Hi! You are welcome to I want to tell you a little about myself and the blog so you’ll be reassured you’ve come to the right place.


I said I am a bouquet of grace (right under my pic). You’re probably wondering what that means. It means my life has been decorated and is filled with the grace of God. It also means that you will find me exuding grace, even in the secular meaning of the word.

Now that we’ve got that cleared up, let me tell you more about myself. I am a university lecturer. I teach Mass Communication, mostly writing courses like Feature and Interpretative Writing, Magazine Article Writing and News Writing, and let’s just say I’ve been doing this for a long time.

As you have probably guessed, I am a born-again Christian. It’s very exciting, being a believer, I mean. To be in a close personal relationship with God changes everything in a person’s life: it ennobles you, broadens your access to resources for solving problems (after all, your father and friend owns the whole universe) and it gives you hope, not just for this life but for the hereafter. You see, I’m already sharing the gospel with you, which is one of the things I love doing.

Other things I love to do in my spare time include counselling the youth, listening to music, watching movies and, of course, creative writing. Since you are reading this, you may have seen some of the stuff I’ve written. If not, don’t go away so soon. Go through the categories of this blog and keep doing so subsequently.

You will find inspirational, educational and entertaining articles, fictional and nonfictional stories, poems, insightful quotes and graphics. I can promise you it will all be worth your while. You will pick up something for your intellect, have your emotions stirred (through heart-touching and humourous posts) and receive a spiritual awakening or strengthening. I’m not bragging. I’ve been told this by many others who have read my work, all glory to God!

As is to be expected, one of these many who cherish my writing is a guy that I’m married to. His name is Richard Okujeni. How can I describe him? He is kind, intelligent, fun to be with; in short, he is wonderful. Perhaps, I should add that he holds a Ph.D in Mass Communication. Awesome!

I think I should wrap this up by assuring you that I am here to serve you and it will be a pleasure to hear how this blog has affected you on any of the comment threads under posts or via

Subscribing to my blog,, will entitle you to mail updates of my posts and to be entered in giveaways that God graciously passes through me. I can also be reached through some social media platforms You can like my Facebook page, Aunty Edith.

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You are sooo blessed! Jesus is Lord!


  • Freedom Okpubeku

    Your blog is reasonably loaded, flooded with life transforming info.This confirms the impression I had about u when I first read ur books on feature writing and magazine article writing – that you are a prolific writer; and sitting to receive ur lectures as ur student then in the university was a pleasure and great learning. Indeed, u have something upstairs 4 ur generation and beyond. But although d snappy nature of ur bio did not make room for detailed description of d parental rock from which u were hewed, I join to salute them for being instrumental in giving u, a blessing, to d world. And your husband, if I’m opportune to see him, I should salute him too 4 making a good choice.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Lol! Thank you, Freedom! You’re the first to comment on this post here as comments were disabled before. Grateful for your generous praise. Glory to God and His blessings upon you and yours!

      • Joseph Chizoba Kingsley

        There’s no gainsaying that your blog is is indeed worth visiting. Whenever I visit this blog, I meet articles that encourage, inspire and boost my self-confidence.
        Most importantly, I come in contact with articles that draw me more closer to my Creator – God through his son Jesus Christ.
        May God’s wisdom never lack in your life as you always make efforts to update this Blog.

  • Hyginus

    This is Primus inter pares. Apart from the wonderful stories you share on this blog, your profile is there and i personally appreciate your good works. keep it up ma.

  • Obetta Collins Odinakachukwu

    nice auntie… the blog is really living up to expectations

  • Connie


  • Nice to meet you, Edith. I once was in Lagos for three days as a college student aboard World Campus Afloat (1967), now called Semester at Sea. We had to leave a day early, I am sad to say as the Biafran uprisings were giving our director and Nigerian officials concern. But I am grateful to have been there and been able to go out of the city and into the country for one of the days. We meet many wonderful people and I was just a kid!..well…19 years old!
    Caring through Christ, ~ linda

    • Edith Ohaja

      I’m so excited to meet you, Linda! My side of the country was devastated by the civil war but through the help of God and our industriousness, we have caught up and, some say, exceeded other parts. Will check your site soon. You are highly blessed in Jesus’ name.

  • Wow! Love your Bio aunt Edith. Well expressed

  • Rita

    Knowing you as a G Friend is a blessing.. You are truly kind and compassionate..Your writings are rich, have depth, and you have a very warm imagery style of writing which I enjoy reading.. 🙂 You are a blessing wherever you go. a tree planted by the waters, giving fruit all the time!

