Category: Adesuwa’s Corner

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tw @ 10: Thankful

tw @ 10: Thankful

I am Thankful for Life. I am Thankful for friendship that gave me the courage to start. I am Thankful for patronage this past decade that kept my team and me going. I am Thankful for the courage to begin again like we are setting out to do. 10 years of publishing in Nigeria is...

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#IWD2017: Boobs, Wombs and Brains

Wednesday the 8th the single day within the whole of March set aside to celebrate women worldwide. This 2017 the call was, Be Bold For Change. I spent a better part of the day attending events that affirm women. First it was the breakfast activity organized by the International Women’s Society in Lagos urging women...

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God. Glamour, Likes and Comments

I have started this piece a hundred times in my head and it has proven very difficult to capture my emotions, as 2017 begins. But then, writing this has been difficult because I am concerned about a number of things, chief of which is my motive. Questioning my motive tied my tongue. Am I sharing...

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ALL THINGS NEW

Hello from the other side, we made it ladies welcome to the New Year.  There is something about a new year that gets us all excited and pumped up; our head brimming with amazing ideas, our note pad filled with goals, resolutions, bucket lists, to do lists and every other list we can think of. It’s almost as if...

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Watch Adesuwa Onyenokwe VLOG As She Speaks Her Mind on ‘Nudity in Nollywood’

Nudity is creeping into Nollywood and the big question is, are Nigerians ready? Adesuwa Onyenokwe bares her mind on this recent trend and addresses the question, ‘Have we become Hollywood?’ Watch Episode 2 of her VLOG ‘Speaking my Mind’, and speak your mind too. Leave a comment below and tell us what you think about...

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AO Launches her VLOG Series ‘Speaking my Mind’

Adesuwa Onyenokwe, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of TW Magazine and Moderator of Seriously Speaking launched her Video Logs yesterday, the 8th of August, 2015 –  her 53rd birthday. The VLOG series promises to be engaging, enlightening and exciting. Hop in and join the ride as AO speaks her mind. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel, Follow/Like @TWmagazineNG on all...

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Adesuwa’s Corner: Mr. President. Speak Up. Please.

  I am a Leadership For Environment And Development, (LEAD) fellow and in more recent times an, African Leadership Institute, (ALI) Bloomberg Media Initiative fellow. Through the training from both fellowships, I have learnt a lot about leadership and national development. One vital take away is that, true leadership that can bring about peace and...

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A Southern Sun Ikoyi Brunch For Mama

  My children call me mama. I never was one for the ‘mummy’ thing because I found it too close an association with the Egyptian mummy. Anyway it was the ”Wow mama Southern Sun for lunch”, comment by my two teenaged daughters that has got me wanting to share my great mother’s day experience this...

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Mother’s Day and More…

My husband is always envious every Mother’s Day! Jokes aside, he marvels at the multiple celebrations of mothers, fortunately with pride because he knows we deserve it! Driving home from morning mass on Mother’s Day, and scanning through the papers, I read an editorial on the recent saga of the abduction and release of 14...