resemble me 😂 Oya I apologise for my long podcast absence. Kindly listen to my talk talk about mothers […]

World Water Day 2018

A trip to Dubai in 2014 for an Excellence in Paediatrics Conference gave birth to the passion for environmental health especially relating to mothers and children. They are very vulnerable when it comes to environmental issues.  So fast forward to 2017, I have gained skills in handling environmental health issues especially in the areas of water, sanitation and hygiene. I […]

My Itsekiri Heroine!

Someone asked if I have international heroines? I said, not really, maybe it is because I am a proper local girl. To give a brief description of me is to say, I am a woman of colour, exotic, intriguing, and strong. I think of my Chief Rita Lori when in this such an elemental state. Butter pecan brown, purely refined […]

Tribute To The African Woman: International Women’s Day

She is a woman With dark nights without stars, Rising temperatures that disturbs daily life, With children who fall ill week after week, Yet she beams with hope She’s a woman, With the biting and scorching sun, She bargains with customers for her wares, With the little profit, she saves for her children’s education. Without no education for herself, she […]

Black Panther: My Wakanda

So with the Beast from the East hitting up the North of England with -6 degrees Celsius and first time for my Mama to experience winter. Hubby dragged us to the cinema to watch Black Panther.  Oh I sure had a wonderful time. Yes I managed to survive about 2 hours with a 10months old in a cinema. Don’t try […]

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