April 25th: World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day is an internationally recognized day on the 25th of April each year, highlighting the global efforts to control malaria and celebrate the gains made.

There’s no vaccine available to prevent malaria. Talk to your doctor if you’re travelling to an area where malaria is common or if you live in such an area. You may be prescribed medications to prevent the disease. … More April 25th: World Malaria Day

How to Connect to God When You Feel Alone and Distant

There was a time it felt like God was far from me, I was weak to pray and even when I did, it felt like it was just a waste of time.

I was frustrated and miserable and I began to question myself, could it be that God is angry with me, did I do something wrong, or perhaps my village people were at work again, so many thoughts.

Guess what? They were all lies, that was what the devil wanted me to believe, he wanted me to believe that I was so filthy and I couldn’t go to God because he was going to turn his back on me and that made me wallow in a very deep pit and I couldn’t call for help because I thought I deserved it. … More How to Connect to God When You Feel Alone and Distant

8 Things to Avoid Doing on Valentine’s Day

I know it’s that time of the year when we get to express love to those we love, it’s a season of gifting to special people and we aren’t left out because we are also special😊.

I know a lot of people already have plans for that special day, how they want it to go, what they want to do, places they want to go to and loved ones they want to surprise.

As much as you want that day to count, there are things you should avoid doing on valentines day. Let’s go through this together: … More 8 Things to Avoid Doing on Valentine’s Day

Story Time: an Outstanding Kind of Love

God’s plans for us are good and perfect but most times we aren’t patient enough for His plans and then we end up doing things in our way.

Other times, He Is just waiting for us to have that conversation with him, to talk to Him just like a child to a father, waiting for us to pour our heart to Him. He is waiting for us to exercise that faith we have. inside. … More Story Time: an Outstanding Kind of Love

Be Ye Light!

“This little light of mine
I’m gonna let it shine
Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine…”

Lowkey, we all want to illuminate the world. I also want to make an impact, I want to truly live, not just exist or be a passer-by. Are we bringing a tiny light to the darkness of this world? Whether through honesty, graciousness, patience, positivity, or myriad other qualities, it’s a question worth asking ourselves. … More Be Ye Light!

To Our Men🥂

As a little child growing up, I thought my mother did all the work and had to take credit for it all, but now I am grown and I know better. Now I know that although men may not be seen through the world’s view as the “weaker vessel”, they still have their moments of weakness. They are men and yes, they are vulnerable. … More To Our Men🥂

#EndSARS: A New Nigeria?

I am pretty sure the month of October 2020 won’t be forgotten. Nigerians were low- key tweeting about #ENDSARS but it became a worldwide protest on the 10th of October 2020 with everyone carrying placards that had the #ENDSARS #NOTOPOLICEBRUTALITY. Some other placards had inscriptions such as “O to ge, enough is enough, stop killing us”. Those who were scared and couldn’t go were all retweeting aggressively, Christians weren’t left out o. Kai, I saw the hunger for a new Nigeria, everyone longing for a better nation.

We’ve been quiet for so long and we know we had to do just one thing, one thing to change the narratives, even if it meant taking it by force. … More #EndSARS: A New Nigeria?