It’s Been Five Years Of Blogging!

It’s Been Five Years Of Blogging!

Hey hey hey! (Remember this?) I started writing on omobolaji.com on the 8th of January, 2015 and it's hard to believe that five whole years have passed since then! On the blog, I opened up like I had never done before. I wrote about my struggles and wins. I wrote about the time I had only N145 on me when I returned to Nigeria from Ghana and how God sent me an angel who helped me out. I wrote about the struggle to pay my fees during some semesters and how God told me that He was going to pay it all in full. I wrote about my past and how God's grace rescued me from a meaningless life. Oh,…
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Read this if you need help with your baby book.

Read this if you need help with your baby book.

Hey hey hey. Even though it's been almost two weeks, I'm still in awe of all God did/has done throughout my book journey.   From that first night I got the idea from God (I think in the Month of March or May), to the 24th of September, 2016 where we had the Nigerian launch, feedback and reviews have been phenomenal. (more…)
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As I resume my last year in the university…

As I resume my last year in the university…

Hey hey hey! School resumed yesterday. I'm still home, but I'm leaving soon. These 4 months at home have been indescribable. So little and so much has happened. These things haven't happened TO me as much as they've happened IN me. IN me. I remember the night we got to Ghana, my mum and I. We called my friend from Secondary School, took a cab to her hostel, ate semo and ogbono, then slept. The next morning, we went hunting for a hostel close to school. I found one with three students in the room, two had already started school. I resumed school late. (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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