Thursday, October 20, 2016


Good morning everyone! It is 3.23am, wide awake, and what a good time to blog as the house is very quiet and my baby is not climbing all over me. I was gisting yesterday with a friend , I just have to share what she said because I  wondered if I will ever get tired of talking about the wrong impression my fellow brother and sisters back home have about living abroad.

A woman called few weeks back from Nigeria to say, she wanted to stay with her friend for 2 months, and work for that short period because she heard, she can get a job for $20/hour and she intends to get 3 jobs! She will use the money to buy items back home for sales, and while coming abroad, she will bring plenty Nigerian food for sale. Her friend told her first, she cannot stay with her for 2 months, secondly, there are many African shops, and thirdly, where was she going to see 3 jobs within 2 months? More-over, for $20/hour?

I really want to laugh, but this is a serious matter! My guys, this is 2016, and I believed most Nigerians have access to internet and have any information they need. 3 jobs? Yes! Some do it, but not within 2 months and how they do it, I don't know, because there is 24 hours in a day, most I see is 2 jobs ... work in the morning and night, or weekdays and weekends. I know a co-worker who is doing 3 jobs, he is always sleeping every little break he gets and have heavy bags under his eyes, walking sluggishly, because he is always tired.

$20/hour? For an immigrant doing survival job? Talkless for one with a visiting visa without work permit? Of course! Many diasporas earn more than that but NOT on survival jobs! And what are survival jobs? Simply put, non-professional jobs or menial jobs to put food on the table and pay bills until one can break into the corporate market or get their desired job! Hence, some do 2 jobs, at the end of the day, they total between $20-$30/hour, but, remember, the higher your income, the higher your tax, and during tax returns, if you don't have dependents or much expenses, you will pay the government back!

How do this wrong information get out there in this era of knowledge that is being shared everyday on different platforms? Is it possible some diasporas exaggerate or lie to impress or intimidate or oppress people back home? OR  Those who come visiting, see vacancy adverts for certain jobs and assumed it is same for every job and when they go back home, they tell friends when narrating their holiday experience? PLEASE, I REALLY WANT TO KNOW HOW THIS WRONG INFORMATION STILL GETS SPREAD OUT IN 2016? SO IT CAN BE ADDRESSED! 

This wrong mentality need to be changed ASAP! That was how another friend asked to be housed for 2 months by her former hostess, so she can work, the request was declined! Another wanted his friend to accommodate him for 2 weeks holiday, the friend refused! A man asked a friend to host a pregnant lady who came to give birth, out-rightly, the diaspora said NO! The man was surprised and angrily said, YOU DIASPORAS SEF! OH! Just last week, 2 siblings had a major fall out when the younger sibling invited  a pregnant woman from Nigeria  without his elder brother's consent, to come and stay in a house where he does NOT pay rent or any bill! He relocated barely a year ago, he still has that entitlement mentality, since, his brother made everything comfortable for him, so he did not know the challenges immigrants undergo before settling down!

Alright guys. Daz all! See you next time, and thanks for visiting always.

Monday, October 10, 2016


Good morning everyone! 
Imagine! The 3 interesting topics I have written inside my head just went, FI-AM!  ME-HNN! I need to re-negotiate my contract with my muse o. While waiting to wake up my muse, I went to check my stats out of curiosity because of what Atilola said about traffic declining after Thursday ... and nope, that is not why I am posting today ... I am cooking my all favourite ogbono soup right now, since, I was so tired to do so after church service yesterday, so I am multi-tasking! I will be off tomorrow morning, but oga want to chop iyan with ogbono this night when he comes back from work ... he don try sef, he has been eating rice for 2 weeks straight! Lemme go and turn the soup, I dey come..... I did not understand 'jack' about my stats ... I joke! Thank you all for always visiting my blog, it is very encouraging regardless of veryyyyy few comments. OH! Atilola made a good observation and valid point, but I will continue to update when I have any gist to yarn you guys. Atilola nah efiko abeg! SHIOR! NA WA, for that babe sha! I can just picture how organized her wedding will be. EKU palemo oo.{If she has chance to read this post sef, with all that preparation going on}.

