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Remarkable Girls



                         QUESTIONS FOR THE DAY

 1)  When is the best time to clean the kitchen? BEFORE or AFTER COOKING? 

2)What is the best advice you have been given?

3)What is the funniest thing that has happened to you recently?

4) Name five people you follow on Twitter?



I'm a Girl and I'm powerful.
I  know my worth and preserve it.
I carry myself with dignity and pride.
I have high standards and i keep them.

I learn, i observe, i create.
I teach, i nurture, i inspire.
I keep my eyes focused every time
On my future and destiny.


PROMISES – A man’s word is his currency. A respectable man is a man of his word. He says what he means and means what he says. His word is his bond. A good man will keep his promises to his woman. He won’t break dates and be a no call and no show. He will not play with your emotions. He remembers to call you when he says he will. A man who values his woman keeps his promises. That is the way he shows that he cares.

INTIMACY - Intimacy is something that is natural to human nature. However, pressuring a woman whom he just met for sex is not of a good man’s nature. A man who has any intentions of being a good mate to you does not pressure you for sex when he meets you. A woman is not a vehicle to be driven. Her body does not need to be test driven. A woman is a gift from God, and her time, attention and affection should be appreciated, not taken for granted. If a woman meets a man who wants to test drive her physical body, emotions and feelings, it’s best that she point him to a car dealership, bid him goodbye and don’t look back!

A woman deserves a good man who will respect her. You deserve only good guys who will respect You!

THE GIRLS REVOLUTION Conference 10.0 (Lagos, Nigeria)

Sat., 11th October, 2014
The Main Auditorium, Unilag, Akoka.

Nigeria needs more SUCCESSFUL GIRLS today than ever before. The Girls Show Nigeria Organizes One-Of-A-Kind Conference To Inform Young Women

TGS Event’s ‘The Girls Revolution Conference’, a quarterly conference aimed at equipping young women with the greatest tool for change- INFORMATION, is set to host Nigerian girls/young women between the ages of 15 and 35 years at the prestigious Main Auditorium of the University of Lagos on the 11th of October, 2014 by 10:00a.m.


During her after-bath shea-butter application, and at very diaper change, I try to touch and name my daughter's body parts, clearly. I do this so that she starts learning to identify her body. I do it with her bottle, her dummy, and all her other cherished property (LOL). It's the only way she'll learn language given that she does not have sight.



When you hear the word “BOYFRIEND”, what comes to your mind? One S.S.2 student said she thinks of ‘being emotionally attached to a guy’. Having a boyfriend means different things to different girls. The truth is that we need not shy away from discussing how we feel especially now that our bodies are beginning to change – the breasts are developing, hairs grow under your armpit and pubic areas, menstruation and all.

A lot of girls are confused about the issue of having a boyfriend, so we tend to share our feelings with our girlfriends because daddy and mummy must not hear us talk about such. I recall the day I brought home my boyfriend so that my dad may see him and discuss with him. I thought this was right since I was in S.S.3 and we were about writing our S.S.C.E May/June. He actually came in the company of his friends and I was truly proud of myself knowing that he came from a good home like mine. It was a Friday. I noticed my dad never said anything while they were around and even after they left. I smelled something was wrong.

On Monday morning, while I sat to put on my neatly polished school shoes, I heard my dad asking who took his shoe polish without returning it. I said I did, thinking he’ll just take it and leave but instead I saw him turn around and headed for the dreaded horse whip. He flogged me so angrily that I knew it was not about the polish but the fact that I brought a boy home at 14.

Did you say, Oh me! Why did I allow him to come to my house? Well, my intentions were pure; I simply wanted my parents to see my special friend and guide me through their wealth of experience, to advice me and to ask the boy some questions in order to know his mind towards me..laughs! That never happened and I’m sure you also can relate to that kind of story.

So now, the crux of the matter is this, you need to know what it is like to have a boyfriend, what roles you will be playing, what you will be gaining and what you may be losing. Your parents may not be around to tell you because they want you to face your studies and that’s why I penned down 5 things you must consider before having a boyfriend. If you consider them very well, you will not make mistakes.


Having a relationship with a boy is deep and the depth of it can drown any girl that is unprepared. A secondary school level relationship can either make or mar your career and your future. You therefore have to think critically before accepting any proposal from the opposite sex. Ask yourself, what is my reason for having this relationship? Here are some reasons why some girls go into relationships with boys:

·         Because one or both of the parents are not available to show you care and affection

·         Because daddy who is supposed to be every daughters first ‘boyfriend’ never says “I love you my baby girl” and girls constantly want to hear that.

