Sunday, 15 December 2013

Ebun Akpoveta: End of Year Dinner Banquet by The Unforgettable Womens Network

Hello Readers, What a long weekend for me working and having fun, My Girl Ebun great celebrating with you 14th, 12, 2013 @ Clarion Hotel and members of unforgettable women.  End of Year Dinner Banquet by The Unforgettable Women Network,  An Amazing gathering of amazing people, Great company, food, music and dancing.

This year you were one of those that made my year in a beautiful way with your support, we have both come together supporting each other all the way. We had a great workshop in Cavan with successful sorry from some of the participant, one of which now set up an after School Club in Cavan and so many life changing decision from other's. Next year will be better my dear.

Susuana Beauty with a touch of class

Monday, 9 December 2013



History records the important role played by minorities in America in helping Bill Clinton survive impeachment, hence saving his Presidency and a legacy which includes support for issues of importance to minorities, especially blacks and Latinos. History also record how Obama became the first African President of America, history record the changes made by African's here in Ireland and all around the world. Today I am making a difference, changing History here in Ireland by Supporting Mr Alan Shatter, remember his history everyone.
It is in this spirit of citizenship that we're standing by Minister Alan Shatter, TD and asking you to urge your friends, supporters and colleague to support our movement to back Justice Minister Alan Shatter, TD as he faces gruesome attacks from the media and opponents.
This is not a partisan fight or a racial fight. We are Irish citizens of every color, mother tongue, religion and we ascribe to different Political Parties platforms in Ireland. But we are united in our opposition to the unwarranted attacks that are distracting the Minister from performing is duties. Mr. Alan Shatter is a fine public servant and these attacks are a de-service to our nation.

At the Nelson Mandela Resource Center, Duleek Business Park, No-boring Junction, Duleek, Co Meath, Olarenwaju Omiyinka A.K.A Baba Ijesa will be hosted by the Chief Executive Director of Crown Ventures Adeeyo Ademokun on the 13th of December, 2013, starting from 9pm prompt to 2pm, with the support of the President and Founder of Ijesa Women Foundation Ireland, Susuana.O.M Olatunji-Komolafe and as we also celebrate the passing on of Madiba a book of condolence is open from 9th of December at the resource centre for everyone that love to honor and share their last respect for the “Father of All”. Madiba Free at Last!!
James Olanrewaju Omiyinka (a.k.a) Baba Ijesa, the name given to him due to his ability to mimic an old unintelligent man. His emergence on the scene has gone a long way to change the face of comedy, especially in the “Yoruba Movie Industry”. When discussing serious matters with him, one is bound to laugh because of the way he talks, which he says is an inborn and inherited of an old man on set, but a young man in real life, Baba Ijesha is an actor, a comedian, a dancer and now a singer whose presence cannot be overlooked most especially in the “Yoruba Movie Industry”.
He joined the movie industry naturally as nobody introduced him to it. It was just a natural thing he felt. James could remember when he was in primary school, he started by entertaining his friends and classmates. He inherited it from his dad. His father used to be a local champion comedian anywhere he went, people laughed over and over. James says his dad was a joke cracker. He started in the early 80s as an actor playing funny part and after relocating to Lagos it became a professionally job. Though initially when he was a local champion in his own town, James never saw what he was doing as something that could enable him get three square meals on his table, one thing led to the other and here his today travelling around and in Ireland.
James has just hit the market with a new hilarious comedy titled "Dangote" which he’s coming here to Ireland to share with us in Ireland.  Baba Ijesa assures fans of a never-ending laughter, suspense, thrills and excitement in the new and sensational comedy and satire. His job is causing thrills and frills, sending shivers of laughter down your throat and keeping you at the edge of your seat with excitement.  He is also a renowned and paid anchor at events to keep your audience aglow with fun, come and join us on the 13th @ our only NOBORING JUNCTION, also to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela, our MADIBA.

The Ijesa Women Foundation is proud supporter of this wonderful Comedian, their purpose is to bring all Ijesa Women in Diaspora together to celebrate the uniqueness, beauty of being part of a progressive community of Obokun Land. OBOKUN A GBE A O!

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

One World Week 2013 - The world young people want

We are taking part in the "One World Week 2013" theme: The World Young People Want, as part of our program during the Africa History Month Ireland 2013, @ the Galway Opening Event: Westside Library on the 16th of November, 2013. 11 am arrival and program start 12 noon to 5 pm. 16th is a SATURDAY a day out for the family to come and join us, bring your kids, friend and all is welcome. We will have great African food available by 365 African-Cuisine Dublin and Lilian Ajajiton Food. We are also having various stall and art exhibition from Bee Sanyanga. This just a few of what to come. Don't miss out!!!

We are partly supported by National Youth Council of Ireland.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013


GoFunding, Fund Our Project

22nd Cavan Library 11am -4:30, 22nd Nelson Mandela Resource Center, No-boring Junction, Duleek Business Park, Co. Meath, 8pm =2pm and 24th Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown Tylrrestown, Dublin 15. Starting 3pm - 8pm is the next stop to come and Join us in celebrating "Africa History Month Ireland" November 2013.

