Interview with Itunu Baby!

Interview with Itunu Baby!

Mobolaji: Hey sis!  So glad to have you on the hot seat today! Itunu: Haha @hot seat. You never cease to amaze me. Thank you Bolaji for inviting me here. Mobolaji: Welcome. Welcome! I am sure this time with you will be such a blessing to us all. Itunu: I do hope so. Mobolaji: I like to beat around the bush most times, but let's go straight into deep things. Lol. How did Jesus capture your heart? (more…)
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Interview with Mayowa (Matey Scott)

Interview with Mayowa (Matey Scott)

Mobolaji: Hey Mayowa! Thank you so much for granting this interview today. We’re delighted to have you. Mayowa: Thank you so much for having me Mobolaji. I have fallen in love with your blog since Twitter connected us. Mobolaji: Please, introduce yourself to the efamily. Mayowa: Okay. My name is Mayowa Depo Oyedokun. I am the second of 3 girls. I study law at the university of Kent, UK. I write. Just recently released my first book, "It's your life to lead" which can be gotten from here. I am in a relationship with God and I believe so much in impacting children from a young age. I call it 'catch them young' (more…)
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PraiseLetter 28 – Frances Okoro.

PraiseLetter 28 – Frances Okoro.

Even the thought of writing this letter makes me smile... So Daddy, you know this past week was a pretty "somehow" week for me... but we pulled through! With amazing news and great turn around no less! But, what thrills me is that even before the great news came, I had already told Bolaji that I wanted to write a praise letter to you... You know what that means already right? Awwww, I am excited to see that I could praise you even before I got the great news! If that makes me happy... if this growth in my walk with you makes me this happy, then I can only imagine how glad it makes you :-) (more…)
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Writers Connect with Aunty J.

Mobolaji: Hello Jola! Thanks for granting this interview today. We’re excited to be with you. Jola: Thanks, it’s an honour to be here and I’m glad to do this as well, thanks for giving me the opportunity. Mobolaji: Ok. Please, tell us a little about yourself. Jola: I’m in final year studying Law & Business at the University of Liverpool. Mobolaji: Awesome! As a Nigerian student aboard, how has the experience been? Jola: It’s been an interesting journey; I’ve not particularly experienced any serious culture shock, but I have met many interesting people that make me question a lot about my own life. Mobolaji: So, you don’t get awkward comments sometimes? Jola: Not really, I have been asked some silly…
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