Economy Survey Analyst, Roman Oseghale joined the ladies of #YourviewTVC to discuss the extreme poverty in Nigeria, giving a detailed analysis of Nigeria’s economy and poverty level. He stated that Nigeria is being plundered.
Report has it that cell phone use can double or triple the weight of one’s head and can strain the neck. Physiotherapist, Jennifer Eze, joined the ladies YourView to enlighten us on how to maintain a good posture.
The Federal government recently announced the re-introduction of toll gates across federal highways in the country. With the level of poverty and hard economic crunch, Nigerians are beginning to groan at these policies. Morayo asked the opinion of her co-host in respect to the recent development.
Last Friday, some Governors celebrated their 100 days in office. It was a topic on the show of Your View where the ladies of the show aired their respective opinions. Morayo opened the conversation with series of questions;
The ladies of Your View discussed the hot topic concerning ‘A twitter user who said that the 2-child policy should be implemented till this poverty crisis is addressed.‘ Morayo asked the ladies if they agreed? Is it really a major solution to eradicate poverty in the country? Did the policy work for countries who practiced it?
Your View Ladies led by Morayo analysed the lingering topic which stated that ‘Lagos has been ranked the world’s most dangerous city to live in by the Economist Intelligence Unit in its newly released report.
Many people are of the opinion that sharing your past with your spouse could put your relationship/marriage in jeopardy. So the question thrown to the public is: Should you share your past before marriage and when is it too late to share one’s past with their spouse?
TVC Your view anchor, Morayo Afolabi Brown has given birth to a baby boy. The TV host was delivered of the baby boy at the Soteria Hospital in Lagos. Before now, Morayo and her husband, Femi Afolabi Brown already have 3 children, a girl and a fraternal twin - a boy and a girl. TVCONTINENTAL gathered the twins were delivered in 2014.
[caption id="attachment_76578" align="aligncenter" width="447"] Morayo Afolabi Brown and husband, Femi[/caption]
Here is what a very excited Morayo, told her fans and followers on social media
I am so blessed to have had my baby boy at Soteria Hospital owned by CLAM. This has nothing to do with me being a TV host. They treated everyone equally. They have experienced hands and all the nurses obviously love their jobs. We’ve always criticized churches for not doing enough but I have a testimony from this church. They are clean, organized, peaceful and caring....