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About Thelma




About Thelma Thinks. 

A great man once said; Every vacuum that attracts your attention is an opportunity to create value. I honestly wasn't looking to create value, but there was a vacuum that I needed filled. I craved for something different from the usual gossip blogs. I wanted a place with a personal touch, a human feel, where real people share their stories, where people talk, argue, share, rant, discuss, and essentially connect. I searched and I didn't quite find what I was looking for, so I decided to create it. 

Thelma Thinks is my sounding board, my chat room, my journal, my therapy and my scribbling pad.. And I'm so ecstatic that I get to share it with you!

But here's the fun part. Thelma Thinks isn't about me alone, it's about you first. I encourage my readers to share their stories, experiences and opinions. Naturally, I love everyone to partake in the discourse in the comment section. However, I also encourage contributions in the form of submissions. The beauty of Thelma Thinks is that everyone has a voice, and every voice is heard. 

I struggled for long to decide on a niche, but eventually I embraced my randomness. You'll get to read a lot on relationships, lifestyle, fiction and non fiction stories, quite a bit of gossip, "agony aunt" letters, thought pieces and just about anything that floats our boat.

I look forward to partnerships, collaborations and media projects.



Thelma was called to the Nigerian Bar after graduating successfully from UNN and The Nigeian Law School, Kano. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators of Nigeria and the Nigerian Institute of Management. She is also a certified Events Manager and a certified expert in Floristry, Decor & Draping. She is passionate about planning and coordinating events, women's rights, writing, her Events Management company; ICDN Events and of course Thelma Thinks. 







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