The pastor yesterday said, if he was born far back in the 18th century, he would have been killed as a baby, because any form of deformity on a child was not acceptable or it was as a result of sins committed by the parents. His left hand is smaller. There was a moment of soberness when we imagined how life was then. My thoughts trailed to a comment I read few months back in an entertainment blog, where an anonymous commenter said, AS people should stop breeding! I read that comment again to make sure a human being actually typed those words! INDEED! OUT OF THE ABUNDANCE OF A MAN'S HEART, HE SPEAKS! And, NO! This post is not about Sickle cell anemia, before unah say, I don come again with my 'righteous anger!'

The fickleness abi shallowness of some human mind is astonishing!!! He or she is probably not the only one with such thoughts! Some people believes only certain individuals deserves the best things in life either because of their looks, complexion, education or money. In lieu of this, may I also recommend that short people should stop breeding! Ugly people should stop breeding! Fat people should stop breeding! Poor people should stop breeding! Illiterates should stop breeding! Infact, dark people should stop breeding 0 jare! So that, we can have tall, good looking, slim, fair, rich and educated people alone! And Nigeria the world  will be a better place to live happily ever after! 

The human race is so consumed with aesthetics and materialism that some people suffer body image problem and depression! That some will go to any length to fit into the 'mould.' GOD'S mercy and a person's character goes a long way to make an individual what he or she becomes in life! For it is not by our power or might or what we do, nor is the race for the swift, fast, strong, beautiful, handsome, slim, fat, short, tall, rich, poor, educated, illiterate, fair or dark, but to WHOM GOD chooses to pour HIS grace upon! Amen! 


Saturday, October 01, 2016


The only constant thing is change itself! I supported the change in my father's  land regardless of who was bringing it! I have read so many negativity about the new administration, that whenever I tried to be objective and encouraging, I am told, it is because I now live abroad, that is why I am 'just talking!' 

Please, ex-squeeze me! I spent my 38 years in Nigeria, I was not born with a silver spoon, nor did I marry a Danjuma! I am still very much in contact with my family back home. We discuss everything ranging from food to the recent happenings in 9ja, so I know whats-up!

Do you guys think people don't hunger in diaspora? Or there are no poor people? Or no deprivations? or beggars?  Many people are on food stamp! Organic food is expensive to buy! Only genetically modified food are very affordable, which researchers say are harmful to us! But wetin man go do? We must chop!

SO! Where am I going with this? Well, it is to tell my fellow Nigerians that even in overseas, diasporas are managing like you! See, ehen, forget all those beautiful pictures unah dey look for social platforms o, until you come to live here, you will join in counting the nickels before you purchase anything! PRUDENCE is the key! STOP frivolities! Separate your NEEDS from your wants! This is a time to set BOUNDARIES and PRIORITIES! This is not the time for 'I- just-come-visit-you'! SENTIMENTS DOES NOT PAY BILLS OR PUT FOOD ON THE TABLE! Find very simple meals to prepare! Find substitutes, like okro for draw soup instead of obognon. Cut your meat or chicken or fish into smaller bits, dem no dey chop meat belleful abeg! FOOD should be the most important thing in your home than clothes or jewelries aso-ebi or owambe! 


Saturday, September 17, 2016


SO! IT IS FRIDAY! I am gonna rock like is my BIRTHDAY! {Psquare lyrics}... I lie! I am lying on my couch resting to get ready for work tonight ... sigh! Talking of work, my co-worker didn't come to work for 3 whole days!! She came yesterday and no explanation whatsoever! She owns me none though! But we were worried about her, wondering if she was sick! The O.Y.O attitude in work places does not encourage team work. I use the bathroom twice on every shift, and wetin my eyes dey see, na wa! The other day, I nearly stepped on a drop of menstrual blood on the floor! Another day, I saw a syringe on the floor ... maybe the person is diabetic? (Nitty, don't jump into any conclusion!) The most annoying one was the 'neat freak' who laid plenty tissues on the toilet seat before use, and left it for her 'maid' to remove after use! SERIOUSLY? 
see the mess someone left for another to remove before use!

Talking of 'neat freak', there is one like that , during break, she will lay sheets of paper towel on the table before placing her keys, phones , plates and her hands. I was surprised one day, as I walked into the break room, this lady had her feet propped up on the table! A PUBLIC TABLE IN A PUBLIC PLACE FOR EVERYONE TO EAT ON!!! I was so angry! Due to logistics, paper towels were not available for 4 days, and the 'neat freak' placed her items and ate like that on the table. In my mind, I was like, is the table not too dirty for you to eat and put your things, 'madame'? The housekeeper tries a lot to keep the break room neat, but some people are pigs in human form! 