·         Because many of their friends are in a relationship

·         Because they just feel it’s the right time to have one

If any of the reason above is why you want a relationship, then you need to realize they are also the reasons why many girls end up in awful relationships where they regret their actions. For some, they realize this on time while for others, they stay till it’s too late. This brings us to the next thing to consider which is…


My dear, the truth is that you cannot serve two masters at the same time, neither can you eat your cake and have it. I tried it while I was in school and I did not have the impressive WAEC result that I dreamt of in J.S.1. This was because most times when I was reading, half of my mind was in the room while the remaining half was thinking about the boyfriend- how he said ‘I love you’, ‘You are looking beautiful today my angel’, ‘I miss you like crazy’, ‘I couldn’t sleep last night, I was just thinking of my queen’. The list was endless, and like I shared with some girls at the University of Lagos, where I asked them to show me just one girl who maintains a CGPA of 4.95 and has a boyfriend. Everyone was quiet because they couldn’t find any. It’s the same with you now. I ask you to look round your school to see if there’s any girl who has A’s in all her subjects and has a steady boyfriend. So please consider this once again: will having a boyfriend help me achieve better results academically?



Show me your friends and I will tell you who you are. For me now, I don’t let people chose me as friend, I chose them myself because I’m conscious of where I’m coming from and where I’m going to. If your friends are the type that all they ever discuss is party, boys, sex, money, fashion, etc., then you are in bad company. Do you know that you and your friends will not always be friends forever? So why allow them decide your future when they may not be in it? I still recall how three of my friends in the secondary school pressured me into having a relationship with a boy that was tripping for me and was buying them goodies during break times. They encouraged me to go ahead and that nothing will happen, like they got my back. I rushed in ignorantly and rushed out regretfully. Today, I can’t find those three girls, even on facebook. So check yourself: are you going into a relationship because you seem to be the only one who does not have a boyfriend? Or because your friends think it’s cool?



‘What is the essence of a relationship without sex? That was the remark of an S.S.1 boy on my street when his classmate who was also his girlfriend refused to have ‘it’ with him. The girl was broken-hearted. She wanted a relationship with this boy but not to the extent of having sex because according to her, she wants to keep her virginity till her wedding night. At first, the boy agreed but he later changed his mind. He demanded for sex from her and threatened to break up with her if she refused.  She refused and he stopped talking to her. She became unhappy because her guardians were maltreating her and the boy had been her consolation. She seriously began to re-consider her actions. She thought of how he showed her love, care, affection and flooded her mind with sweet words which she never heard at home. Before long, she re-united with the boy. She needed love but the boy wanted sex. Then on Valentine’s day one thing led to another and they found themselves alone in the house. The boy decided it was an opportunity and she agreed they should just do ‘small’, meaning he should only touch her. Touches graduated into other things and by the next month she was pregnant. The boy denied ever having anything to do with her and right now she carries a fatherless baby in her womb at 14. You may be interested in a relationship for the right reasons but boys are only interested in relationships because they want to explore.

The truth is, you shouldn’t seek for love in wrong places because what you will get will be far worse. Before you go into that relationship, think of the pros and cons, think of what you want out of life and seek advice. So if you are not ready for teenage pregnancy let’s take a look at the next thing to consider.



Your emotions play a key role when it comes to having a relationship and that is why you have to be emotionally ready and stable before having a boyfriend. The question is, at what age are you emotionally ready? Some say it’s when you are 18years old but I believe it is not a function of age but of how matured you are in your mind to evaluate, analyse, criticize and understand people and your environment and come out with positive results. At your present age, you cannot, I mean cannot conceptualize and fully understand the nitty-gritty of what love is. Whatsoever you rush into, you also rush out of. So why don’t you wait because relationships can be emotionally draining and time consuming. It’s advisable you maintain casual friendship with boys around you  and that way you get to understand them and learn from the mistakes of others without you getting involved emotionally. This will keep you from heart breaks and from regrets.


You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant and choose to abort

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager or adolescent and your parents decide to kick you out of the house

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager or adolescent and the boy’s parents say their son is too small to be a father

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager or adolescent and the boy’s parents say you can’t stay with them

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager or adolescent and there’s no money for good clothes, ante-natal drugs, good food/ fruits.

You alone are to blame when you get pregnant as a teenager or adolescent and your friends laugh at you which demoralizes you.

The choice is yours.




1.       A boy grows and develops just as you do

2.       Boys constantly learn new techniques of attracting you by getting to know your soft spots which generally can be:

Gifts such as recharge cards, ice-cream, chocolates, suya, rose flowers, shawarma, etc.


Words of Admiration such as ‘I love you’, ‘Querida mia’, ‘my princess’, ‘my angel’, ‘I can do anything for you’, ‘No one will ever take your place’, etc.


