October 28, 2014

Talk fashion with TeKay Designs' Kimma Wreh.

I've worked a few runways recently and one designer really stands out. I've had the privilege of observing the painstaking effort made to put TeKay Designs on the map. Each piece in the collection is carefully detailed, fabrics are rich and colorful, of finest satin and lace, designs made with every woman in mind, drapes in all the right places. Currently Tekay Designs have earned its designer accolades and recognition, this designer has arrived and you better watch out!

October 27, 2014

Are you getting the new iPhone?

Wow! I can't believe it's been almost 3 years! (That's right) Since I got my iPhone 4S.  My my where does the time go?  This phone has gone through many system upgrades and changes, and now, simply cannot keep up with the program.  Each upgrade comes with enhancements that's supposedly a good thing (if you have the latest model), but simply is too much for my phone to handle, see why here. Memory clogs up pretty quickly rendering it sluggish, battery does not last more than two hours fully charged. I now carry an external battery pack. My phone's OS interface now runs with bumps on the road.
iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, my iPhone 4S

October 19, 2014

Houston Fashion Week @HoustonWeek

TK Designs by Kimma Wreh
I had the privilege of working the runways of Houston Fashion Week, thanks to folks at Trendy Africa. This show is different for me because it's a conglomerate of designers and fashion lovers across a diverse spectrum, not just Africa, the models are very diverse too. It's high fashion, couture galore! These models are true glamazons. Strut strut strut...here they come! Flick flick and in seconds, they're gone!

October 14, 2014

Destined to Fail but Ordained to Glory—book signing with MarSha Andrus

I had a great privilege of watching the birth of someone's baby.

Destined to Fail but Ordained to Glory is a compelling story about early detachment, broken trust and stolen innocence; unfolds the struggles and growing pains of a young girl forced to grow up too fast. When you find yourself alone in a jungle with ravening wolves lurking in the bushes, where do you turn? The world can be cruel, cold and dark for a young girl who finds herself alone, looking for comfort and love in all the wrong places. In a struggle to bond and find love, they seem fleeting as she struggles even more, she finds herself involved with people with their own special interests. When one is forced to grow up too fast, that's just what one does, but not without bumps on the road. This book will take you on one woman's journey to true love, lasting friendships and spiritual redemption.

October 12, 2014

League of Nigerians in Diaspora celebrates Nigerian Independence in lavish gala with Port Harcourt's first son.

Duncan Mighty performance
October 3rd, 2014, at Houston Marriott, Westchase, Nigerians in the diaspora gathered to commemorate Nigeria's 54th birthday. LNID threw a lavish black-tie gala, bringing together folks from different walks of life: entrepreneurs, filmmakers, medical professionals, educators to meet and mingle and discuss Nigeria. Theme of the event: Transformative Leadership, Learning and Nigeria Human Capital Development. LNID endeavors to attract the diaspora to not forget its roots, where its people come from, to harness its talent and put it to good use in the motherland.
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