Football & Chill Births in Lagos

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Organizers of Football & Chill have announced the maiden edition of the much anticipated social networking event which will slated to kick of in Lagos with subsequent editions across major cities in Nigeria and outside Nigeria.

Football & Chill is a social development and social networking initiative aimed at advancing the Football culture in Nigeria and to foster togetherness by celebrating Football as a unifying factor in a fun filled, secured and an entertaining atmosphere. 

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Beautiful Heritage Exhibition

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You are invited to the Beautiful Heritage exhibition. An exhibition of Style, Elegance and fun pieces of clothing items (for Men & Women), Jewelry and home decor.

This exhibition is a collaboration between three indigenous businesses run by women entrepreneurs. Proverbs Creations by Bukola Adenuga, African Idy by Idy Toye-Arulogun and Eira by Ronke Akpata. 

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Africa’s Travel Tourism Indaba 2017: “I Do Tourism”

Having a thirty-five-year history behind it, and with exhibitors from about twenty-one African countries, South African “Africa’s Travel Indaba”, is undoubtedly Africa’s biggest annual tourism marketing event as well as one of the top three events of its kind on the global calendar. Therefore, I am always looking forward to having a great time at this Africa’s own international expo and I must say that in the past four years that I have had the privilege of attending Indaba, it’s been truly fantastic as well as memorable.

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Meaningful Living Whilst Pursuing Creative and Innovative Attainments by Prince Yemisi Shyllon

The creative and innovative industry is one of the major bedrocks of the economic development and civilization of the advanced world. It involves all those human activities that bring into form out of nothing, through imagination, design and production. It creates investments that sustains humanity, keeps it gainfully employed and assures the continuous development of the world.

Meaningful living on the other hand, is about deriving happiness from helping the vulnerable people in society. It is a lifestyle. It is about helping the helpless members of society. It involves living the life of giving,planting seeds for trees that will someday give shade to people that we may never meet. It is a lifestyle of deriving happiness from promoting the welfare of others by providing succour to the needy to better their lives. 

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Over Perfectionism Can Kill Your Idea

This post goes out to my fellow perfectionists. So for a while now, after procrastination, the second thing on my negative list to consciously get rid of this year is ‘Over Perfectionism’. I thought it was a good/okay thing, but I now realise there is a very bad side of this trait I have acquired.

The thought of this led to this quote over the weekend, and I’m sure you can relate to it, “Over Perfectionism Can Certainly Kill/Drown Your Beautiful idea”. It’s time to get it behind you, and cast the negative spirit out fast. 

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Refiners Schools Hosts Green Fingers Day and Science Fair

The Green Fingers Club of REFINERS SCHOOLS wishes to invite you to its ANNUAL GREEN FINGERS DAY & SCIENCE FAIR. This will be held within the school premises on Thursday, 17th November 2016 by 8:30 a.m. prompt.

The Refiners Schools is located at No. 9, Emmanuel Iroabuchi Street, Sangotedo Lagos. Behind Golden Park Estate, Sangotedo, Lekki- Epe Expressway, Lagos Nigeria.

The Green Fingers club was set up by Nature Enthusiasts and inaugurated by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) on the 4TH of November 2012. It was set up to give children the opportunity to come face to face with Nature and the issues surrounding our protecting and preserving the environment. Children acquire knowledge, which are of tremendous benefit to their academics, social and moral areas of life…

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Adire Cloth in Nigeria : A Book Review on Adire Textile

Adire cloth (pronounced Ah-DEER-eh), is one of the many African textiles I really love. It is quite versatile and I love the way the patterns can be so simple and yet unique.  It is an age old textile of African origin which has been brought up in several discussions for many years.

With the changing times and discovery of newer findings, a revised edition of old Adire cloth publications is a welcome introduction to our knowledge accumulation. Adire is a Yoruba word for indigo-dyed style of fabrics, it is so unique that it can be considered a form of cloth art….

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MaIN Fest: The Made In Nigeria Festival

Hello beautiful people, are you as excited about the MaIN Fest as we are? MaIN (Made-In-Nigeria) Festival is a week-long festival dedicated to Made In Nigeria products. It seeks to create a convergence of the best Made In Nigeria products and services.

This fully packed event was opened on Monday, 26th of September 2016. It will run till the 30th of September and end with a one of a kind grand event on the 1st of October. The 1st of October, happens to be the independence day of the country Nigeria. …

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African Black Soap: The History, Components and Benefits

Did you know history has it that the African Black Soap originated from the Yorùbá tribe of Nigeria? The Yoruba people call black soap ‘ose dúdú’. Ose means soap while dúdú means black… Hence how the black soap got its name.

The African black soap has also been traced back to Yorùbá communities in Benin and some communities in Togo. This soap can be used to treat so many different types of skin conditions. Let’s learn more…

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The First Edition of The Sole Adventurer Digital Magazine Is Out!

We are pleased to announce that the first edition of The Sole Adventurer digital magazine is finally out!

This issue highlights Nigeria’s presence at the 12th edition of the Dak’Art Biennale in Senegal as we profile the five Nigerian artists featured alongside other international artists. Bapstiste Madinier gives an overview of the biennale and highlights some of its challenges, while in a conversation with Simon Njami Artistic Director of the 12th Dak’Art Biennale, Bukola Oye navigates the basis for the theme and the urgent need to reignite an African dream and hope in Africa…

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Touring Ghana, The Gold Coast of Africa by Daniel Okon

Hello there, here’s a wonderful write up by our guest Daniel Okon, about his vacation in Ghana, the Gold Coast of Africa. If you don’t know much about the beauties of Africa, you need to read this destination review to the end.

Daniel Okon Writes About Ghana

When you think of going on vacation, a beautiful island in the Caribbean or a yacht experience in the south of France might be ideal.  You do not leave Africa to enjoy new experiences or have a fabulous time. There are many beautiful tourist sites and destination in Africa that are undervalued. Tour the Gold Coast of West Africa A.K.A Ghana with me. Akwaba! 

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Valentine Experience in Zanzibar, Tanzania by Tatase Lagos

As I embarked on my valentine experience travel to Zanzibar, one of the first few things that registered was the Kenya airways plane. A 6 hour international bound flight had no personal tv screens; there were about 7 general tv screens allocated to about 20 seats each. I said to my boyfriend sat beside me ‘watch, the plane from Nairobi to Zanzibar would be nicer with individual tv screens’ needless to say it happened exactly as I predicted. 

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