Show of Affection such as touching your hair, eyes, chin, holding your hands, seductive hugs, eye contacts, telling his friends you are his girlfriend, coming to you everyday during break time, etc.

                All these are your soft spots that any boy can begin to exploit. Learn them and be ready when they start using them so that you are not caught unawares.

3.       When a boy says ‘I love you’ and he is either in secondary school like you or in a tertiary institution, he doesn’t mean it. Until he is ready and capable of giving you a ring, he is joking with you and all he wants is your body and time.

4.       If you are not disciplined, you are likely to be turned into a sex toy that is passed from one guy to another.

5.       Teenagers all over the world, both male and female, want to explore their sexuality, more especially the boys (He probably wants to experiment what daddy, uncle, friends or even men on the television are doing with females. So he looks for a victim. Once he’s done with the experiment, he changes and calls for a breakup.

6.       A great future lies ahead of you no matter your current situation, family problems, background. Whether you are assisting your mum at the market, eat only once a day, wear torn uniforms, etc, it is all temporary. One day, you will look back and it will be a story. Don’t waste your life by making wrong choices.

7.       When you think of boys or guys, think SEX and BABIES. The question is are you ready for these?
Written by Olamipeju Lawal for THE GIRLS SHOW NIGERIA


27th May, 2014
The Main Auditorium, Unilag, Akoka.



ROLE MODEL OF THE WEEK (Mrs IbukunOluwa Awosika)

@The Girls Revolution 4, University of Lagos, Akoka

Mrs. Ibukun Awosika graduated with a BSc. in Chemistry from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife). She is an alumna of the Chief Executive Programme of Lagos Business School and the Global Executive MBA Programme of the prestigious IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain.
Ibukun started her working career with Akintola Williams & Co. (now Deloitte) as an Audit Trainee during her national youth corps service. Thereafter, she worked at Alibert Nigeria Ltd, a furniture company, as Showroom Manager. Three and a half months after her employment, she resigned her position to set up her own furniture manufacturing company, Quebees Ltd, from which The Chair Centre Ltd later evolved.
She is the Founder and Chairman of The Chair Centre Ltd, a market leader in the office furniture and banking security systems industries. After the ban on importation of furniture by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 2004, The Chair Centre Ltd went into a joint venture with Sokoa S.A of France and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc to set up Sokoa Chair Centre Ltd., and she was appointed the MD/CEO of the joint-venture company.
In addition, she independently established another ultra-modern furniture facility, Furniture Manufacturers’ Mart in Lagos in the latter part of 2006. The latest additions to her entrepreneurial exploits are the opening of branches of The Chair Centre Ltd in Accra (Ghana), Tinapa and Calabar (South eastern Nigeria).
She is the host of a popular television programme, Business – His Way, where she shares ethical business values and principles, distilled from The Holy Bible, with the business community in Nigeria and neighbouring countries. The telecast is presently transmitted on seven TV stations.
She is an ordained pastor of The Fountain of Life Church and the Founder of Christian Missionary Fund, a non-governmental body dedicated to raising supports for Christian missionaries across the country.
Ibukun is the immediate past Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Women in Management and Business (WIMBIZ), an organisation committed to elevating the profile of women in management and business. She is also the Chairperson of Intermac, the organisers of SmartCard Conferences in Nigeria and Kenya. In addition, she also sits on a number of boards, notable among which are: The Convention on Business Integrity, and Youths Business Initiative (a project of Prince Charles organisation – Prince Trust).
She founded the Afterschool Graduate Development Centre (AGDC), a national career centre in Lagos, Nigeria, which was set up in September 2007 to address the high rates of unemployment in the country by making Nigerian graduates employable and good assets to the economy. AGDC runs developmental programs/projects that focus on the employability, economic productivity and global relevance of the Nigerian graduate.
In the first African edition of Dragons Den by Sony Pictures, Ibukun was asked to join five other Nigerian entrepreneurs as dragons in Dragons Den, Nigeria, in the first season which is currently airing and can be seen in the UK on Sky 187. Ibukun Awosika is a nominee and recipient of a number of awards, some of which include:

Nominee, Entrepreneur of The Year (2005), THISDAY Newspaper’s Annual Merit Award
Nominee, The Best Female Entrepreneur of the Year (2006): Financial Standard and Pan-African Organisation for Women Recognition (POWR)
Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2005, Success Digests Magazine’s Annual Enterprise Award.
FATE Model Entrepreneur Award for the year 2006: FATE Foundation.
Golden Heart Award (2007), under the aegis of the International Women Society
Award of Leadership Excellence 2008: Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos Island Chapter
International Women Entrepreneurial Challenge Award 2008: Manhattan Chambers of Commerce and the United States Government

She is married to Abiodun Oludola Awosika, and their marriage is blessed with three sons