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WCW Hotseat with Abimbola Ajayi

WCW Hotseat with Abimbola Ajayi

Q: Introduce yourself ma’am. Tell us your name, what you do, your hobbies etc? A: My name is Abimbola Ajayi. I am an Engineer/ Project Manager by profession. Married with one Kid ( a little boy). I enjoy reading books and writing. I also have a passion for creative arts. Q: How did you and…

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By DIVA, August 19, 2020
Assurance

Assurance

By: Onyedikachi Okoye Weary hearts everywhereSome just sit and stareNot so much they can bearsome can’t stop shedding a tear A lot of questions in the heartWhere do we even startWe all trying to seek GodWe want to know if he’s still Lord A lot of hearts confused and in despairOthers in doubt, some broken…

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By DIVA, August 11, 2020
Broken Woman

Broken Woman

By: Precious Alio It is easy for us to fathom what God can do in a woman who has ticked all the boxes of what it means to be righteous or pure according to God’s standards but difficult to imagine the same grace extended to a woman, broken by this world. How then is a…

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By DIVA, July 28, 2020
WCW Hotseat with Ijeoma Nkwonta

WCW Hotseat with Ijeoma Nkwonta

Ijeoma Nkwonta Q: What would a typical day in your life look like? A: Lol. This is as of July 2020. – Wake up 6am, do my devotion (grateful to God I have quality time to do that now, unlike before when I’d be thinking of how to beat traffic or the work I brought…

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By DIVA, July 15, 2020
Cycles

Cycles

By: Somto Ezepue Day 1 – 14: On fire for God, praying and studying the word like no man’s business, enjoying fellowship.  Day 15 – 18: Gradual weariness. No ginger  Day 19 – 22: Gradual Manifestation of old habits (maybe) Day 23 till whenever ‘your eye clear’: Feelings of condemnation and struggle to return to…

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By DIVA, July 7, 2020
Family Code Series: Season 1, Episode 1

Family Code Series: Season 1, Episode 1

Interviewer: Queenette Obinna Heyy DIVAs, So today’s interview is focused on “Family”. I, for one, admire these ladies bond and have even asked to be inducted into their Fair Ladies Association, Lol! They could even be mistaken for triplet. When you see these ladies, you see true friendship, unity, love, selflessness and sacrifice. At the…

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By DIVA, April 25, 2019
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Book Review: Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

Book Review: Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

By: Somto Ezepue  Hey beautiful DIVAS, It’s been a minute months. We are sorry we went missing in action for a while but going forward, we will do better by God’s grace. I’m so so excited to be reviewing “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers and on this note I’d like to encourage us to make it a habit…

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By DIVA, April 9, 2019
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The Elephant in the room.

The Elephant in the room.

By: Oluchi Omali Igbokwe He was always there for lunch and dinner and no one said a word about him. We liked to pretend he didn’t exist. He was always there for most of my life – well, the part I spent at home. I guess he became a part of the family when my…

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By DIVA, December 11, 2018
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The Man Of My Dreams

The Man Of My Dreams

Reminiscing on the last DIVAs meeting themed “The Man of my dreams”. DIVAs, believe me when I say I haven’t fully recovered from the wisdom that was poured out on us by one of my role models (from afar lol) Bro. Deolu Ogunnubi a.k.a Papa Dee. You can still get the video on our diva…

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By DIVA, December 4, 2018
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The Pressure Pot

The Pressure Pot

By: Oluchi Ndee I call my office the “Pressure Pot”. We professionally manage crisis. Files are constantly briskly carried about. It is almost normal to see someone’s head literally buried in a computer. Phones are constantly ringing, emails are constantly fired back and forth. Occasionally, you hear bouts of laughter when we all remember we…

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By DIVA, July 25, 2018
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