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Woman and Marriage – Paint and Sip

The Paint and Sip, Woman and Marriage event, powered by Keeping Marriage Alive Initiative (KMAI),that held on Wednesday, the 27th of September, was nothing short of a splendid experience!!! It began with a “how are you?” session; where everyone shared how they were really feeling and their experiences amid the

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Abeokuta Events

The Paint and Sip, Woman and Marriage event, powered by Keeping Marriage Alive Initiative (KMAI),that held on Wednesday, the 27th of September, was nothing short of a splendid experience!!! It began with a “how are you?” session; where everyone shared how they were really feeling and their experiences amid the

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Prison Outreach

Indeed, Thursday, 8th June 2023, was a day to reminisce and understand that the freedom we have is a gift from God. As Keeping Marriage Alive Initiative celebrated its founder’s week with inmates in the Female Custodial Facility, Kirikiri, Lagos State, Nigeria. A lot of food items, toiletries, and a

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Abuja Couples Hangout

Abuja Couples Hangout

The KMAI Abuja maiden Couples Hangout event, which was held on the 30th of September, was indeed an eye opener for couples It was a time of relaxation and to unwind for many couples. But most importantly, it was a time to evaluate the habits that create the thin line

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REDEFINING BEAUTY

Hello beautiful ladies, how are we all doing? The year is running to an end and I believe we are all gearing up to finish the year well. Today, we will be discussing about ‘redefining beauty’ this topic is so dear to me that I had to bring it here

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KEPS - 10th Anniversary

KEPS – 10th Anniversary

UPDATES and SUMMARY of the just concluded KMAI Empowerment Project School (KEPS) Program 2023: • The program began on Saturday, April 29th, 2023 (3 weeks training). • Registration fee was N2,000 for each participant. • A total of 10 students registered (6 ladies and 4 guys). Age range 20 years

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Kissing, an expression of love

KISSING, AN EXPRESSION OF LOVE

I remember years ago, a staff member of mine said to me “See how you are kissing your husband. It’s only boyfriend and girlfriend that should exhibit such affection publicly”. I retorted immediately. “Isn’t kissing an expression of love?” This got me thinking. When did the thief (boyfriend and girlfriend)

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Couples Hangout 'Marriage or Manage'

Couples Hangout ‘Marriage or Manage’

Port Harcourt Couples Hangout ‘Marriage or Manage’ was refreshing, entertaining, and enlightening. Sunday, 23rd April 2023, was everything and more for the couples. From the garden setting to the reminiscing session were we shared how we met, then to the games, group sessions, teachings, dancing, and questions and answers. Of

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I am an igbo nigerian

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I’m sitting and pondering how we got here as a nation, when the fight for fairness, justice and competence had turned around to become a tribal warfare. I am an Igbo Nigerian from the 371 tribes/ethnic groups, and we are identified collectively as Nigerians. Government has never really provided for

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supportive but not enslaved

Supportive but not enslaved

Last week we began with ‘the importance of communication’, today we will delve into the topic ‘supportive but not enslaved’. A story comes to mind that buttress today’s topic. 2 husbands shared how their wives gave them their monthly salary when things were tough. The problem with this story is

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