Tinu Smith A.K.A Datina is an Ibadan mother, Fashion designer, mentor, lifecoach. she is deeply passionate about music. She deeply has passion for women and youth empowerment, she has been having her event Colours of Worship years now. She recently spoke about her life, passion and event with Whatsupibadan.com Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Humans of Ibadan: I prepared for my 3rd WASC exams as if my next breath after the exams depended on it – Mrs Oni
Memory is the faculty of the mind that brings past to the present. Schooling while growing up was a tough job for me. I was an average student who hated promotional exams. Every 3rd term was a nightmare, as I always had the fear of failing and repeating my class. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
Fashion in Africa cannot be underrated by any standard. The industry is fast growing and developing in Nigeria. The exhibition of new styles and designs in the industry is matching global standard with its unique dynamic voice. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
In order to shed more light on our ongoing hunger campaign, #Someoneishungry. We have conducted an interview with the initiator of Afo-Hi, where he speaks on all there is to know about the campaign. Can we meet you? I am Afouda Samuel, an OAP, a Lawyer, a MC and and Entrepreneur. I’m the third child in a family of four children and I am based in Ibadan. What inspired Afo-Hi? Afo-Hi is a social campaign and a social experiment that was bore out of my personal experience and the understanding of the fact that whatever a man has been...
I left secondary school at a very young age. I got an admission that same year into the University, I was not given what I applied for but because I wanted to leave the house and finish school early, I accepted Religious studies as a course of study for four good years. Years went by and I graduated early enough just like I wanted to. After service year and after looking for job for a long while was when reality dawned on me that nobody wanted to offer a Religious studies graduate any job. It was like I had nothing...
I grew up in the Far East where education is only for the rich. I didn’t have the opportunity for higher education; I struggled to finish high school which was the end of education for me. After years of farming I decided to relocate to Ibadan where I stayed with my uncle who helped me get a job as a clerk at the University of Ibadan. I was very hard working, and everyone loved me until I was disqualified and sacked due to request for education upgrades. Of course, I was sent to the street after many years in service....
THE presenter of Talogaju, Mr Tunji Ajibade, a Yoruba quiz programme on Galazy Television, Ibadan revealed he had to introduce travel and tourism issues on his programme when he realised that tourism is not only an entertainment matter, but a a socio- cultural sector which needs showcasing . Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
The name Don T is a household name in Ibadan and the South-West. He has built his profile as a media personality with various FM stations in Ibadan, a regional judge with MTN Project Fame, among other projects. He discussed his media journey with ROTIMI IGE in this interview. Excerpts Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
A new scent of awesomeness has arrived, it is in form of a great pageant which would leave female ground breaking entrepreneurs in its wake, it is Miss Savvy Nigeria. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email
First and foremost, Ibadan is well known with the seven hills that constitute the geographical description of the city. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email