A Lil Break Away....

....from the tributes for me to tell you what is going on this week:



The Get Censored Night, tonight @ Bacchus Night Club, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos - aims to shun gangsters, unprotected sex, drug abuse and to promote living responsibly. So Be There.





The Inheritors, a play written and directed by Wole Oguntokun will be held at the Agip Recital Hall, Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos on Sunday the 27th at 3pm and also at 6pm. Check out laspapi's blog for more details.





The All Niger Delta Peoples' Conference from today, 24th-27th August, which you can still register for if you're interested in discussing the problems faced by the Niger-Delta region as well as things like global peace. It'll be held at the Grand Hyatt DFW in Texas. Click here for details.

Milklady Update: Can I just say that if you missed the embellishd fashion show, you really missed a lot - it was well worth it, there was so much effort put into it, very retro and funky with the models and their seductive looks, nuances and poses different themes as though they were acting as well as modelling in order to portray the impact of safe sex and the consequences of AIDS. Very nice outfits too and they were all within the ages of 16 and 22! I will put up pics soon, you might catch some on the website if you are lucky.

P.S. Check out Chichi's blog on Let's talk about sex - it's quite good.

8 comments:

Mari said...

the little pitures on the site dont show alot. you know my email so start forwarding them to me asap...lool!

TaureanMinx said...

Lol, have a great weekend!

sokari said...

The All People's Niger Delta Conference - this happens every year in the US in one form or the other. State governments like Bayelsa which has to be the most undeveloped state in the country wastes thousands of US$ on travelling to the US and staying in fancy hotels, having dinners and parties. Nothing has ever come out of the conference. All the monies spent by the states and the US Niger Deltans could be better spent on creating one project a year for one village to have solar power or a clinic or a school or something meaningful.

If they want to have a conference then hold it in one of the Niger Delta States and let those overseas bear the brunt of paying their airfares home. What a waste!Can you imagine how much this will cost?

laspapi said...

where've you gone, mona?

Onada said...

looking forward to seeing the pictures!!

Mona said...

i'm baack ppl

naijagal said...

wow i love it!! love it all! fashion all the way!! Thanks for the reference. I will be adding you to my links:)

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