16th was the Opening Ceremony of the Africa History Month Ireland, November 2013 after 15days from the beginning of November, 1st- 15th of Media, Social Media, Radio Interview, Newspaper promotion and Creating the awareness of African presence here in Ireland and with the support of great eminent people here in Ireland and abroad.

We also Join "Women Aid" in the 16Days of Action with the National Ballon Action by letting off the Ballon @ the Celebration of Africa History @ Galway, Westside, say that as women we should speak out against violence in anyform, use our voice, fellow Africa Women please dont be Trapped Prison without Walls.

I want to say it kick up superbly with an "Interactive Interview Workshop and Exhibition at Galway, Westside Library with the chief host Susuana.O.M.

Thanks to all the staff of the Westside library, Galway, the guest speakers which were the focus of the Interactive Interview Workshop, Dr. Kelvin O'sulliavian, Barrister Olufemi, appreciation to the Official photographer and video coverage prospero infou, Uche Onyenagubo for his creative background that showcase all the 58 Africa Countries that makes up the continent "AFRICA", Michael who has given us space in Dublin to use as an office with is loyalty to the project, Adekunle for is immaculate exhibition, Greg Duff for is exhibition, phumla Golodo & Friends for her great contributions since i choose Galway as our destination to celebrate the event, pastor Issac Adewola as our official spiritual father of the day, my love and thanks to m friend Dr Livingstone Thompson of Living Cultural Solution & family for his support always with the Technical Equipment use to make the event projection great and for welcoming me always when ask, to my kids, Joseph Olatunji, Salanto going for audition for Britain Got talent that entertain us with is dancing moves, wish all the best, he was there to grant us interview to encourage the young , youth on the celebration of the "ONE WORLD WEEK 2013" Theme: The World Young People Want£ He said a world without killing, thank you again for that fun interactive interview with us.

Thanks to all participant in and out to view the exhibition. Great thanks to my Team working day and night on this project, Angela, Godfrey you are beautiful, Adekunle again, Victor Oduko for his great poem "Africa my Africa". I say again every single person, soul that is supporting us still.

Most of all my "Gratitude is to my creator "Jehovah God" My Lord, Holy Ghost for given me the strength to keep going, financial support, health, love from great friends, my Sister Lara Atunwa, Mum Olawunmi Olatunji and Late Father Chief Afolabi Olatuniji building me with what I have today and ability for the creativity and tot which help me @ Galway

I have decided that during the month of November, which is for celebrating “AHMI” am going to attend all event, program and activities that is promoting African’s here in Ireland and with the support of “AfricaVoice Newspaper” I was able to attend and represent my organisation, my own media house which is one of the proud media sponsor for “Miss Africa Ireland” to witness the crowing of the 14th Miss Africa Ireland ‘TINA NSUBUGA’ from Uganda born new Queen representing herself and her Country. This year, the Miss Africa Ireland has celebrated its 13th anniversary. The Most Beautiful African Girl in Ireland beauty pageant, organised by Tritees Promotions, took place on the 2nd of November 2012 in Dublin, Ireland. Tina the initiator, Chairperson of the program with the support of newly wedded Folusho Famoyin Egbon and Tunde Moshood both are dear friends. The organisation is burning with a desire to unite immigrants in Ireland, promote African cultural heritage and inter-weave various cultures by putting together shows, lectures, seminars, conferences and exhibitions. There are two major annual multicultural fashion and beauty shows organised by Tritees Miss Africa Ireland Beauty Contest and Ankara Carnival Ireland/Nigerian Independence Day Celebration. Tritees is a voluntary and non-profitable organisation which has been in existence since 1999. Tritees is holding the records as the first ever to venture into African events packaging in the Republic of Ireland.
As we celebrate Africa History Month Ireland, come and join me in embracing the greatness of this our continent “Africa” with the 58 Country within a continent second largest of his kind.

Saturday, 7 September 2013

Helena Kampbell The winner of "Afro Fashion Show Ireland 2013" Branded "Helena Kampbell by Tina Williams which was Crown "The Best African Designer Ireland, am proud to say she is joining VavaVoom TV Road Fashion Show to showcase her collection which is staring on Friday 13th at Dublin Castle go out there and get your ticket, 25 Euro.

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Support Ebun Akpoveta Book Launch on the 16th of September, 2013.

This is the time to have your say! Don't be Trapped! Unloved! Unscripted!Ignorant! Fearful and most of all don't be Silence! Support Ebun Akpoveta Book Launch on the 16th of September, 2013.

Sunday, 1 September 2013

MY FUN ACTIVITIES: 9ice in Ireland

CROWN VENTURES: 9ICE LIVE IN DUBLIN, VIP AWARD AND HONOUR NIGHT YORUBA DESCENDANTS IN IRELAND{Dundalk Chapter} I was honored to meet Mrs Dorcas Otesanya - President of “Yoruba Descendants of Nigeria in Ireland” which was established in the year 2000 by some formidable and visionary personality during the visit of one of Nigerian Artist, “Mr.Nice” to Ireland, the organization decided to give a recognition award to welcome and support his talent and in embracing Yoruba Culture FACE OF FASHION NIGHT OUT!

