We have redesigned and rebranded our website. This redesigning and rebranding indicate that the Nigerian Parents Magazine (NPM) is in the game for the long haul. And, if you did not hear from me in the past two months, it is because we were hard at work behind the scenes upgrading our look. So, let me use the opportunity of this November edition to share with you our redesigned website. More than ever, we are committed to our mission of being the best place to read the stories of Nigerians.
November is a month full of special events. However, our focus is on a few. For example, November 11 is Veteran’s Day. Therefore, we want to thank all our veterans for their sacrifices in protecting us. Specifically, we want to thank veterans with Nigerian heritage, regardless of where they may have fought for freedom. You have distinguished yourselves among the best soldiers in the world, and we are proud of you. So, please, send us your pictures and stories. We will publish it in our December edition.
Also, November is National Adoption Month. For this reason, we have shared common mistakes parents make in adopting from Nigeria. We believe this article will give our readers an insight into a hitch-free adoption process. Although adoption is less preferred than having a child of your own, it is just as fulfilling. Fortunately, for 8 million children waiting to be adopted worldwide, more Nigerians are open to adoption than ever before. In this adoption awareness month, we urge you to consider adding an adopted child to your family.
November is also National Family Stories Month. We welcome and encourage you to share your stories on NPM. It is the best place to share your stories because it is a pro-family platform. We will continue to publish family stories through our December edition. So, as you send yours, tell your friends and family to send in theirs too.
Lastly, in this November edition, we will publish the second part of our interview with Okey Ndibe. From your reactions to the first part of the interview, we know you enjoyed reading Ndibe’s “Reshaping the World with Words.” This second part will be just as good.
I never end my editor’s note without encouraging you to join us in our journey. So, I ask you to reach out to us with your suggestions and ideas on how we can improve. We hope to announce our partnership with other institutions and organizations in the coming weeks and months.
Stay tuned and keep the faith!