If you are on this platform, and you are following me and you are in lagos and you belong to oou law class of 2010,( hope you are saying ehenehen in your mind)then you shouldn't miss this 1st reunion for anything.
it's going to be worth your time i promise 💃💃💃💃💃
This is me all day everyday! what is life without boys? i am not a feminist and i can't undermine the role of men in this world! shout out to all the extraordinary men in my life especially my father........ 😍😍😍😍😍😍
Throw back to 1st sunday in december, it was our #megathanksgiving at #harvestersng and i can't but look back through the year and thank god for strength! i get scared of how much strength have got even in trying times. god has been faithful and i am grateful for life, good health, family and friends. his mercies indeed endureth for ever .what are you grateful for?
cc: my kidzone family @bellsandwislebridals@deegold03@sarayas_kitchen
Oya gbe body e 💃💃💃💃 hello beautiful people! how are you all doing? it's been a while and i miss the life of here 😁🙈 thanks to those that noticed my absence and checked on me, it means a lot to me 🙏😍 ps: i'm adding this because of those that want to "thief my dress o"😓😋 @lardey40 gave me this dress last year, in fact it was my birthday gift. @z.f.luxe_creations gave me the shoes few months ago 🙈😍 people give me things and i use them well, so try it too😁 you will be glad when you see me rock them. thank you lolade and ronke,😍i love you.
ps2: my shuku hair style is da bomb
Wcw!!! this spontaneous worship is too deep..... you have blessed souls and homes with your songs, you are such a great minister. i am short of words and i will not get over this song soon, that i am very sure of.
your jar of oil will not run dry ma'am @tope_alabi_ i join the rest of the word to celebrate you.
@regran_ed from @tybello - spontaneous worship at ty bello’s
logan ti ode by tope alabi ( spontaneous song ) link to full song in my bio👆👆 (part 1)
i got urgent word from @obiipaxharry to release the songs from our spontaneous worship session with @tope_alabi_ over the nation .. this urgency first came from @lanreolusola .. ‘those songs have to be released now!! ‘i was wondering why god would bring these urgent messages in yoruba language when nigeria has over 520 different languages.. i however knew this wasn’t by accident .. we are a speaking nation each dialect carrying a ‘redemptive purpose’ as @obiipaxharry put it . this is just a seed awakening everyone to the power and beauty of our diverse expressions of worship .. @tope_alabi_ carries a powerful mantle and great depths in using yoruba language in song ..it’s was an incredible experience making music with her .. every sentence out of her mouth made us feel like .. this!! is why god crafted this language .. ..logan ti o de (the moment he steps in) .. reminds me of genesis .. god said , let there be light:and there was light.. that’s exactly what happens when we release gods word over a situation ,our lives and our nation .. .. he steps in. .. instantly !! and every thing aligns with his purpose .
yoruba is a very interesting language, one word can have varying meanings but this is not peculiar to yoruba.
i had fun praying over my life this past week with the word 'settled'. settled means to resolve, to find an answer to. it also means to place or arrange into a desired state.
when tope alabi sings logon ti ode, la ye mi le to, it means-
the moment god shows up..my life becomes meaningful or settled.. transformed .. set in order .. rearranged.. programmed one word .. many layers of meaning .( to be continued)#spontaneous song by @tope_alabi_ #produced by @biggorgy #coproduced by @tybello #recorded,mixed and mastered by @idealconceptsolutions #keys by @biggorgy #guitar by @segunfunmiplays #talking drum by @jrhythm_12 #background vocals by @theadejumoke@tybello and biggorgy #additional edits by @whitekeyz #makeup by@madeofmeekness#filmed by @taiwo_jassy and @adelodun_
Part2: i asked her so many questions that i would love to run for the school. she answered me nicely and told me that my department doesn’t matter, as long as i am a bonafide student of the school and good enough to compete. sebi my long legs were intoxicating me and also, i was an athlete in my secondary school days, i believed with rigorous training , i would be good enough to compete. i told my dad and this time he was more serious and he said if i failed in school , i was on my own. i forfeited the dreams and i graduated.
fast forward to after school, a lot of people would ask if i model and my default answer is no and some would now add pepper to my injury by saying if you had gone to unilag , you would have had plenty opportunities 😓 like i don't know.
my dad is just a typical african dad, for a while i stopped doing law and i focused on other things, he was watching me from afar and one day i visited him, he said "mosalewa oluwaseyi, omo baba e,( i knew something was cooking) do you think i am happy with you not practising law" haaaaa🙆♀ this man is still on my matter. the day i called him and told him that i have started practising law again, i could feel the excitement in his voice and he is always eager to get me a pp .
on my 31st birthday, i made up my mind to do some things and one of it, is to model for my friends who are in business for free. i said this stature must not waste o 🙈. i had it in my mind but i never mentioned it to anyone. few months back, a friend saw me in church and we got talking after the service, she said i should start modelling, or be a brand ambassador, that i have it in me, she was so positive and encouraged me all through the conversation. i said i am getting too old😁 and i don't know how to go about it. while still on the thought, a friend called me and said she wants me to model for her ankara outfit, boom! that was it, i knew it was time to give it a try.she has contacted me since august but i just had time to model for her last weekend......... #shaynastory#realstory#fridayshenanigans#lawyerandstoryteller#stew #fever😷 #naijagirlskillingit#naijamodels