#MondayMotivation: “If I have power to change the past, I will change the fact that I have to become an orphan at 4” – Vincent Adeoba, ‘The Luckiest Orphan on Earth’

You know we all have some greatness in us right? Don’t get too lost, few weeks ago, we started publishing the story of a young Nigeria, who affirmed that he started his first line of business with just N200 and made a profit of over N500, 000 monthly. So many people didn’t believe the story,… Read More #MondayMotivation: “If I have power to change the past, I will change the fact that I have to become an orphan at 4” – Vincent Adeoba, ‘The Luckiest Orphan on Earth’

#ODYET Oridinary Youths Doing Extra-ordinary Things – Meet the Nigerian Youth Who Built a Quad copter from Scratch

Just as we reported few weeks ago, about the introduction of our column,’Ordinary Youths Doing Extra-ordinary Things’, on this day, we are here. Sadly, our site is not yet ready, that is why we are publishing it here. This is our premier story in this column, and it is about a young Nigerian, who is… Read More #ODYET Oridinary Youths Doing Extra-ordinary Things – Meet the Nigerian Youth Who Built a Quad copter from Scratch

#ThrowBackThursday: Professor Wole Soyinka with his daughter in 1963

#GlitzPlusMagazine #GlitzPlusEnt- #ThrowBackThursday: Wole Soyinka with his first daughter Moremi in 1963 He was born into a Yoruba family in Abeokuta and named, Akinwande Oluwole “Wole” Babatunde Soyinka, he was given birth-to on the 13th of July 1934. He is a Nigerian playwright and poet. He was awarded the 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature, the… Read More #ThrowBackThursday: Professor Wole Soyinka with his daughter in 1963