In life, we are humbled by three things; a job, a marriage and parenthood. This episode watch, Yetty Williams, Founder, LagosMums talk about the humbling, but yet most fulfilling experience of being a parent.
Who are you? This question of identity has plagued us since we’ve been “yea high”. In a chat with HOTM host, Omilola Oshikoya; Martin Abraham and Modupe Fagbohungbe: Speaker & Chef, share their remarkable journey of self discovery.
Together with Guiding Light Assembly, we embark on a journey to Adamawa State, in northern Nigeria; extending a hand of hope to victims of Boko Haram living in an informal ‘internally displaced persons’ camp in the Malkohi community.
When you are single and over thirty; female and especially Nigerian, society taunts you with one question – when will you marry? Omilola Oshikoya sits in a chat with Lape Soetan, Author and Love Coach, as she talks us through life as a single woman in one of Africa’s most diversely cultural environment – Lagos.
Children mirror truthfully the mindset of our society, and since the Clark ‘Doll Test’ Experiment broke into mainstream media, it revealed the degrading mindset society instilled in its children, on what it means to be black and beautiful. This week, watch as Taofick Okoya, a social entrepreneur, as he defines what it means to be