It is a general belief that the female community needs to be empowered. Yearly budget especially in the African countries carries different empowerment programs geared towards raising her and given her voice financially in the society. Now how effective are these policies and programs? As an individual who is pictured as a weaker vessel, how well have you transformed what you have benefited from different programs to sustain you financially? The little you have can…"3 Financial mistakes every lady must avoid."
You can only seek to solve a problem when you are conscious the problem really exist. Have you ever thought why you are still single? Then here are 6 lessons to learn while you are still single. 1. Emotional Trauma Ladies who have experienced past failed relationships are most likely closed to having new ones. If you have been through a few, you might have fallen into the habit of blocking chances of romantic spark…"6 important lesson you need to learn while still single."
Few years ago, 4 young men were lynched to death by some group of aggrieve youths in Alu community of rivers state, Nigeria. These men were alleged to have stolen some valuables. This blatant act of injustice meted out to the victims made headlines on main stream media and went viral across the internet. Human rights activists took stance against this barbaric act with protests and the call for a law against jungle justice. The…"Jungle justice and the ripple effect of bad leadership"
As an African man I understand the need for a woman to accord a man his deserved respect as well as dignify and make him the head of the home. I understand our culture admonishes a woman to be totally submitted to her husband as a symbol of authority. But the hard truth is that most African men fail to understand that this should not be done at the expense of a woman’s own dreams…"The Hard truth African men need to be told."
So many times I wish I could speak up when I actually had a chance. However, there are times to keep shut and watch things pass by. But keeping silence in the face of abusive relationship can be more frustrating. Below are important times to break the silence in such a relationship. When you know you are right When you have an opinion, be confident enough to share. In such a relationship, you might not…"When to break the silence in an abusive relationship"
How do you steal a husband? Well, lace your lips with honey, dress to tease, sprawl on a warm bed, call out his name in ecstasy and voila! he is yours. The art of husband poaching is going mainstream and stories of aggrieved wives are quite commonplace in our tabloids mainstream radio shows. For a country that is deeply steeped in its patriarchal roots, reverse gender roles seem contradictory. I grew up with the clear…"When Single Women are loved and pampered by married Men"
Being independent is more challenging than the freedom it affords. Having all the time with no one to account for can be a great challenge. A caged or overprotected lady from home at the first taste of absolute independence in a University Campus will most likely become “overexposed” in school leading to a plunge into various vices, dictated by the whims and caprices of the new environment. Lack of proper exposure from home however, can…"Important things you never knew about the strenght of a Lady"
The Nigerian Tribune, the oldest surviving private newspaper in Nigeria has endorsed Africanrubiz’s Female Campus Gender Writing Competition. This came shortly after the Project Director, Association for the Advancement of Womanhood (AAWON) and initiator of Africanrubiz, Dr Kemi Wale-Olaitan and the Africanrubiz team paid a courtesy visit to the management of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) Plc, publishers of the Tribune titles, at the Imalefalafia, Oke-Ado, Ibadan, office. This endorsement according to the Managing…"Nigeria Tribune endorses Africanrubiz’s Female Campus Gender Writing Competition"
Moyinoluwa Adeyemi, a young developer and one of the facilitators of events for Google Developer Group in Lagos, Nigeria has proven that the potential of the African woman is limitless if given the equal opportunity to compete with her male counterpart. In the technology space of nearly one female in every 50 males, she navigated all odds to develop an Android watch face that practically tells time in yoruba language. Moyinoluwa Adeyemi, a…"Moyinoluwa Adeyemi, A model of the ingenuity of the African woman."
There is a general notion about relationships that when a lady asks her boyfriend if her relationship with him will result in marriage, then she’s been too forward or desperate. I was having a conversation on this subject a week ago with a friend and then I asked him what his thought or reaction will be if his girlfriend ask him of his plans for marriage. He felt uncomfortable and with a deep sigh, he…"Why it is not wrong to ask your boyfriend if your relationship will lead to marriage."