There were 5 co-workers that always messed up the break room, that the housekeeper warned them several times before reporting them to the manager. These guys will fling the pillows on the floor, knock their drinks over, won't put their trash in the bin, I mean, they were behaving as if they were in their houses and their 'momma' clean up after them! 4 of them eventually resigned while the 5th is now quiet as a 'mouse' and behaves himself, now the break room is cleaner without them! Still on the issue of break room, in my former place of work, the janitor did not clean the break room! He only took out the trash! I don't know the reason, but I want to assume it was because of the mess some people left behind ... I mean, WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO CLEAN AFTER YOURSELF IN A PUBLIC PLACE? Your home can be a pigsty for all I care, but in a public place, BEHAVE YOURSELF! Hmm, impossicant abi? Afterall, charity begins at home! I remember someone left a bottle of soda on the table, I came back after my days off and it was still there! Did the person travel to Jupiter? NA WHO BE YA SERVANT?!
Who knows, it could be a diabetic person huh?

See, ehen, what people don't pay for, they don't value! The mammoth waste in the break room is on another level! Our employers provides bottled water, coffee, creamer and sugar, sometimes food when we do great, and many goes into the trash! Recently, I observed that the supplies are getting reduced, it seems the new management have noticed the waste, and I don't blame them if they are trying to cut overhead costs, at least it will add to our bonus at the end of the year o jare! My former place of work no send any employee message jor! Water dem no give, talkless of coffee! Talking about my old place of work (I have been using 'talking' too much ba? Don't mind me o jare) , ever since I left, 4 people have told me nobody has been able to continue my duty wella, I took it as one of those nice things people say, until I met an assistant manager from a different department who told me same, last week. So I went to check out their rating and saw that they are at the bottom patapata! When the management was only concerned about their bonus and profit nko? They let go of a good manager because they said he was not aggressive enough to meet their target and put a lady who used her gra-gra to drive the staff (s) away. 

OK! My guys, daz all. Thanks for reading. ADIOS!

P.s I fell asleep while typing, so I am posting it late. 

Thursday, September 08, 2016


What do men really want? I mean, what do they want from their wives? A sexy woman? A good cook? A clean home? A faithful wife? WHAT THE H**L, DO THEY WANT??? Whenever I read the qualities men want from women, I summarized it to 3 things; 1)Sex 2) Food and  3)Neatness. Some women can have 2 out of 3, some 1, but when a woman has the whole 3, wetin the man still want for outside? Make unah helep me ask them oo?  Me, food is just average! YET! A man left his wife that has 3/3 for a woman that has 2/3! He complained his mistress is messy!

A neighbour is divorcing his wife of many years, because his mistress asked him to! The most annoying part is that he is snubbing his children because she told him not to be close to them! And lied to family and friends that his wife was the one that sent him out of the house!!! Whereas, he drove out with tires squealing after throwing his suitcases in his car and she running out to hold him. The daughter of Jezebel wants him to sell the house, take his own share to buy a house for her! But that ain't gonna happen! His wife's lawyer is fighting seriously against it! If they were Africans I will say, she don use the remote control in her villa! But they are Americans, so I just don't know what kind of spell he is under!

She wept , that my heart ached to see such a beautiful woman with a home to be proud of, hurting so much! GOSH! I wish could just get my hands on that S.O.B and shake some sense into his head! HOW CAN YOU LEAVE YOUR FAMILY FOR A CONCUBINE??? A divorcee with younger kids than his, for that matter!!! No be say nah single girl without baggages sef!  He wants to 'throw' his own kids out of the house they have grown up in, to go and live in an apartment as his stupid b**** does! I pity the mistress oo, yes, I do, because my people say, cane used to beat the first wife is hanging on the ceiling..... and what makes her think, if a man can snub kids that came out of his loins,  he will love her own kids that came out of the loins of another man? Ode oshi! 

He got a big surprise when his mistress brought up the 'will you marry me? question! She wants him to hasten the divorce proceedings and marry her asap! He rejected the marriage proposal because he wants to eat his cake and still have it! He got a rude shock when she threw him out of her apartment! He has been sleeping in hotels and his car! IMAGINE! A man that has a lovely house! He has lost weight, because of the wahala he has brought upon himself! I realized that some people are just concerned about their own happiness and pleasure! 

