Showing posts from June, 2019

Yinka Ogunde

Today's Phenomenal woman is Mrs Ogunde Yinka.  She is a skilled marketing communication professional who is passionate to make positive impact upon her society.  She heads Edumark ( a leading Education Marketing Firm working with lead Educational Institutions across Nigeria.

Edumark is a leading provider of marketing communication services to top institutions in various parts of Nigeria.
Profile source:LinkedIn

She is also Director at Concerned Parents and Educators Network, a social enterprise aimed at addressing issues in our Education sectors, matters arising on parenting and children's well being.

I am greatly inspired by her energetic, supportive and passionate approach to promoting quality Education and improving Education in our country.  I hope she becomes the Minister of Education someday.

I celebrate you Ma.
Healthy moms and kids Africa celebrates you.

PS: The selection criteria was based on Convener at Healthy moms and kids Africa observing her over time and becomin…

National Bureau of Statistics report on violence and crime against women in Nigeria.

According to the data received from the Nigerian Police force and Ministry of Justice, rape cases in Nigeria have been on the rise. The percentage of rape incidence for girls was 63.04percent in 2015 which increased to 72.13 percent in 2016 but decreased to 69.33percent in 2017.

Over 90percent of suspects arrested for drug related offenses in 2015-2017 92.7, 93.5 and 93.9 respectively were men, while women made up 7.3,6.5,6.2 respectively.

Women aged 45-49 had the highest percentage of Female Genital Mutilation compared to other age group.

Offence of trafficking in person's occured mostly in the 16-25 age group where women constituted about 73.63percent.

National Bureau of Statistics.

What could be done to reduce trafficking in Nigeria?
 How can we have a healthier future when our teenagers are trafficked?

Let's discuss.  Please send in your comments


Studies have shown that bitter leaf drink helps women stay younger for a long time

Studies have shown that bitter leaf extract helps women to stay younger for a long time.  It has B-carotene that affects female gender hormone positively.   It improves appetite and every effective to step down blood glucose.
Our one month Healthy living Challenge is on: Drink a glass of bitter leaf extract to get  rid of excess sugar consumed over the weekend or last week.

Could eating a diet based on your blood type help you get healthier?

Photo credit: draxe
Some researchers claim that the food you eat react chemically with your blood type.

Find out yours:

Type O blood:  High protein, vegetables. Consume little grain, beans and dairy.

 Type A blood: Meat free diet, eat more of fruits, veggies, beans and legumes.

Type B blood: Avoid corn, wheat, lentils, peanuts and chicken 😀😀😀😀😀.

Type AB blood: focus on dairy, seafoods, green veggies.

🤔🤔🤔 Are you thinking what I am thinking? 😀😀😀😀

We will stay strong and healthy. Don't get pressured on these rules.


One month Healthy living Challenge

We all know that living healthy and cutting off unhealthy diet is challenging.  We would crave for some bits of that yummy cake, soda, fries etc.

We will take you through one month of this challenge.

Are you ready to take action?  A daily journal keeps you on check. You can get this journal by emailing

Our first challenge is "cut off the sugar, artificial sweeteners and soda."

We hope to take you through this journey.
Who's in?

I am!

See you there!