Life can be daunting when you finish school and are thrown into a sea of job seekers in the multitudinous population that prevails in big cities. This brave woman named Doris Chibeze tells the story of how she dived head long into the job market, … Continue reading
Michel de Nostredame (14 or 21 December 1503 – 2 July 1566), usually Latinised to Nostradamus, was a French apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of prophecies that have since become famous worldwide. He is best known for his … Continue reading
A bright multi-coloured butterfly, spreading spurts of sunshine every where she goes. Always up in the air, positive, cheerful, always laughing even in the face of challenges, determined to make an impact. Determined to transform just as she once was a cocoon that was determined to … Continue reading
One would think that a lady who has bagged so many awards, accolades, degrees and who is a Harvard fellow would be snobbish or pompous. But not Funke. She’s quite the opposite:
The final clap just fell on the 5th edition of the International Catering Cup and after two days of intense competition, 20 hours of tests, the best caterer in the world is finally proclaimed.
Even people who don’t know how to cook can boil a pot of rice. Right? Wrong.
The first time I met Thelma Obaze briefly, over a decade ago, I remember my first impression of her. Who can forget? She’s got one of those personalities that remain ingrained in your mind long after she’s left the room with … Continue reading