Nigeria’s premier trade show is on!Currently holding at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, ARCHIBUILT is an annual exposition organized to bring to the fore trends, technologies, systems and policy issues that impact the nation’s building industry.
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So naturally, my excitement went through the roof when I came across the food art created by the multi-talented Nigerian blogger and creator of the Hijarbie (the hijab-wearing and fully clothed Barbie doll which was an Instagram sensation), Hanefaah Adam.
"Early morning in Africa, A gazelle wakes up, it knows it must run faster that the fastest lion or it will be killed.
Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up, it knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death.
IT DOESN'T MATTER WHETHER YOU'RE A LION OR A GAZELLE, WHEN THE SUN COMES UP, YOU BETTER BE RUNNING!"
Source/ Photocredit: www.i.imgur.com
Thursday, August 04, 2016
It’s the Olympics, baby!
I cannot recall where I heard or got that phrase from, but like my ‘bottom box’ (special occasion) clothes which I seldom use, this phrase pops into my head without fail every Olympic year!
Hours from now, the world’s spotlight will beam on the Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the opening of what is unarguably the greatest sporting spectacle on earth, the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. The opening ceremonies are always highly anticipated and it has been said that since Los Angeles 84, each host country has sought to surpass its predecessor by staging a bigger and more spectacular show.
Back in the 80s, there were only two television stations in the whole of what was then Bendel State - National Television Authority (NTA) and Bendel Television (BTV). BTV later metamorphosed to Edo Broadcasting Service (EBS) with the split of Bendel State into Edo and Delta States respectively. Both stations ensured that viewers were kept fully updated with on-going events at the Olympics by dedicating one or more hours daily for the highlights. But these days, without an active cable television subscription, OYO (On Your Own) is your case!