Sincerely, I am hoping there will be a reconciliation before the divorce proceedings is finalized, because she still loves him and had forgiven him several times in the past over his numerous affairs, she thought this affair that broke their marriage will pass away as usual like the others, but ...SIGH! Other men have been telling him, YOU NEVER LEAVE YOUR WIFE AND CHILDREN FOR A MISTRESS! A MISTRESS SHOULD KNOW HER PLACE ... ON THE BED!!! 

Thursday, September 01, 2016


It is so refreshing! see people dressed casually in their everyday clothes! know there is no special chair or place for anyone! listen to quiet music without deafening sounds from speakers! be spared the special numbers and play-acting by people! hear the soul touching words without shouting and theatrics! call the shepherd by his name and not mummy or daddy! know emphasis is not laid on giving!

It is refreshing to experience a different way to worship GOD without playing church!

WELCOME to September everyone!
It is the 9th month, which signifies the month of delivery for every pregnant woman,
so shall it be, everything we desired for, shall be finally given to us and every obstacles on our path shall be overcome in the mighty name of our saviour, AMEN! 

Monday, August 22, 2016


A Nigerian relocated to be with his brother. 3 months later he was sending money back home without his brother's knowledge. When his brother found out, he was shocked and angry because he made him looked bad in presence of their parents since he always complained how difficult it is and sends what he can afford. This caused a rift between them, and  he told his brother from henceforth he will be paying his share of  rent, utility bills and grocery.

A sister moved from 9ja to stay with her sibling. She got a job with a pay a bit higher than minimum wage and she was searching for higher wage. Her sibling discouraged her because she has no children and financial obligations, so her tax return to the government will be high, and she might not be able to pay back and be in debt to IRS! This caused a big ish between the sisters!

A family was accommodated by his elder brother. He does not pay any bill or  buy grocery. One day, there was no food at home, he took his family out to eat! This provoked the host and quarrel ensued!  He is being asked to move out as I write.

THIS IS WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE AMONGST NIGERIANS! I am spilling all these because, this problem is becoming so rampant and a lady is expecting her sibling over soon. She is being advised by a friend to lay down the rules immediately she set foot in her house to avoid stories like above! And what are the rules?

1}Wash your own dishes after eating!
2}Prepare your own meal or for everybody as the case might be!
2}Don't send anybody on errand,  D.I.Y!
3}Do chores in the house without being told! 
4}Immediately you start earning income, pay your share of bills!
5}After you have learnt how things are done, move out!

Harsh? Well, this is the plain truth and nothing but the truth to avoid squabbles!

Moreover, 2  families/siblings/relatives/friends cannot LIVE together in the same house in this obodo oyibo,  quarrel go shele! If it is not the bill sharing formula, it will be cooking,  grocery shopping, or chores, or cleanliness, or baby sitting the children. And it can either be the host or guest who wants to take advantage of the other!


Wednesday, August 17, 2016


I didn't know when hubby came back from work sef! I just woke up past midnight, went out of my room to check our kids, hubby was sleeping on the couch in the parlour, went into the kitchen because I was hungry ... too tired to prepare anything, went back to my room, hubby woke up to sleep on the bed, he does not like to disturb me whenever he sees me sleeping on my day off, I tried to sleep back ... NO WAY!! Hungry dey wire me! I don't want to eat bread or cereal or chips ... I want solid food. I wonder what hubby ate sef? I will ask him when he wakes up. Everybody in my home, has learned to take care of themselves in the kitchen. I simply cook the stew and soup.

I was just lying down pondering if this can ever happen in 9ja? Whether I am working or not, will my husband come home from work after beating the traffic to take care of himself in the kitchen? Or I will allow such freedom in my kitchen with the harsh economy and relatives living with us? WHOSAI!!! My guys, ENVIRONMENT IS EVERYTHING!  You see my people, whenever I tell you all not to swallow hook and bait of what some married women say, many disagree with me. What works in a certain environment might not work in another! OUR ENVIRONMENT SHAPES US! A Nigerian man came visiting few weeks ago, he saw his host doing most of the grocery shopping, preparing his own meal, doing laundry, and babysitting, that he said, he can never live in America! I understood where he was coming from, because that is not the norm back home, but by the time he comes here to settle down, he will begin to adjust by force by fire without him knowing sef! Nobody go tell am how far!

