Month: March 2017

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Education

Raising a 21st Century child in Diaspora

Raising a 21st century child in diaspora is a whole new ball game when compared to the past. Take for instance, my mother didn’t think anything wrong in slapping me at the age of 18 forContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales

Diaspora Chronicles: What Will be Will Be

Ify worked as a branch manager in a very popular bank in the city. At 37 she was single, had no children and lived a very modest life. She spent her time relaxing at home orContinue reading

Inspire Career

Inspire Career Series – Pharmaceutical Accounts Manager

Inspire Career Series; with 6 question and answer sessions, discusses how professionals in diaspora made their career choices. This is Bunmi’s story. Bunmi is an accounts manager for a well-known pharmaceutical brand in the UK.Continue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Social Saturday

My Saturday Scholarship Story – Odam Ebokpo

Thank you Odam for your delightful, inspirational story and for the lovely pictures. Wishing you the very best in Paris. Please do an article for us on how to seek and apply for scholarships.   It was differentContinue reading


The joys of schooling in Hungary

The economic situation in Nigeria is pushing parents to seek alternative provisions for their children’s university education. This is not such a bad thing as there are so many other excellent choices out there thatContinue reading

Inspire Career

Inspire Career series – Teaching in Middle East Asia

 Welcome to our 6-question series of Inspire Career When did you relocate and what made you relocate? I relocated to England in 1993 and from it in 2010. Following ten enormously rewarding and challenging yearsContinue reading

Inspire Career

Inspire Career series – Design & Build Project Management

Obi is a project manager for one of the largest construction companies in the UK. He studied Mechanical Engineering and worked in the Power Sector for a few years but decided to pursue his passionContinue reading