Sunday Trust - - TAMBARI -

at­mos­phere and rest of mind.

It’s a say­ing of the Prophet Muham­mad (PBUH): “The way you value peo­ple is the way they will value you as well, who­ever sees peo­ple as in­valu­able he/she is seen the same way.” Tu­won shinkafa and mi­yar kuka with tan­ta­k­washi. Ara­bian per­fume. For bags, Gucci and Lim­ited Edi­tion for shoes.

My mum’s favourite ad­vice to me is that I should save for my fu­ture, that I should not spend my last kobo; even on my chil­dren, be­cause in Is­lam it is pro­hib­ited to spend the last kobo, even dur­ing Ji­had. So no­body is worth spend­ing my last kobo on, be­cause money pro­tects your in­tegrity to your last breath, but if you don’t have any­thing, even your own chil­dren will see you as a bur­den. So it is a good one be­cause she is a liv­ing ex­am­ple of that.

At 82 years, my mum is not a bur­den to any of her si­b­lings or chil­dren; she has her own earn­ings, so with or with­out us she can sur­vive. So I am also adopt­ing that ad­vice to be my own style. For colour, it’s or­ange and blue; car is Toy­ota, foot­ball for sport and rainy sea­son for weather.

Satur­day is my favourite day of the week be­cause I can rest and in the evening go to cer­e­monies, meet friends and rel­a­tives; it is my plea­sure day. My role mod­els are my mum, Ha­jiya Hauwau Gada, and my hus­band, Al­haji Buhari Yusuf Tam­buwal. I would like to tell the younger ones out there that if they want to be suc­cess­ful in life they should be in­no­va­tive and change their mind­set to cre­ate op­por­tu­nity for the in­no­va­tion to be ac­tu­alised. They should start do­ing some­thing small to earn a liv­ing; that is, start a ven­ture no mat­ter how small it is. They should also be dream­ers who do not see any ob­sta­cle in life, but pos­si­bil­i­ties. With prayers, en­durance, per­se­ver­ance and ded­i­ca­tion they will be what­ever they want in life; that is my ad­vice to the young pro­duc­tive class.

Denerele Edun shared a heart wrench­ing post on In­sta­gram re­cently shar­ing with the world that he hasn’t seen his mum, Anita Dhun­wan­tee Edun, in 18 years.

He shared that she cur­rently re­sides in Dublin, Ire­land af­ter leav­ing Nige­ria on his in­sis­tence due to hard times and strug­gles en­coun­tered back when he was younger.

He posted a photo with the cap­tion, “Haven’t seen you in 18 years but you are the rea­son I’m a fighter! As a for­eigner on Nige­rian soil, you never thought of run­ning back to Mau­ri­tius and In­dia with us kids even when our dad was out of work (sev­er­ally) and when you had to sur­vive con­stant bick­er­ing and an­tag­o­niz­ing fights with his rel­a­tives.”

The post left many of his fans sym­pa­thiz­ing with him and they com­mented with mes­sages of love and good wishes.

Tosin Ajibade, more promi­nently known as Mr. Eazi was spot­ted in the midst of many mem­bers of the Black Pan­ther cast at the Os­cars.

He was pho­tographed alongside Chad­wick Bose­man, Lupita Ny­ong’o, Win­ston Duke, Daniel Kalu­uya and even Diddy.

The Marvel movie has been break­ing records ever since it’s re­lease and praised with prop­erly rep­re­sent­ing Africa.

Mr Eazi en­joyed a lot of suc­cess ever since his mu­sic ca­reer took off a few years ago.


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