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5 Lessons in Life People Learn Too Late

There are a lot of things no one teaches you about life; except those brief moments your parents talk to you and

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10 Reasons Why The World Is A Global Village

We are in the 21st century and the world is already being recognized as a “global village”. The world is now almost

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Fashion in the Work Place: Spice up your Office Outfits

Wearing the same outfit to the office can get boring at some point; not to mention that we sometimes run out of

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Meet The Founder Of Ovelly Naturals - Exclusive Interview

In this exclusive interview, I had the privilege to learn about the brain behind Ovelly Naturals, and how she started an amazing natural skin care brand here in Nigeria, that  caters for the African Skin and protects it from dangerous chemicals. Olubukola birthed her business while on a quest for safe and non-toxic skin care products.

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Tourism The Beauty Of Africa : Top 8 Wildlife Safari Parks In Africa

An African safari trip is an experience of a lifetime as you get to satisfy your wanderlust in the wild and marvel

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GTBank Food And Drink Fair Is Back!!!

Are you wondering why I am so excited? Just imagine yourself surrounded by deliciously looking cuisines and

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CBN To Set To Revive Nigeria's Textile Industry

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has announced plans to revive Nigeria’s textile industry, unveiling measures that

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Meet The Founder Of Mmabon Custom & Retail | Exclusive Interview

In this exclusive interview with Elizabeth Ido, Creative Director and Founder of Mmabon Custom and retail, I got to learn about how the Mmabon brand was built, the vision behind the brand and a few tips and nuggets to consider, when starting a business in the custom design and retail industry.  (more…)

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African Platter Map : Matoke, Uganda On A Plate

On today’s episode of Bellafricana’s African Platter map, I am bringing you a recipe to one of Uganda’s most popular delicacies called, Matoke. Be sure to let me know if you try it and how it turns out.  (more…)

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The History Of Asooke : Cloth Weaving In SouthWest Nigeria

Aso-Oke is a short form of Aso Ilu Oke also known as Aso-Ofi meaning clothes from the up-country. It is the traditional wear of the Yoruba’s (the tribe of the southwest people in Nigeria, Africa). (more…)

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