Christ embassy durumi

Nigeria at 57 | Reachout Nigeria 10th anniversary


October 1st 2017 marked the 57th anniversary of the great nation, Nigeria. This day was celebrated across the country by various tribes and people alike. The event was marked by the use of the colours green-white-green . These colours were found on peoples clothing, accessories, shoes and even make-up. Some celebrated this event more than others. Christ embassy churches went…

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asos mini haul

Asos Mini Haul + The Blogger Point Giveaway


Hey guys, Today I’m bringing you my very first haul video. I will be showing you a few (very few) items I got from Asos and the items I won from The Blogger Point’s giveaway. A couple of weeks ago, I ordered some items from Asos. Now, y’all know Asos is one of my favorite online stores because: They deliver…

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September is springtime

September is Springtime


HAPPY NEW MONTH I know this is coming a bit late but better late than never right? Last week, I posted a picture on Instagram and the caption was ‘September is springtime’. I guess a lot of people did not understand what I meant by that because a friend commented ‘its fall’. Springtime in this case does not refer to…

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zaron oil control foundation

Zaron healthy glow foundation


The search to find the right foundation is real. There is a wide range of foundation out there for different skin types. But for me the right foundation is one that: gives me the right fit; not too ashy and not overly yellow, just right for my skin tone has the right price; not too expensive and won’t make me…

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a touch of ankara

Fashion trends I’m loving right now || a touch of Ankara


Fashion never goes out of style. There are several trends that have come and gone but one I’m currently loving is ‘dressing with a dash of Ankara’. Ankara – a native African material used to sew different types of clothing P.S. Ankara is also the capital of Turkey #funfact Gone are the days when ankara used to be just a…

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society

The Society we live in


The Pressures of Society have caused a lot of changes in our current world; both for the good and the not so good. These days a lot of people don’t really care about morals, they prefer what is in vogue. It doesn’t really matter what the cost is, it’s come down to “if we want it, we gotta have it”…

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70 days in paediatrics

70 days in Paediatrics


WOW! How time flies. I remember clearly my first day on the job. In fact, it feels like I started this whole housejob journey just yesterday. Thursday marked my 70th day in Paediatrics posting. #mamaImadeit. Paediatrics was one rotation I was not looking forward to starting but it happened to be my very first rotation. Who would’ve thought that I…

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Not skinny girl in transit

Not skinny girl in transit


Hi LBJ readers, I hope you are having a wonderful week. To the new readers, you are very welcome, feel at home and after reading don’t forget to leave your comments  in the comment section below. Most bloggers (just like me) are not just bloggers alone, they are also models, photographers, creative minds, make up artists, YouTubers, writers, and a whole…

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Rev Tom in Abuja

A face-to-face meeting | Rev Tom in Abuja


Now about today’s post, I’m not even sure where to start from because I am so excited to be writing about this. It’s an honor. I just got home from church, service was with Rev Tom and it was aweeee-awesome. Pause…let’s start from the beginning. On Saturday, I had to go to the airport to pickup my darling brother. He…

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