By: on July 31, 2016
Hey guys! Been a while you saw me, more like felt my presence. I know most of you could not come because of distance and conflicting schedule but I forgive you. I know, I'm awesome like that. However, thank you all for support. It was a truly beautiful experience. More than the expected number of guests came, we had to even order for extra chairs and refreshments. The speakers were amazing, lots of goodies were won. The exhibition was beautiful and we were able to tackle questions and issu...
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By: on July 13, 2016
Greetings Everyone, Am a Gambian, West African. Just to tell a little bit about my becoming "naturalista". In short, my hair began shedding and changing colour like you wouldn't believe, i did every to restore my hair back but nothing, so i started searching on the net and came across videos about becoming natural. So i thought "NO" this is not for me because my hair is so thick and coarse that if didn't apply Perm i wouldn't be able to even comb it. But as i kept searching, i come to see...
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By: on June 26, 2016
The 2015 edition of Naturals In The City - NITC was lovely. Was keenly looking out to meet any one else from myAfroHub, but sadly I saw no one. The event kicked off late at about by 3pm instead of at 1pm as scheduled. Just imagine the classy Cafe Neo in Victoria Island with Naturals and natural hair product retailers milling around waiting for the event to begin. The program started eventually and we had three wonderful women as speakers. Dr Bode Otekunrin spoke first and her message ...
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