Day 20: Marvy

With my laptop powered on, I stared at my screen for close to 30 minutes hoping for some sort of divine inspiration although being interrupted occasionally with some good Medilag gist and ‘amebo’ *hehehe*. “What do I say?” “Where do I start?” And so, it hit me. Like every good story teller would say “why […]

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Day 19: Dabiri Idowu

The smile that lit up my face when I saw Mz Perry’s message asking me to be part of 31days again (read from 2013 & 2014 ) this year was unbelievable. Just between the two of us, I usually think, “maybe she will get tired of my ‘voice’ and not ask me to ‘speak’ this […]

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Day 18: Ifeoluwapo M.D

So I promised to get back to you in December. Well, this is it. As at the end of June, my major objectives for the year were nowhere in sight. But I remember saying in my Half Time Story that I was on track. You can read it here. Well, 2015 is almost at an […]

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Day 18: Mrs Ayomide Ayoola Omotoso

When I was at the crossover to year 2015, we were told to pray that year 2015 will be our year, I  really didn’t know what that meant until now, because truly year 2015 is indeed my year. I am thankful for the gift of life, because a lot could have happened but if one […]

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Day 17: Ndigwe Ifeoma

She’s got an amazing heart! Her 2014 post. *********************************** It seemed like a good idea when I said I’ll write this, in retrospect, I should have factored in my year-long writer’s block. I’ll do my best with the words I know. Firstly, thanks Pero. I don’t know if I ever thank you for letting me […]

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Day 16: Olisa Ezegwu M.D

One of the people I admire… ****************************** Year 2015 was indeed one to remember for a long time. The year started with some form of disappointment because I hoped I would have had a Dr in front of my name by then but due to several “system failures” (strikes) it wasn’t so then but I […]

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Day 16: Fashola Fisayo

I am thankful for… Nights that turned to day,  family, friends and those in between For family, my sister that I steal make up from and my parents that love me to the moon and back. I couldn’t have wished for a better family. For friends, that make you laugh, make you vex, help you […]

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Day 15: Kelia Olughu

Here’s me saying thank you for inviting me to Afropolitan Vibes and to more outings in the future. *wine* Cheers! 😀 *******************************/** Someone once told me “You are a writer, you should be able to express yourself perfectly”, he was right and he was wrong. Being a writer doesn’t always mean you feel emotions and […]

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Day 14: Ajibike Gbajabiamila

Hmmn, 2015!!! Where do I start from? The very beginning I guess. Well the year started beautifully for me, on the first day, that is, but as January came into full blossom it was a little slow and sad, because I had to make decisions to let go of some friendships and chase after God […]

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Day 13: Pintos

Hi everyone, my name is Pintos Egesimba (no I’m not a foreigner, I am a true  blooded Nigerian) and I am a lady. I would first  like to thank Pero and also Cassie who told Pero about my desire to contribute to this series. Before I go into how my 2015 has been so far […]

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