A Yoruba Traditional Praise & Worship Theatrical Concert to celebrate GOD.
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THE MOTHER OF ALL WEDDING CELEBRATIONS A few days ago, I was going on a walk when I stumbled across a horse drawn carriage. The horses had pink feathers on their manes and a gentleman wearing a tuxedo was walking along side them. He had on a sweet pink tie and a matching pocket square. A lady was driving theContinue Reading...
CUT OUT THE PRETENSE A few days ago, someone sent me a WhatsApp video in which a young man was praying to God. He spoke in a patois, a pidgin that is popular in the South – southern part of Nigeria (which would be virtually impossible to understand if you are not Nigerian and still difficult to decode ifContinue Reading...
HIS LOVE NEVER FAILS While growing up as a young lady, I used to attend a lot of wedding ceremonies with my parents. It was always so much fun and I used to look forward to those outings. My parents never allowed us to go late. They were very strict with time keeping. So we would always get toContinue Reading...