    • Edith Ohaja

      Awww, it’s so sweet of you to say this, Rita! And I could say the exact same thing about you. Your stories are so evocative and always convey profound lessons. It was lonely for me on the blogging circuit posting poems and stories which most people overlooked. Everyone seemed to prefer the direct approach: give them a devotional, a how-to guide (6 steps to this or that). But ever since you’ve come along, the stories that weave in lessons are getting better attention. Thank you for being such a constant and loyal friend. Thank you for sharing your poems and stories unwaveringly. Thank you for being such a big inspiration and encouragement to me and others. Love you to the third power, my dear sis! If we don’t meet this side of heaven, it will be a glorious time when we embrace before the throne of our Father. Cheers! ?????

  • Joseph joy .c.

    Wao, interesting am touched by your words the way God changed your personal life. And your words are just like light to darkness??ThankGod you are my lecturer ma.

  • Nnamani Eunice

    Lovely data, may the Good Lord continue to raise you higher. Amen.

  • So glad I found you!! Thanks for visiting my blog. I am new to blogging, an elementary school teacher near retirement. I have to go pick my daughter up from summer camp, and really look forward to coming back here and reading more of your blog, sister Aunty Edith. God bless you,

  • onyekachi confidence

    God bless you ma, u re indeed a blessing to our generation.

    • Edith Ohaja

      That’s a beautiful thing to say. Glory to God! May God raise you up also to make a positive impact in life in Jesus’ name.

  • Ugwuaneke Grace U

    Ma, I must say the joy of the Lord is your strength. You have gone a long way and you have touched many lives with your writeups. I am a living witness to that. All thanks to God for I believe He is your source of inspiriation.


    you are the best writer and this blog has really impacted lives especially mine both mentally and spiritually. may God continue to give you grace to impact more life

  • Jeremiah Chioma Juilet

    As a mass communication student, this blog has been a huge help to my studies and my creative writing. Ride on, ma!

    • Edith Ohaja

      Really glad to hear that. Praise the Lord! And may you come out in flying colours in your studies in Jesus’ name.

  • Ukamaka Ukaegbu Mirabel

    You are indeed an epitome of everything beautiful. You are one of the lecturers in the department who have really carved a niche for themselves academic wise. Truth be told, I once told myself that if a personality like you with so much work load can still create enough time for God, how much more I, a student who has not trod half the places you have trod upon. Thank you, ma, for being such an inspiration to me. May God continue to reward you.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Wow, such kind words! Amen to your prayer and may God use you beyond your imagination in Jesus’ name.

  • Egwuonwu Priscilla

    Aunty your blog is full of wisdom, it is thought provoking, evocative, relatable, entertaining, informative and educative. I learn a lot from you and I enjoyed this bio just like your other works. God bless you, ma.

  • Egwuonwu Priscilla

    I also love your picture. You are truly a bouquet of grace


    Of a truth! your medium has helped me in building my vocabulary and improving in English language. seriously, you have revealed the light of the world {word of God and inspirational preaching} to us through this medium. how else will i express the importance of this blog? reading stories for me is not strictly based on buying novels but using my phone or computer to assess ma, you are a blessing to me and all that visit the blog. JISIE IKE MA…

  • onyeabor ijeoma Rita

    it’s a pleasure knowing you, ma. one thing that surprises me more about you is how lenient you are to students, you just laugh out everything, despite their annoying character, that even me cannot take so lightly. i wonder if I’ve ever seen you angry for the past three years of knowing you….your blog is really educational and a food to the soul. i pray that the Good Lord you serve grant you more wisdom to keep up with the good work… amen

    • Edith Ohaja

      Wow, this is really nice, Ijeaoma. Amen to your prayer and overflowing wisdom to you too in Jesus’ name.

  • Stephen Rosemary Ibibo

    May the Good Lord continue to raise you higher. Amen. Ma, your blog has made a tremendous impact in my life, and the life of others as well.

