Julie Iromuanya’s debut novel opens with an interesting paragraph:
“Everything Job Ogbonnaya knew about sex he learnt from American Pornography. So on their first unchaperoned meeting, Job rushed his new wife, splitting her thing body against the papered wall of their lavish honeymoon suite at the Presidential Hotel in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Job tore at her lacy pink panties and only released his lips from her face to haltingly shout, “You-are-the-dirty-slut-girl.” Continue reading
Although many have discovered the Hijarbie, if the over 77,000 followers on Instagram is anything to go by, but giving that we have over 173 million people in Nigeria alone, we figure some people would still be in the dark about this gorgeous creation. Continue reading
While surfing through the internet for random scribbles and information and simultaneously perusing some of my fave websites, I stumbled upon an interview on Fred Martins by Design Indaba Continue reading
As the Christmas season comes into full swing, lot of people have planned for a long holiday. But in case you’re not travelling, Christmas in Lagos offers lots of fun as it is the city were big thing happen. Continue reading
Tis´ the season to be jolly! The countdown begins until the day we can open presents, watch Christmas movies and eat as much food as we like! Let’s not forget the ultimate experience everyone has to have…the Christmas Markets! Continue reading
It was day 5 and the guests were ready to take on the next adventure.
The curiosity in the air was palpable as the guests chit-chatted about the previous day and what the day might have in store for them.
Vogue.com profiles 5 women who they think are the coolest women in Lagos presently – Lisa Folawiyo, Faridah Folawiyo, Zainab Balogun, Falana Music, Aderenle Sonariwo. Continue reading
The trip and the day began with a buffet breakfast with all hosts getting their mouths full and ready for a day filled with more fun activity. Continue reading
It’s the third day in South Africa. Can you guess what the activities were today?
Once breakfast was over, guests said goodbye to Sun City and made their journey to Pretoria. En route, there was a stop at the Monkey and Elephant sanctuary in Gauteng, which is in the North West Province of South Africa. Continue reading