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Warrior on Heels

Warrior On Heels is another Beautified DIVA (Divinely Inspired Virtuous Amazons) Series designed to equip, prepare and empower ladies as they navigate their way through life. It's a gathering to...

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Kravings Diner

Victoria Island, 21A Kofo Abayomi Street, Lagos, Nigeria

Whats your Kraving? Kravings Diner, an Authentic American-European diner fused with a touch of African run and operated by Chef Daniel Olurin. They serve mouth watering tasty delights that...

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Manicured green grass, golden, powdery sand bunkers, tropical palm groves and glistening lakes all make up the most pristine 18-hole golf course...



Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2014!

Although I’ve been living in Lagos for over 2 years now, I still feel LOST IN LAGOS. There’s always so much to do, and Lagos never sleeps. I was overjoyed when Fashion week came round again...

How can we get excited about upcoming elections? Engaging the hard to reach…

It’s election time again in Nigeria and, I don’t know about you but I’m feeling the tension slash excitement around what this could mean for Nigeria. Perhaps I’m an optimist and, really, there’s...

Live Life...Love Netball

My obsession with netball began at the age of eight and has never really abated. I can honestly call it an obsession, when even on my husband’s birthday, I was secretly plotting ways to sneak out...

The Screenciti Xperience

The ScreenCiti Xperience is one that is new, it’s fresh, it’s innovative and it is a different type of Xperience. We bring movies, we bring an Xperience that starts with music, eating, drinking,...

Fiesta of Flavours December 4-6

Fiesta of Flavours, a one of a kind food and beverage festival is coming to Lagos! From 4th to the 6th December 2015, you are welcome to come visit us at Harbour Point, Wilmot Point Road, Victoria...

ẸyỌ Festival, Lagos: Memories From My Childhood

I was in primary school when I first witnessed the Ádámu Òríșà play, popularly referred to as the Ẹyọ masquerade festival. Growing up in the downtown area of Ẹpẹtẹdo on Lagos Island, where I lived...