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I am Kehinde Gbadamosi (Kenny MGBG), a value adder, a messenger of passion, a builder of people, a speaker, a life coach and a child/adolescent advocate. I am a graduate of the University of Ilorin where I studied English Language. I am passionate about children and believe that children are special gifts from God and should be treasured.
I woke up this morning with pain in my heart. I thought I could ignore the pain but I realized we need to start addressing this issue. I went to visit a friend who resides in an off campus hostel in one of our federal universities. I choose not to mention the name of the university. As I was leaving, I perceived an odour
Hows y’all? My name is Hephzibaby, baby because I like to be pampered, like seriously pampered, you knows chauffeur-driven, pizza, chicken, shawarma and ice cream, manicure and pedicure, sun bathe, designer wearing, name dropping et al. #chewing gums. They said we want to get married oh. So, let’s just yan marriage tori. Currently, as at the time of this post Hephzibaby is SINGLE to stupor and is requesting for applicants. So plizk all interested applicants should purchase a “hephzibaby suitor’s form”. Just….
Today’s post starts with two, 2 pere oh, two questions;
Question 1: Assuming you have a master’s degree can you date or marry someone with a primary school leaving certificate?
Question 2: Would you date a dude you earn more than or a babe who earns
Heres my answer
So I had the golden opportunity to facilitate/teach in a Coaching/Mentorship Whatsapp group and I feel like sharing the teaching with y’all, this is the original script… I really hope you will be bless. Plus I enjoyed researching and writing this…. So guys here we go…..
I really felt like sharing this experience with yall. You know especially in this season of owambes, you don’t have to go all out to buy aso-ebi if you cant afford it oh. Besides that you can’t afford it now does not mean you can’t afford it late. Honestly speaking, why go into debts, because you want to please someone? Who debts epp?
NB: be rest assured I wont pick any aso-ebi for any of my events/ceremonies, I honestly feel its too much stress on your friends. My personal opinion tho, i don’t have anything against those who do. If i have spare money, i buy, if i don’t, it doesn’t stop me from finding something nice in my wardrobe and attending, except you don’t want me to… Nd really, say you call party and people attend, you better be grateful oh, hummmm, na honour them honour you oh.
So I was in Badagry over the weekend #dancing. All my Badagry people I hail oh!
By the way I like all them Badagry names : Medeyonmi, Senami, Sesi, Wusu, Sewanu, Seweyon, Tadayon, Jesuyon amongst other.
Also, shout out to all the wonderful people I met in Badagry like Debo, Kenny, Charles, Sewayon, Sammy, Chichi, and my amazing host and hostess Tosin and Ronke.
It’s a new month
And it the seventh month meaning we are in the second half of the year 2017.
How time flies right?
Time does fly oh! Really, I mean, when did we just shout ‘Happy New Year’ ke?
But that’s the way of life oh. In no time, it will be December 2017 oh?
So, how has the year being for you? I(take a min to answer)
Anyway, for me January to June, 2017 was being quite very eventful. A lot of experiences, good, bad, ugly, success, challenges but am grateful to still be standing. And most importantly have reached some of my goals for the year. Moral of all my gist, do an appraisal of the months spent and set new goals for the remaining 6 months.
So I remember at the beginning of the year I met with one of my daddies and pastor, Rev Albert Femi Oduwole, and I recalling telling him how busy I was at that time; I had a lot on my plates and I didn’t really know how best to handle them. Then he said and I quote, “Hepzibah, you are never going to get less busy, you have to learn to juggle them all and know what is important in each season”. That just stayed with me. Honestly, its not easy juggling all, but gradually am getting better at it, you too should.
Then I saw the body move. Someone shouted “ikunle abiyamo oh” (I cant inteprete that one oh, but it does mean something like a pregnant woman’s labour pains).
So I ran to the other side of the road. Another man, whom l later knew as Mr Jibola dragged the body off the main road and started CPR amidst the many screams and prayers that rented the air. The body was that of a 13 year old boy. He was unconscious. Someone else shouted ‘e lo mu omi wa’.