Nigerian footballer, Kenneth Omeruo, can’t help but show off his beautiful family and we definitely would in his shoes.
He took to his social media to share a beautiful snap of his wife and baby daughter on board a flight.
Omeruo revealed via his post that it was their baby’s first flight, and what better way to remember every ‘first’ than with a photo?
He captioned it, “Baby’s first flight.”
How cute are they?
International actress and model, Amber Levonchuck, known professionally as Amber Rose, Amber Rose can't seem to stop gushing over her man, A.E.
With Valentines day fast approaching, the beautiful 35 years old mother of one has yet again taken to social media to flaunt some couple goals. She disclosed the ways in which he has made her a better person, asides from the fact that he is her best friend
He thinks he soooo cute! ?? He really is tho ??? and sweet, smart, talented, charismatic and overall just an amazing man. In the past I’ve used the words “best friend” very loosely while speaking of my ex’s but I can honestly say I feel like this man...
The ongoing strike action by the Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) is one of many seen over the years but has thankfully, become a blessing for some.
Now Mrs Oluwaseun Olukoya, CEO of emerging children’s fashion brand, Wonder Child for Kids, has revealed how she found passion in the fashion industry during an extensive ASUU strike.
According to her post on Instagram, this happened during her 200 level, while studying Radio and Television Broadcasting at the Lagos State University.
She said that she made the decision to learn tailoring seeing how long the strike was lasting, and now, 9 years later, she is celebrating 16,000 followers on her brand’s official Instagram page.
Who says nothing beautiful can be born in misery?
Big kudos to her!
See her post below:
Meet Mrs Oluwaseun Olukoya:
News reports have revealed the 3-day warning strike embarked on by the resident doctors at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, on Monday, January 28, 2019.
According to the reports, the strike was embarked upon due to the state government’s failure to employ more resident doctors and house officers at the hospital.
According to the President of the Association of Resident Doctors, LASUTH, Dr Balogun Fatai, the strike also involved both emergency and clinical operations at the facility.
While speaking with the News Agency Of Nigeria (NAN), Dr Fatai said that despite the meetings held and agitations over the situation, the government was yet to assign new doctors to the hospital.
“Although, some House Officers are reporting for work, they are not enough to call off the strike because the resident doctors that form the hub of the work force of the hospital have yet to resume duty....