The Fishermen: Four brothers, a Mad man and the Prophecy

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Title: The Fishermen Author: Chigozie Obioma Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Genre: Fiction ‘We were Fishermen: My brothers and I became fishermen in January of 1996 after our father moved out of Akure, a town in the west of Nigeria where we had lived together all our lives.’ Ever since I started reading books, I…

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4 DIY Deep Conditioner Recipes for ‘Naturalistas’ on a Budget

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Let’s face it – living on a budget can  be (very) frustrating! It’s this period your village people come for you and you  start seeing that beautiful dress or shoe on your favourite online shop 😭. Trust me, you are not alone in this – it happens to the best of us. If there’s a…

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You know you are a foodie when….

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Urban Dictionary has the most hilarious definitions of being a ‘Foodie.’ One that struck me is describing a foodie as ‘a person who loves or has a deep admiration for food and eating food. Does not necessarily have to be fat, but like eating. They might feel happy or very at peace when being around…

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The Waiting Momma’s Guide

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Olaide has always dreamed of babies. She loves children to the extent that she serves at the children department in her church so she was over the moon when Mike, her boyfriend of six years asked her to marry him. Not only will she be with the love of her life, she also gets to…

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When That DIY Becomes a Terrible Option

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Yaaaaay… Go DIY says (almost) everyone! It’s cheaper, healthier and more specific they say till you mix up a concoction that lands you in the hospital, turns you to ‘Ojuju Calabar’ or better (worse) still chops off half of the hair you are trying to retain. I will never forget one DIY that almost landed…

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From Bad Hair Day To ‘Badass’ Hair Day

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So, your crush finally invited you on a movie date…Halleluyah! You get to work immediately – Dress? Check! Shoes? On point!  Accessories? Ready to slay!  You jump into the shower, dress up, do your make up and proceed to style your hair but alas, nothing works.   That ponytail you used to effortlessly rock is…

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Natural Hair Tag 6 | An Interview With Sophiyat Sadiq

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My people, so sorry for the loooooongggg break in Transfusion……ermmmm Transmission I mean. So much has happened in the past month and I am still trying to adjust to it 😊😊 So, let’s get to it…. shall we? Our last Natural Hair Tag for now is Sophiyat Sadiq an Undergraduate. She kept it KISS (…

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Natural Hair Tag 5| Our Chat With Sike Gbana of blushesndbrushes.com

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Hello guys, I am back again! I am so sorry for the break in transmission, I was a bit ill…. But I am back now so let’s get back to work on our Natural Hair Tag Series. This time we spoke to a very beautiful ‘Naturalista’ and blogger, Sike Gbana of blushesndbrushes.com and you are sure…

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Natural Hair Tag 4| Our Interview With Busayo of theblackunicornn.blogspot.com

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We are back again! This week is for our natural hair tag and we keep having amazing ‘Naturalistas.’ This is our fourth tag so if you missed the first three here, here and here! Today we had a chat with a book lover and  volunteer, Busayo Makinde of theblackunicorn.blogspot.com and she’s so beautiful I must…

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Natural Hair Tag 3| A Chat With Orobosa of thecreatorspen.wordpress.com

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What is it with (almost) everybody not having a specific regimen for their natural hair…lol. Today, we are bringing to you a honorary member of the foodie gang. Raise your hands if you are in this gang and I will arrange a special welcome package for you as the chairwoman of the gang. Did you…

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