Getting through to a Customer care representative on MTN Nigeria is almost as hard as trying to speak with the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and gosh, I wish I were joking. You’ve got a problem with the service but the thought of reaching your service provider is daunting because when you finally get through, the Customer service system wastes your time with long recorded messages;
Following my previous post on how to renew your Nigerian Passport in Nigeria. This post is a guide on how to renew your passport in the United Kingdom (UK). Go to the Nigerian High Commission website and read ALL the instructions carefully. Then to the Nigerian Immigration Immigration Portal, fill
Computers and information technology have become an integral part of our lives in the digital age. Just about everything we do, have or enjoy has been defined and made possible by computers, but the history of these powerful resources, their influence on politics, and the rest of the world hasn’t gotten the attention it deserves.
It’s the end of the second week of the year and probably too late to be saying Happy New Year, but I only just turned in my coursework and so I’ll say it anyway: Happy New Year! This post is a follow-up to my previous post: If We Were Having Coffee: 2018 Review. I’ll be listing my plans for this blog, my photography business, school and personal life. Let’s get to it, shall we?
Genevieve Nnaji is Adaeze Obiagu, Director Operations and Logistics at Lionheart Transport Services, a family-owned business suddenly facing bankruptcy. With the Chairman’s absence, she is forced to team up with her Uncle to save the business or lose it all to her father’s rival.
2018 has been the most surprising year and I’m not sure where to start. So much has changed in my life and a lot has improved on this blog. If you follow my personal series this is a sequel to my post: Since we will soon be having coffee. New Year
Since I’ve told you about the books I read this semester, I think it’s a good idea to fill you in on the rest of student-life with a summary of the semester. Settling in The first few weeks here were hectic to be honest. Finding my accommodation on day one was
Becoming is Michelle Obama’s autobiographical published in last month. The former First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS) talks about her roots and growing up in Southside Chicago, going to Princeton, becoming a lawyer, meeting her husband and finding her voice, having kids and supporting his political ambitions.
There really isn’t much about Greenow and McCombie House online, so following my previous post: Finding Greenow and McCombie House, this is a general tour of a Greenow House flat. Like I stated, Greenow and McCombie House are “sister houses” and are identical in design so you can expect the same architecture and furnishing in both.
Nigeria still ranks as one of the worst places in the world to do business, with over 90% of small businesses failing within the first 4 years, for all kinds of reasons including lack of funding, poor business policies and the hostile business environment. Those that survive, will be marginally successful and less than 1% will grow into a conglomerate
The story is about a group of young schoolboys trapped on a deserted island after a plane crash. These children, none older than 12 are forced to think and survive on their own without any adult supervision.
So, I stepped out of my books and into the real world for Actionaid’s Art for Development Initiative (Art4Dev).
Actionaid Nigeria if you didn’t already know, is a non-profit organisation with international presence, working with the poor ans excluded communities to promote the rights of people living in poverty and they take it seriously.
I’ll be giving away this exquisite blue-black Park Lane Handmade Floral Embellished Structured Clutch Bag. It can’t hold a lot but I’m certain it will go well with something in your wardrobe. If you’d like to have this beautiful clutch, read on.
Following the title, I came across this informal blog post theme and loved the idea of having a chit-chat and catching up with my readers on the little things in my life that don’t necessarily make it into my other blog posts. However, a huge concern was the fact that “having coffee” or tea as a social experience is not part of our Nigerian culture.
Knowing how to knot a tie is a great skill for every woman; the wife, the mom, the fashion-forward or the curious – just looking to learn something new. Getting your kids ready for school or your man for work, or perhaps helping out a brother or friend? This post is for you.