PRESIDENT BUHARI’S OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER BECOMES A FATHER OF TWIN
WAKE UP AND LIVE YOUR DREAM!
SCIENCE AND KISSING 2
SCIENCE AND KISSING
True Love Stories…
WHAT DO YOU WANT?
MARRIAGE IS HARD
MERCY AIGBE WAS JUST WRONG
MAIDEN NAME vs MARRIED NAME
63 YEAR OLD WOMAN PUTS TO BED.
President Buhari’s official Photographer, Bayo Omoboriowo, becomes a father of Twins _ Lola Omitokun Omoboriowo, wife of Buhari’s photographer Bayo, recently gave birth to twins, LimeliteTV gathered. – Lola Omoboriowo nee Omitokun, daughter of a retired Naval officer, and the twins are all healthy, happy and doing fine, according to close family sources. _ The relative did not say where the twins were born but the couple appear to have been spending much of their time together,
Ive always known i have passion for helping people. When i was in the university, my friends are always waiting for me to help settle their disagreements, Tolu is always like a peacemaker, who will help friends and couples to sort their differences. Unfortunately i didn’t realise the ability i have on time, instead of concentrating on developing my gift and calling, i was busy chasing shadows. I have done virtually any type of business
So what is the purpose of kissing? Imagine a kiss being like a job interview for the elusive role of being someone’s significant other. The interviewer is looking for the candidate who best matches the job description. Similarly, when we kiss, we are looking for a mate that best matches our genetic make-up. ‘Wait, what do genes have to do with kissing?!’ – I hear you scream. Well, we actually have a group of genes called the MHC (major histocompatibility complex)
Why do we kiss? Kissing is wonderful – so wonderful that most of us can recall 90 per cent of the details of our first kiss. Human beings have been preoccupied with kissing for years. It features as the climax of all great Hollywood love stories, and is celebrated by singers and poets alike. In reality, kissing is nothing more than two people putting their faces together and exchanging spit. How on earth did something so gross become
After 35 years of marriage with four children and four grandchildren, former secondary school teacher, Mr Kolawole and his wife, got their dream destination pre-wedding photo session in Canada courtesy of their photographer son, Jide Kola. Oh what a joy of shared values and dreams. Years down the line, you can look back and be proud of the decision you took with that individual. hat could be more beautiful and perfect like a love story
So many people have a very long list about what their ideal man should look like and I am not an exception. Before I met my Ideal man, i already had it clear in my mind that I wanted the ‘PERFECT’ man and at the same time, he was going to be the first and only man in my life. It was a difficult task and none of my friends believed I would accomplish it.
Recently, my parents celebrated their 40th anniversary. As we were celebrating, I leaned over and asked my father what he felt about being married for 40 years. He looked at me and said, “It’s pretty depressing knowing that you have been married longer than you have been single!” He smiled, laughed and then quoted, “Never take it too seriously. Remember to have joy in the journey. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured.” I
This is just pitiful and sad. The things that individuals endure in order to keep the society happy is beyond our imagination. I sincerely believe that if things go this way, the institution of marriage will be totally destroyed. Mercy Aigbe states categorically that she stayed in an abusive relationship because SHE WANTS TO STAY MARRIED. What then do we say to a society that makes you and yet destroys you? Why would you stay
Ever heard of a woman vs. wife vs. mom identity crisis? I curse these maiden name vs. married name dilemmas. Who am I? At this point in my life, I do feel like I know who I am. But, ask me to put it on paper and, well, I start feeling weird. Disrespectful. Wrong too. When I got married, I made a snap decision to keep my maiden name and now as a mom I
The 63-year old woman, Margaret Davou, is said to be the oldest African woman to conceive and give birth through IVF. Margaret shares her story with Vanguard, she says ; I have been married for 38 years without a child but at 63 years, having looked for this baby for many years, God decided to answer my prayer, I am very happy having her. I give all glory to God because He is the one