Week 26 (EPL) Fixtures and Analyses.

Chelsea vs Swansea match looks very predictable but some variables may come to play causing a major upset.

Week 26 matches may be somewhat unpredictable because of the hiatus, no thanks to the ‘long break’ but again habits die hard. Now does that mean we should expect the status quo. Maybe, maybe not! Continue reading Week 26 (EPL) Fixtures and Analyses.

Life of Colours.

‘Resplendent’ describes this fashionista.  (Pic source: mjemagazine.com)

Colours are the flowers of life. They are potentials, resources abundantly available to us all. Alas we missed a lot back in the day of Black and White TV.

Understand your shape and shade, comprehend your colour and compliment with beautiful colours.

Colours make love on the fabrics of fashionistas, their outfit speaks elegance, their style confidence little wonder eyes at events follow them around.

Idris Elba on the Spotlight.

Ruggedly handsome and award-winning British actor, musician and DJ Idrissa Akunna (Idris Elba).

He was born on September 6, 1972 (44) in Hackney, London. His dad is a Sierra Leonean, his mum Ghanaian.

Once described as one of the sexiest men alive and met the cut of Time’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2016.

(more pics and info if you process) Continue reading Idris Elba on the Spotlight.

‘Motorist Companion’ is Recommended to all Drivers.

Every driver needs this great material and every car deserves Motorist Companion.

The book is highly significant in tutoring and creating sportsmanlike-drivers thereby making our roads safer. Appropriate for driving schools and transport companies.

It’s recommended to institutions and government parastatal – FRSC, VIO …. Continue reading ‘Motorist Companion’ is Recommended to all Drivers.

Mother-Daughter Relationship.

Nollywood actress Annie Idibia with daughters, Isabella and Olivia. (Pic source: thenet.ng)

Your child as a kid would express innate-behaviour peculiar to her age and gender so as a responsible mother ‘put on her shoes, see the world with her eyes, analyze issues with her mind.’

As a mum your daughter looks up to you for many things; as a dad your son takes a cue from you; now that’s an essential clue to you parents. Continue reading Mother-Daughter Relationship.

February 21, International Mother Language Day.

Nigerian Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka with a group of children in Lagos. (Pic source: theconversation.com)

International Mother Language Day (IMLD) is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.

First announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999, it was formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages – Wikipedia.

Multilingual literacy and culture propagates tolerance and interdependence amongst peoples. Continue reading February 21, International Mother Language Day.

Social Media Drama (SMD).

Internet and Social Media made our world smaller than Mustard seed. (Pic source: Linekdin)

If you interacted with someone of recent and the person updates his social media or upload a DP, on a good day you’re likely to infer that such was referring to you but many times they are not.

Moutinho could have someone in particular in mind and the person might fully comprehend the message but many others would assume and infer that the missile was sent to them. Continue reading Social Media Drama (SMD).

Affection Span on the Spotlight (II)

 Don’t give monotony monopoly in your home. Add music, warmth, life and spice! (Pic source: shutterstock.com)

The Versions:

Some people have short pre-dating affection span and some experience marital short affection span. A lady notorious for playing hard-to-get but not smart enough to make herself a bestseller while the waiting lasts may never walk down the aisle with a man who is prone to pre-dating short affection span. Challenges are motivating when they are interesting and feasible or realizable. Continue reading Affection Span on the Spotlight (II)