Our Wonder Woman today is the dauntless and inspiring Omilola Oshikoya. Trust me, she is all shades of awesome! Mrs. Oshikoya granted Prima Donnaz an interview session and despite her tight schedule, created time to answer all of our questions. Her message to you beautiful ladies today can be summed up in a quote, “DO … Continue reading Omilola Oshikoya: The Dauntless Woman
What do you do when you are hurt? When you give so much and receive peanuts? When it feels like you're being taken for granted: not appreciated, not valued, What do you do? What do you do: When the hurt and pains tightly grip your heart? How do you let them go so you don't … Continue reading Diary Of A Black Pearl II
How's been your reading culture lately? Excellent? Average? Or tres mal? Readers are leaders is a very true saying you know. This is true because a leader always evolves, and knowledge has a very key part to play in the transformation. So, here's my list of 5 books every lady should read before marriage. There … Continue reading Five Books Every Woman Must Read Before Marriage
You'd never know how important you are to you, Until you get established in this settled truth; In all your life including the months of May and June, After God, the only one you can trust is You.
The aphorism, "No man is an island" is immeasurably true. We are built for community; fashioned for interdependence; created to be a part of society. A Prima Donna knows the value and importance of having a support system. A support system consists of: 1. Mentors: Inspiring people looked up to for instructions, guidance and lessons. … Continue reading The Prima Donna and her Support System
Due to the impoverished state of nations, the world rallied on September 25th 2000 to agree and launch a set of eight goals popularly known as the “Millennium Development Goals”; which are:
- eradicate poverty and extreme hunger
- achieve universal basic education
- promote gender equality and empower women
- reduce child mortality
- improve maternal health
- combat HIV/AIDS and other related diseases
- ensure environmental sustainability|
- develop global partnerships for development.
The overall aim was to end poverty by 2015, but by 2014, over a billion of the world’s population were still leaving less than $1.25 a day. With this the United Nations decided to shift the “end the poverty” deadline by introducing a set of more universal goals that can help the world grow/develop sustainably, and end poverty by 2030.
In Nigeria, the MDGs knew no much attention until 2006, after the Obasanjo led government finally won the three year struggle for…
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Two things motivates us to change they say- Desperation or Inspiration I'll explain with stories. The pain of desperation "And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom"- Anais Nin There was a young man named Simon. This man inherited a … Continue reading Change: Inspiration or Desperation?
It's Saturday! Whoooohooo!!! Wait, why am I shouting? Saturday is a day full of chores- laundry, housework, cooking, and for some, washing of week-long dirty plates. :). Well, Saturday, is also a day to sit back, read a novel or two, watch a movie or two, reflect on the past week, thank God for successes, … Continue reading The Prima Donna and her Supernatural man
I saw Ade run swiftly, graciously too I got jealous, wore my stilettos And pursued hard after her I told myself she wasn’t as beautiful, gorgeous Or as intelligent as I So I ran, determined to overtake her… Thud! I fell without warning I hadn’t seen the hurdle in front of me I … Continue reading Speed and bruises