By Olushola Victor
The standard of mates round you goes a great distance in shaping your happiness and development in life. Tara Durotoye has proven to kids’s e-book writer and founding writer of Intelligent Clogs Books, Olubunmi Talabi, that she is a pal in want and certainly.
For her current birthday celebration, Talabi’s mates, led by Durotoye and Media & Communications Marketing consultant, Omawumi Ogbe, held a cocktail celebration.
Durotoye harassed on the significance of letting individuals know they’ve achieved nicely and the significance of celebrating individuals whereas they’re nonetheless right here.
Ogbe added, “Talabi had a tremendous yr with the success of her bestselling e-book, Why Do You Wash Your Arms?, which isn’t simply the primary Nigerian kids’s image e-book to be printed in four totally different languages however one which offered out in lower than four weeks
“Mrs T (her nickname) went on to host the largest and most profitable WIMBIZ annual convention within the historical past of the organisation up to now. We put this occasion collectively to say to her ‘nicely achieved’ after two impactful years as WIMBIZ Chairperson. We additionally respect all that she’s been doing to advertise little one literacy in Nigeria.”
Talabi, who grew to become fairly emotional, shared on social media: “Some persons are gifted with beautiful concepts. That is what involves thoughts after I consider Tara Durotoye and Omawumi. Women, thanks for dreaming up this backyard celebration, celebrating life, celebrating friendship, celebrating achievements. Your phrases are nonetheless ringing in my ears: why wait until somebody is not with you earlier than you inform them how a lot they imply to you, earlier than you categorical your appreciation of them earlier than you inform them how their life has made a distinction. Tara, Omawumi, I respect you. Thanks. Your efforts have made a distinction. Phrases can not categorical how grateful I’m to all my household and mates who braved the site visitors and juggled a number of priorities to be there.”