I want to die doing what I love most: promoting and loving literature.
Yesterday's show was...amazing.
So so amazing.
The transcript will be on the blog soon. Please head over to Syncityng(dot)com to read past interviews.(link in bio)
Time meant nothing on the show!
My literary platform gives me so much joy. So much. Barely three months after deciding to go the literary route, SyncityNG has amazed me beyond comprehension! Indeed, it is the fastest growing literary blog in Africa.
Last night, we hosted author of the book, An Abundance of Scorpions and the First lady of Kaduna state, Hadiza El-Rufai. The show got to reach over 900,000+ people across countries.😭😭😭😭😭(swipe left) ****My chest. Somebody hold me😭😭***
****The highest we ever did was 600,000+ a few weeks ago*** The journey hasn't been easy. Not many people know how hard I work. There are some projects you can't give to others because they don't share your dream or are either too nonchalant to see it through. But like I told someone a while ago, you have to show up for yourself...even if it's just you.
I am immensely grateful to our guest, Her Excellency, Hajia H. El-Rufai, Synners who tuned in tonight: Aisha, Nneka, Linda, Ojuju, James, Dhee, Nosa, Yele, Chukwudera, Ajijola, Ekow from Ghana, Ella, Amaka in Greece. Ijeoma, Eyekay. Can't remember all now but I see you.
Special thanks to Adefolami. Emebiriodo calls him "the hypeman you should have on your team". I agree. Like Amoshine's hypeman, "Cheee", he carries people's matter on his head.
Special thanks to everyone who tuned in esp. the Governor of Kaduna State Nasir El-Rufai, his children and the entire Nasir family.
Thanks to @25pointzero, the creative agency of all agencies.
Let's hit one millon together baby,
Chief Synner. *****
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P.S: I can't tag everyone so I'm not going to tag at all. Every Synner is equally important. Thank you all!
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