Give a Donation

So I realised blogging is not cheap even with a free website. Though producing original content may be a free gift from God, but it still requires Internet to be edited and posted online, also Internet is required for research and creating awareness for the blog.

Like most African countries Internet Service in Nigeria is expensive, and when you manged to afford it you don’t get face value of what you are purchasing.

I recently found my ability and desire to write but I am unemployed and unable to fund my blog myself, and I would really love to continue to write as I have a lot to share.

So, I really don’t know how to go about this, but if you are a reader of, a supporter of continuity or both, please support by helping raise funds through Western Union or simply making an online bank transfer. PayPal would have been better and comfortable for most but PayPal doesn’t receive funds in Nigeria.

Thank you and God bless you as you make a donation to support the growth of

If you love to give a donation, please visit the donation page at the top-right corner of the website for information on how to make a donation. Thank you!!!

29 thoughts on “Give a Donation”

  1. Reblogged this on Happiness Between Tails by da-AL and commented:
    Guest Blog Post: “Give a Donation” in bowaleXO’s exact words

    Hold on — am guessing you’re wrong about why I’m posting bowaleXO’s request. Read on, visit his thoughtful site — and only then judge. Only then, would love if you’d comment below your thoughts on bloggers requesting financial assistance …

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      1. everyone is welcome to their own opinions – what matters most is our own of ourselves – you were honest here, bowaleXO, regardless of what people think

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    1. Hi ~stella~
      I was just thinking to myself how I would find you (my benefactor) for the generous donation u made ds afternoon.
      Thank you very much, I am eternally grateful, I pray that all Mighty God continue to bless and enrich you, you are blessed. As u have giving to me today, may all Mighty God give you back (multiple folds)


  2. You’re right with the cost of buying data for internet services here in Nigeria is so freaking expensive. As a full time student who is still dependent on allowance given, I don’t even know how to keep using all my money for data. Doesn’t help that the fam don’t know I’m a blogger, which if they did, I’m pretty sure they’ll say I should concentrate on school, but all the same.

    Hopefully you get enough donations to continue blogging.

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    1. Amen, also thank you for commenting Esther 😊
      And regardless of what your parents think about blogging, you have to do what’s best for you, and also make certain you don’t lose sight of why you became a blogger in the first place.

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      1. You’re welcome.

        They don’t think anything on blogging. It’s just normal that they’ll think it would hinder me from putting my best in school work. They’re parents. That’s they’re job😅. To worry, but it’s all good.

        Losing focus? Not gonna happen.

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