Saturday, May 25, 2013

Special Feature

Hey people,today I feature Nigeria's leading online shop reason is simple,they decided they would put smiles on the faces of the less privileged children.And what's more? They made sure they gave you and I the opportunity to also contribute.Read on,comment and share if you will.

Make a difference this Children’s Day with


Lagos, Nigeria, May 21, 2013- As the world gets ready to mark yet another Children’s Day, your number 1 online retailer, has introduced a charity give-back initiative using its social media platform. “In celebrating this year’s children’s day, we at Jumia in addition to other onsite initiatives will be giving back to the less privileged children in the society using our Facebook and Twitter pages. This is an initiative that will require the support of our friends on social media, how? It starts with a like or follow on Facebook and Twitter respectively. We are very grateful to our friends who have supported the cause so far; as we speak we have already raised N5, 877 in the first day. ”, this was according to Opeyemi Adetomiwa, community manager at

All it takes is for every ‘like’ on the Jumia Facebook and ‘follow’ on their Twitter pages, N1 will be donated to a charity on children’s day. SO, all you need do to put a smile on the face of that needy child this Children’s Day is to ‘like’, ‘follow’ and ‘share’ with your own friends, it’s that simple.

Click here to start ‘liking’, you could be the reason for that kids smile. is the leading and most trafficked e-commerce company in Nigeria, according to globally renowned web information service Our website enjoys about 70,000 unique visitors daily, making us 5th most viewed local content site in Nigeria, sells a broad range of products including fashion, consumer electronics and home appliances, mobile devices, books, baby’s toys and gifts, fragrances, beauty products, games, event tickets; Visit .


Friday, May 24, 2013

Avoid Unnecessary Justification

Hello blogsville,I trust you guys have been fabulous? I know I've been away for God knows how long now but,I'm fully back now and no more being an absentee blogger*winks*.. I missed you'all oo and I hope I was missed too?

Life can be very annoying at times especially,when people try to justify their devilish and heinous crimes and actions.. The Woolwich butcher got me thinking about how wicked and incomprehensible,the human mind can be. No wonder the bible said, "the heart of man is desperately wicked;who can know it"? But really,who can? There are so many crimes being committed daily against humanity and the perpetrators,always have ready answers to give as to why they did it.

Over the years,humans have always had reasons both cogent and stupid ones,for doing that bad thing they did just to take away the guilt they may feel afterwards and this,has seared the conscience of many. An instance is,most people know there is something inherently wrong with taking free money,dispossessing people of their hard-earned money,living off the government,lying,being dependent and making no contribution to the society in which they live but choose to justify their acts by,joining the bandwagon of people that say,everyone is doing it so why shouldn't I?

To compensate for this deep inner feeling of unease,people who are getting something for nothing create,elaborate justifications and rationale to explain to themselves and to others,why they are entitled to this free money. People should stop justifying their evil acts and start doing the right things..

Y'all should have a fun-filled weekend. Ciao