Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Johns Hopkins University to award honorary degrees to Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and others

Johns Hopkins University has announced that they will be honoring eight distinguished achievers with an honorary degrees this year. Among that list is popular Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie who also holds a creative writing Master from the University.

The honorary degrees presentation is set to hold on the May 18 at Royal Farms Arena.

"The men and women in this group are visionaries who have challenged the status quo and changed the world for the better," said Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels. "They have made a lasting impact on the arts, public health, the law, Neuroscience, and the resilience of communities here in Baltimore and across the globe. At Johns Hopkins, we share their commitment to innovate and to work for the benefit of humankind, and I'm so pleased that these honorary degrees will celebrate all they have accomplished."

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Channels Book Club Reviews Author Lape Soetan's book

Hello everyone,

Over the weekend, author Lape Soetan and I were invited on the Channels TV book club programme to review her books, ‘How to be a Single Woman in Your 30s in Lagos’ and ‘7 Steps to Meeting the One’.

In this interview, Lape explains what motivated her to write for single women in their 30s in Lagos. I was also invited to join in the conversation as a single woman in my early 30s. See the video below, watch Lape and I share our experiences. 


Part 1