I am more happier and content in my marriage unlike when I was in Nigeria! NO INTERFERENCE of any sort! It is just my husband and I! Last month was our 15th year anniversary. We still argue on issues, but get it resolved quickly. Regardless of this, it still does not give me the right to condemn or judge Nigerian wives living in Nigeria when they take certain decisions in their marriage. When I read comments in blogs especially from diasporas, I am like PUHLEASEE! If you find yourself in that same situation living in Nigeria, you might be surprised at your own decision!

 OK! I am so hungry ... lemme go and make tea then ... I have lost few pounds by force by fire not because I am dieting or trying to lose weight, simply because sometimes I eat once a day... I only ate rice when I came back from work yesterday morning, before I slept off ... woke up, watched a movie and slept back ... let me go and check my weight sef... am back! 260.2 LBS! ...That is about 118kg right. HMM! 

Wednesday, August 03, 2016


The feeling of new found love is exhilarating! You can never get enough of that person, always wanting to be in his/her presence......that is how I am now with Steve Crown's ......................................................................... worship song, You are great! This song has been on replay mode in my phone and Laptop for 7 days now! Please don't judge me for loving someone else apart from my husband ..... he knows and understands, I told you he is very liberal minded. WHOSAI! Not when it comes to infidelity oo. I have a selection of my all time favourite worship songs that I play but this particular worship song captured my entire being and soul! I can't explain.


Our love story is like what you read and watch on tv and books .... a chance meeting and the cupid shot the love arrow into my heart, and I am crazily in love with the worship. I was listening to my new playlist as I worked, and the song came up, I was like; WHATTT??!! I didn't  download that! I allowed it to run it's course since I was busy. Surprisingly, I enjoyed it. On my break, I checked it out and it was by an UNKNOWN ARTISTE! I asked Mr Google using the lyrics, and I found him!  I sent it to my friend, because I like sharing wonderful things like this. TAA! Not when it comes to my husband sha, I am verrryy selfish about that! She too liked it very much and said she will send it to her loved ones also. You see how the love is spreading huh? OH! I also made it my ringtone, see why I say I am crazily and wonderfully in love ehen? Why won't I be? A very beautiful song, video, from a beautiful voice and good looking man! I couldn't resist saying that! #wink# I love that white suit! So did my friend! ahaha.


It has top my all time favourite love song Olo mi by Tosin Martins. I can dance to  this song anytime and anyday! It happens to be my ringtone for my husband. Well, like romance writers do say, you can love two people the same time .... you can be IN love with one and you can love the other! I seriously don't understand it! All I know is that I love both songs! Each plays a different role to me! One emotionally the other spiritually, and I am satisfied.


Sunday, July 24, 2016


Hello my guys, I am sorry for the late update....I really want to be posting every week, but my body no be wood oo (kai! remove that naughty thought from ya heads!) I now sleep off immediately i get home because I have stopped taking coffee and tylenol, I don't want my body to get used to it....when I wake by 12pm, I eat, bath do some chores and back to sleep by 4pm. Today, I said, I must update! I am watching shoki and laughing as I type, we are talented abeg! 

HA! So much has been happening in my place of work o! Abeg, theory is different from practical always! I tried to do all I learnt during my orientation and computer training, but I realized today, that OYO (on your own) was my case! ahaha! A colleague had advised me before to pretend I don't know when issues arise and another said  more duties will be added to my schedule since I work too hard. Of course, I didn't listen because ITK is my middle name and it has been shoved up my a** this week! It hurts, I won't pretend, but I have gotten over it and re-strategized! I have sent my zeal on vacation and dumping all my training into the trash! It is BS!

I now know why people say men managers are better than women managers! I remember my friend and cousin nearly resigned from their jobs because of their female boss. Believe me, some female managers are really a piece of s***! There is one in my place of work that no good word is said about her! Some employees resigned over the years because of her high-handed patronizing attitude ... you know how an arrogant person tries to be humble but it just comes off! I just look at her like a power drunk b****! This type of person like people to be following her like mumu, anyone that divert from that path gets a vindictive reprisal from her. Coworkers said they were surprised at her attitude, that, before she got to that position, she was quiet as a mouse, when luck shined on her and was promoted to that position, she bared her fangs! I believe she never dreamt of getting to that position and when she did.....

