• King-of--boys
    Book and Movie Review,  Nigerian in Diaspora

    King of Boys (2018) Movie [Cast, Trailer & Reviews]

    If you’ve not heard about the movie, King of Boys, especially if you live in Nigeria or you’re Nigerian, then you’re probably living under a rock. Because King of Boys is the movie of the moment. King of Boys is on everyone’s lips. King of Boys here, King of Boys there. And it’s so sad that people living outside Nigeria cannot watch it because it’s only showing in Nigerian cinemas.  King of Boys Trailer King of Boys is a movie written and directed by Kemi Adetiba. King of Boys Movie Plot “King of Boys follows the story of Alhaja Eniola Salami, a businesswoman and philanthropist with a checkered past and…

  • Luvvie-Ajayi-engaged
    Book and Movie Review,  Celebrity,  News and Entertainment,  Nigerian in Diaspora,  Relationship and Family

    Look who’s engaged- Luvvie Ajayi!

    Luvvie Ajayi is engaged! Yippeee!!! The new York Times bestselling author of I’m Judging You- The Do Better Manual announced her engagement on her Instagram page. Let me confess- Luvvie Ajayi is one of my most favourite women in the world. I’m sure she doesn’t know this, and she doesn’t know me even but I’m sure she knows that she’s loved by many (women especially). How did I get to know that this awesome personality exists? I stumbled on her book, I’m Judging You- The Do Better Manual online and I decided to get it and read because of her Yoruba surname. I have a thing for Nigerian writers. I…

  • Nigerian in Diaspora

    What to do in Stockholm City Center

    Last week, we had to travel to Stockholm city, Sweden, for some days and honestly, I didn’t want to return to our base. I’ve always boasted of the beauty of Copenhagen city, Denmark, where we live but on stepping on Stockholm soil, I told my husband, “Wow, this place is beautiful!”😍 I didn’t know I hadn’t seen anything yet. Hihihi. The airport (Stockholm-Arlanda International Airport) is so beautiful with restrooms spic and span. It’s the largest and busiest airport in Sweden. We got on the airport shuttle (usually for tourists) to the city’s central station after buying our tickets. Our host was to pick us up from there. I had…

  • Lifestyle,  Nigerian in Diaspora

    HOW MY NIGERIAN JOLLOF RICE GOT OUR EUROPEAN GUESTS TALKING

    So last week Friday, I conquered my fear of cooking large meals. Even though I’m a good cook, I mean whatever I cook usually turns out to be delicious, which is also evident by my husband’s frequent compliments of my meals, I have a phobia for cooking meals in large quantities. I used to wonder how caterers and restaurant owners do it. Maybe it’s because I come from a family of five who doesn’t eat much or because I eat in little quantity. Thus I project my appetite unto others. Anyways, back to my story, I had to prepare our very own Nigerian party jollof rice for about twenty people,…