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Forever Starts Here (Praise)

FOREVER STARTS HERE by Kayode Gideon Balogun This E-Book by photographer, videographer and blogger, Kayode Gideon Balogun deals with the preparation, planning and implementation of one of the most significant days in the life of couples; the celebration of love. Couples typically, and as expected, would want the day to be stress free, colourful, and…… Continue reading Forever Starts Here (Praise)

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Forever Starts Here!

‘Forever Starts Here’ by Kayode Gideon Balogun is a book every intending couple must read. . It gives an explicit detail on planning and management of resources for a wedding, handling of issues relating to the activities of the couples, their Stylists, Make-Up artists, Photographers and Videographers on the wedding day. . From the book,…… Continue reading Forever Starts Here!

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INTERVIEW FEATURE WITH AUTHOR/FILM MAKER; FEYISAYO ANJORIN

Feyisayo Anjorin Bio Feyisayo Anjorin is a writer and a filmmaker.His writings have appeared in Litro, Brittle Paper, Bella Naija, Bakwa, Agbowo and Kalahari Review.He is the host of fiction podcast “The Land of Gulungulun”, and the author of “Kasali’s Africa”, “The Night My Dead Girlfriend Called” and “The Stuff of Love Songs”. How long…… Continue reading INTERVIEW FEATURE WITH AUTHOR/FILM MAKER; FEYISAYO ANJORIN

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BOOK REVIEW: THE STUFF OF LOVE SONGS by Feyisayo Anjorin

Book Review Banner THE BOOK Tolu Fashanu; a trained zoologist turned Painting Artist found a rare form of love and affection for Bola Gates; an Event Management Consultant. The fiction story as narrated by the character; Bola was set in Akure, Nigeria. Their love story pinnacled when the duo signed-up to feature on a popular…… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE STUFF OF LOVE SONGS by Feyisayo Anjorin

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Article · weekly tech review

USB 4 released in August 2019 with a transfer rate of 40GB/s

A USB (Universal Serial Bus) Flash Drive is a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated USB interface. It is typically removable, rewritable and much smaller than an optical disc. Most weigh less than 30 g (1 oz). Since first appearing on the market in late 2000, as with virtually all other computer memory devices, storage capacities have risen while prices…… Continue reading USB 4 released in August 2019 with a transfer rate of 40GB/s

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