Tag / Nigeria
Reading Time: 2’26” Travel Port Harcourt || Places to visit in the City Rivers State, The treasure base of the Nation. I was born in Port Harcourt; nursery, primary and secondary school all in PHC. I moved to Lagos when it was time for uni, Proud University of Lagos Alumnus. So it’s kinda ok to call me a Port Harcourt Girl and a Lagos Girl, best of both worlds hehe hehe…March 30, 2017
Happy New Month Guys!! I pray this month brings you good and beautiful things Only. Half of the year is gone, yippppeee!!! And I can say that it was awesome. But this year is going by really fast sha oh! I haven’t had time to get it, but this week I’ll review my goals and restrategize if I have to. It’s never too late. I won’t stop trying to be…June 1, 2016
Contrary to what people think, I’m not a good football player; I’m just really good at taking pictures with the ball. I recently joined The Saints Football Club as part of their female team. What started out as a simple photo shoot for an unveiling has now turned to a family affair ( lol )October 3, 2015
The Nigeria I was born into was a beautiful country, a land flowing with milk and honey. A very fertile land with beautiful people and cultures, it was the perfect place for me and I was proud to be Nigerian.April 29, 2015
Trust me, I absolutely have no idea what i’m doing, or do I? Oh, this is the part where I say “Welcome To The Black Writer”. My name is Tamunotonye Levy-Braide, I’m a content creator and this is my blog. The Black Writer is a self expressive lifestyle blog.
I use my life to tell stories, teach, create and inspire. I think I’m too rare to die and too weird to live. Enjoy my life etched in words and images.
Ps. my blog is reader friendly, still building on that vocabulary *winks*