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Monday, 12 August 2013
Jenny Nkem-Eneanya @ KonnectAfrica, I Thank You.
I have done interviews with some really good people like Myne and Chuks and I truly love them and will always be grateful that they thought me worthy of their blog space. But I must tell you, the interview I had with Jenny Nkem-Eneanya of KonnectAfrica took my breathe away. Funny enough when she was asking me her questions, I am not sure I fully grasped how insightful they were. But as I read my answers, I realised with tears in my eyes and gratitude in my heart that THIS interview is Me. If you asked me for a photo of myself in words, I would send you this interview.
If you have been reading this blog and are not sure who I am or what I am really about, please read this interview.
If you think you know me, please read this interview.
If you know you know me, please read this interview.
If you are just curious about me, read this interview.
To all of you who will read it, I say 'Thank you'. To all of you who will read and share, I say' Thank you and God pay you back!'
Like I told someone/said somewhere, this is one of those interviews I will keep to show my grandchildren. Jenny, you are my Oprah! God bless you! KonnetAfrica will go places. Trust me. You watch and see and as my mgm will say, write it down somewhere and mark it as 'Salt said so'.
To God alone be all the glory!
P.S. Please say a prayer for healing and wholeness for my Pastor Bemigho Omayuku. Thank you.
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