Its harmattan season again and unfortunately the dry dusty wind and weather comes with a lot of viral infections. The kids are the most affected during this time. One of the places they can contact any of these viral infections is their school.. My daughter was telling me earlier this week that one
Whao! Its another Monday, another week. Its amazing how fast each day goes by these days. We will be starting a new series on siblings doing great things together o stay tuned. One of such sibling is Peter Okoye, Twin who is a twin to Paul Okoye, popularly duo known as PSQUARE Peter okoye was born on
Only those of us who are lucky enough to have siblings can appreciate the love/hate relationship between brothers and sisters. This relationship includes a range of things from sharing secrets to fighting over a TV remote. It is more than just love. It is a partnership. The
Some spouses have to deal with snoring spouses every night. They go to bed, try to fall asleep, and then hear a noise as though a dysfunctional machine had decided to keep them company that night! This makes them complain that, “My husband (or wife) snores so loud I can’t sleep!” The noise made
Nse Ikpe Etim is a Nigerian actress. She was born on October 21, 1974 in Lagos. Etim is the first in a family of six children. She attended Awa Nursery School and Command Primary School in Kaduna State, from where she then furthered her studies at St Louis College, Jos and
Akindele Olufunke Ayotunde (popularly known as Funke Akindele Jenifa, born August 24, 1977 in Ikorodu , Lagos State , Nigeria) is a Nigerian actress. She came to limelight after featuring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) sponsored sitcom; I NEED TO KNOW , which ran from 1998 to 2002.
Breastfeeding in public has been a controversial topic for a long time coming. A lot of people find it rude, insensitive and offensive while others see absolutely nothing wrong with it. This topic has sparked so many debates all over the world, to the extent that it has been banned in some countries.
An only child, Idrissa Akuna Elba was born and raised in London, England. His father, Winston, is from Sierra Leone and worked at Ford Dagenham; his mother, Eve, is from Ghana and had a clerical duty. Idris attended school in Canning Town, where he first became involved in acting, before he dropped