Nevertheless, my place of work is good, in all fairness, I have to simply learn to follow what others are seen and be silent. ...OK, it is past 4pm, my bedtime! ADIOS!

Wednesday, July 13, 2016


MY PEOPLE! We are now trying oo. Nollywood is going places! I couldn't believe the 2 movies I just watched in Netflix is from my father's land! I gave it 5 stars! I doff my 'gele' for the actresses and producers for making me proud! A standing ovation for ROAD TO YESTERDAY and FIFTY! Yep! I am shouting out the titles because I believe in giving dues when it is deserved.
I am a passive fan of Nollywood movies, I mostly watched movies produced by Tunde Kelani, Tunde Ogidan and Kunle Afolayan. These 2 movies I just watched were well edited, dialogues tight and the producers captured the beautiful places in Nigeria .... swe-et! {In Panda's voice}. I also like the movies; Mr and Mrs, Irapada, Figurine, ties that bind and few I cannot remember their titles right now. Nse Etim, Dakore, Akindele, Genevieve, Mercy and Omotola are my fav actresses. Epic movies are my all time fav! Anything that has history or traditional background in it, I watch, hence Asian films are on my fav list....hmm...using fav too much qui? #grins#
Change is the only constant thing that is dynamic in life and Nollywood is changing for good and I look forward to watching more on Netflix on my days off. Talking of change, I have changed my perspective about some issues in life because of my  experiences and environment. Hence, not advisable to say never to anything.

I still believe in Nigeria for a positive change, which starts from within us as individuals! And it is a gradual process just as Nollywood has done starting from the days of living in bondage to road of yesterday and in the next 50 years Nollywood will be a household name like their international counterparts.


p.s; I can't believe i have been awake since 1.00am...almost 9am now....watching new episodes of Jane the virgin as I update .... funny....and relaxing. Rogelio is my fav character in the show...that guy is something in?!!! AHAHAHA

p.s.s; I chose a small blue laptop few weeks back instead of the big black type I always had, very easy to carry around and I now wear red lipstick to work  .... hubby was surprised because I seldom wear make-up....that is CHANGE! #wink# Adios!

Sunday, July 03, 2016

BABY SHOWER WITH 9JA FLAVOUR!! My dear readers, as I was saying last week, before I digressed to another post, our 9ja people know how to add flavour to any culture they adopt. Baby shower was imported from abroad by our celebrities, which is gradually becoming a norm in certain circles, the average 9ja woman is yet to practice this adopted culture, because she wants to see omo-mo{baby} first before celebrating. But diasporas are not bothered ..... since they are in 'Rome', they want to behave like the 'Romans'... telling the sex of the baby ...which in 9ja is a 'top' secret the mother guides until her EDD. Abi you want make 'them' change am for her belly? Yes o, we are superstitious. And some scan results don't come out right....stories abound!! I jokingly asked if the party was a baby shower or naming ceremony? Because of the orishirishi; Jollof rice ati fried rice, assorted meat, asun, cake, chin-chin etc. 'Yes, baby shower with 9ja flavour' my hubby replied while laughing, infact that was how I got the title for this post. The few baby showers I have seen here is simple with light refreshments and over within 2 hours, that,with $100-$200, one can have a nice baby shower without going overboard; soda,cake, chips, cookies, candies and small chops. Daz all! we all know, baby showers here are usually organised by friends or family or colleagues, to help the mother-to-be with baby items and the celebrant don't need to go buying that special dress to wear that day, as I have seen some of our 9ja women do, anything nice in the wardrobe will do, and the celebrant do not spend a dime in the preparation but some of our 9ja women are the ones that spend for it! 

.....em, the question on some if not many Nigerians mind is; Do one still bring baby gift on the naming ceremony day after giving one during the baby shower? I have no answer! Simply use your discretion. What I do is that, whatever amount I have decided to spend, I split it into two and buy the gifts, give one during the baby shower, the other during the naming ceremony. Q.E.D! What I see here is that, after the woman puts to bed, she does baby christening months later inviting people and have a party. 

Nevertheless, not all diasporas have baby showers, some prefer to have only the naming ceremony. Personally, I always like to wait to know the sex of my baby after, baby shower is not my thing...after I born pickin, come and celebrate with me. Ese o. (Thank you.)

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