Friday, 30 August 2013

LIFE, DEATH AND GRIEVE:Daddy, Chief Afolabi Olatunji


Hello Readers, Wow! What a life we live, people, fashion, death and what we do. I love life yet I keep finding myself curious about why? When things happen, like Lost is unexplainable; the reality of death can’t be changed and I ask myself how do you grieve? It became so real to me Death! My lost bring me to the question Life? My concerns about life come from a place of hurting and pain, confusion or despair. So I needed to establish some clarity over the value of life. If not, I/we may be curious about where we come from, or what the nature of life is, the lost of my father and the relationship which I was in became questionable. Am so in love that I cant let go even when am not totally sure also “My Father” I don’t know what I should do right by him, am not perfect so was he but I know he did love me and I love him too. The pain of lost comes in different way and its base on your life experience. I say again death! Is real, hearing of his death a day to my big show create some strength to make him proud, for hours I couldn’t stop crying, screaming and realizing that I lost a man in my life which I believe loves me more. If you were to ask me/ anyone and give us a choice between living in their present circumstances or not living at all, the bulk of us would opt to continue living, I realize at that moment how much I want to live for my children, I held my kids close and made them realize my fear death, telling them that am going to die also because then it became so real, life and death. This says everything. Life is inherently valuable and dear to us, regardless of the circumstances but the question now is how do I grieve? Death is the cessation that connects between our mind and our body. Most people believe that death takes place when the heart stops beating; which is physical but this does not mean that the person has died, because his subtle mind may still remain in his body. Death occurs when the subtle consciousness finally leaves the body to go to the next life. Our body is like a guesthouse and our mind like the guest; when we die our mind has to leave this body and enter the body of our next rebirth, like a guest leaving one guesthouse and travelling to another. We all know that one day we shall die, generally we are so reluctant to think of our death that this knowledge does not touch our hearts, and we live our life as if we were going to be in this world forever. You only faced the reality of death only when a very close love one do actually die, like Dad, Mother, Children or a lover, husband or someone close that you see and relate with on a daily bases. Death to me now became so real and it scares me and I realize I have to make some changes, say something’s before it’s late and do things when I can. I love you daddy!!!!...... Question: "What does it mean to grieve / quench the Holy Spirit?" Answer: When the word “quench” is used in Scripture, it is speaking of suppressing fire. When believers put on the shield of faith, as part of their armour of God (Ephesians 6:16), they are extinguishing the power of the fiery darts from Satan. Christ described hell as a place where the fire would not be “quenched” (Mark 9:44, 46, 48). Likewise, the Holy Spirit is a fire dwelling in each believer. He wants to express Himself in our actions and attitudes. When believers do not allow the Spirit to be seen in our actions, when we do what we know is wrong, we suppress or quench the Spirit (1 Thessalonians 5:19). We do not allow the Spirit to reveal Himself the way that He wants to. To understand what it means to grieve the Spirit, we must first understand that this indicates the Spirit possesses personality. Only a person can be grieved; therefore, the Spirit must be a divine person in order to have this emotion. Once we understand this, we can better understand how He is grieved, mainly because we too are grieved. Ephesians 4:30 tells us that we should not grieve the Spirit. We grieve the Spirit by living like the pagans (4:17-19), by lying (4:25), by being angry (4:26-27), by stealing (4:28), by cursing (4:29), by being bitter (4:31), by being unforgiving (4:32), and by being sexually immoral (5:3-5). To grieve the Spirit is to act out in a sinful manner, whether it is in thought only or in both thought and deed. Both quenching and grieving the Spirit are similar in their effects. Both hinder a godly lifestyle. Both happen when a believer sins against God and follows his or her own worldly desires. The only correct road to follow is the road that leads the believer closer to God and purity, and farther away from the world and sin. Just as we do not like to be grieved, and just as we do not seek to quench what is good—so we should not grieve or quench the Holy Spirit by refusing to follow His leading. Read more: Grief is neither a disorder nor a healing process: it is a sign of health itself, a whole and natural gesture of love. Nor must we see grief as a step towards something better. No matter how much it hurts–and it may be the greatest pain in life–grief can be an end in itself, a pure expression of love–Gerald May, M.D. “For me my grieving process is loving, remembering the good times and bad, making decision which is necessary, showing more kindness, being strong by continue to live life itself and most of all searching for more about my creator, my lord, My God Jehovah, myself and others around me that makes life meaningful” By Susuana.O.M OLATUNJI-KOMOLAFE Again I Love You Daddy, Chief Afolabi Olatunji and to You out there “TAL” To All Living Death is Real !!!!!!!!!!................................................................

Tuesday, 27 August 2013


Please can anyone guess, who is this beautiful woman "Interviewing" one of the Designer as the Vavavoom TV's Fashion Roadshow by name Claire Garvey??? She's beautiful and wonderfully created, lovely but-tom and a smile to die 4!