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Ramadan in Abuja – 4 Last Minute Preparation Tips

Ramadan in Abuja - 4 Last minute preparation tips

Reading Time: 2’20” || Ramadan in Abuja – 4 Last Minute Preparation Tips   We are entering the Holy month for the Muslims. This period of Ramadan is one full of promises and optimism and is especially important to the Muslims. This month serves as an opportunity to reconnect and build a better relationship with Allah. So knowing this, it’s expected that as a Muslim, proper plans should be made in order to ensure the month goes without any hiccups. And you have time to properly get the best out of this month. Spending this Ramadan in Abuja, here are…

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10 Monday Morning Hacks for an Amazing Week

10 Monday Morning Hacks for an amazing week

  Nobody likes a Monday morning. It’s a constant reminder of the hustle and bustle, the unread emails, the strategy meetings, the market runs, the kids’ school schedule. It’s the end of our mini vacation called weekend. Monday is literally ‘mourn-day’ for a lot of people; if only we had Monday morning hacks, life would be better.  Good thing Monday isn’t human, that will just be another depressed soul walking the face of the earth.   Monday doesn’t have to be as bad as we make it seem. With the right start and hacks, you’ll have an amazing Monday and…

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Dear Nigerian, 5 Ways To Fight That Overwhelming Feeling

Dear Nigerian, % ways to fight that overwhelming feeling

  Do you get that overwhelming feeling? You can’t help but worry about everything. You’re not alone, the world is getting crazier or should I say Nigeria? The pressures just keep rising from different angles. You might not even know that you’re overwhelmed. There’s the unnecessary irritation or anger, body pains & tensed muscles or the lightheadedness. Nausea can’t even be explained neither can the breathing issues, rapid heart beating or the chest pains. It’s not the common self-diagnosed malaria; it’s anxiety and stress, you’re overwhelmed.   Honestly, being overwhelmed in Nigeria is a norm and trying to fight it…

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Reliving Ugonna || Mr. Nkataa Cup in Pictures

Reliving Ugonna || Mr. Nkataa Cup in Pictures

As part of the activities this remembrance month, we held a football tournament in celebration of Mr. Nkataa. Here are some pictures from the Mr. Nkataa Cup.  It was indeed a wonderful time.                                     Catch up on recent posts Reliving Ugonna || The Memorial Service In Pictures Reliving Ugonna || The Poet and The Writer Reliving Ugonna || The Man Reliving Ugonna || The Man, The memories, The Legacy

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Reliving Ugonna || The Memorial Service In Pictures

Reliving Ugonna || The Memorial Service In Pictures

Thank you for all the love and support you all have been sending our way this month.  You’ve been following us on this journey as we relive the life of Ugonna so here are pictures from the memorial service.                                                      You can catch up on our recent posts on Reliving Ugonna. Reliving Ugonna || The Man, The Memories, The Legacy Reliving Ugonna || The Man Reliving Ugonna || The Poet and The Writer

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Reliving Ugonna || The Poet and The Writer

Reliving Ugonna || The Poet and The Writer

 We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect – Anais Nin   He may not have written a New York Times bestseller but he wrote books in our heart. Books that will allow us to taste his life twice. Ugonna was a great storyteller and knew how to captivate readers with his stories. Here’s an excerpt from an autobiography Ugonna wrote in 2013. “Making the Loughborough list made me happy. I didn’t know what to expect, what not to expect and it made the whole experience an adventurous one. I was leaving a town where I…

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