  • Chika Divine Umunnakwe

    Well done ma! This is a great biographic. Indeed, you are my lecturer, a mother, counselor of youths and a Christian who loves to see other lives impacted positively. You teach for real most writing courses and it has been of help to me and your blog has been a help to me and fellow students. You are a born-again can not be far fetched from your stories in the blog. What you present to the world depicts your belief and absence of bad taste. The use of creativity in your short stories, poems and musings are all wonderful. Your hobbies all relate to your personality and belief. What amazes me and my friends is that wonderful laughter of yours that does not depend on things around. It comes from the joy within which Jesus has given you to become a laughter outside that knows no bounds. You laugh without considering situation and we your students are grateful that we all find ourselves laughing in the classroom as you laugh. You teach in the class with style. Well done, ma. The Lord continue to give you wisdom, inspiration and strength that will impact people around for the growth of our society.

  • Emeh Akachukwu Esther

    Ma am so grateful because God has used you through these short stories, poems, non fictions etc on your blog. They have impacted people’s lives, am a witness to that…Keep up the good work..I love you, ma!


    I thank this GOD who has made many things possible for you and for this BLOG. I thank him for always giving you inspirations to write on this page. You are a role Model to me and many others. You always simile even when you are teaching. You are that lecturer that wants all her students to pass exams, especially yours. I pray that the good work you have been doing will never stop. GOD will always give you the grace and strength to the end. You are a good and wonderful person as well.

  • Eze emmanuel friday

    You inspire a lot of people, including me, in the Departmant of MASS COMMUNICATION, UNN. You are among the good lecturers we have in the department. May God keep giving you the strength to continue the good work you have started on this blog.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Amen and amen. May God multiply grace unto you and grant you many more open doors like the one you got last year in Jesus’ name.

  • Nkwere PraiseGod

    Ma, I must confess, this your blog has been a source of inspiration to me both spiritually and academically and also to the youths. Please keep up the good work. God bless you, ma!

  • Sunday Ezekwesiri Daniel

    You are an inspiration to many of us in mass communication department. I really appreciate God for meeting someone like you. I appreciate your enormous intelligence both in the academic field and in the spiritual race. I love those smiles of yours and the way you cat walk. A woman of prestige. Remain ever blessed ma.

  • Anyalewechi Chinaza Victory

    Not only that I enjoy your lectures in class, I also love the way you use the English language, in fact you have a mastery in it.

  • Afiadigwe Nnedinso Rita

    I believe everything you said ma.You are obviously a blessing to our generation.your so kind, am really greatful to God to have you as my lecturer.You are not only a born again but you practicalise your Christianity.May God continue to bless you.


    Everyone has his or her own calling. It is great that you are answering your own calling perfectly. More grace ma’am!

  • Agwu Tochukwu Frank

    Actually, the blog is educative, entertaining, inspirational and much more.
    I always find solution to any issue bothering me any moment I visit the blog.
    Keep it up ma, you are doing a wonderful job.

  • Ogbu Nkiruka Gloria

    This blog is really educative,entertaining,inspiring and worthwhile.Keep the wonderful work going and continue in your creativity.God bless you ma.

  • Ndieze Kelechi

    Indeed you’re awesomely blessed by God.God’s not done with you.More grace, ma.You’re chosen of God. Your smiles are always on point. Thanks, ma’am

  • Oshana Oyaku Endurance

    This blog is not just educative but its also entertaining and informative. Please, ma, don’t stop the good work you are doing for us students. God bless you!

  • ojima faith

    Your life is an island of love and compassion, l pray that the Lord grant all your secret heart desires, u are a mother indeed .welldone ma.

  • ojima faith

    Ma, your life is an epitome of kindness. Well done and may d Lord grant all your secret heart desires.

  • mummy you are an epitome of grace, we are inspired by your stories. thank you ma

  • Nwatu Chetachukwu Francisca

    Indeed your posts are heart touching and humorous.Thank God for using you ma through your blog to strengthen and spiritually awakening many lives. You will always remain blessed for this.


    you are truly a motivational writer I wish you could extend all these. That is I wish you could be a motivational speaker so that with your words you can influence the lives of those that hear the words that come from your mouth .I hope that you would keep this blog on going so that many more people would be able to rap from you fountain of wisdom


    With great joy I wish to tell you Ma,that this your blog has always been a source of inspiration to me. I can’t deny the fact that, it has broaden my horizon in different spheres of life… I’m highly blessed MA, continue with the good works.. Thanks

  • Izuchukwu

    Aunty you are great both in your devotion to God who wonderfully created you and intellectually.
    I appreciate your efforts towards mankind and our generation.
    God bless you!

  • Henry

    Without a doubt, your blog exudes virtues to those who listen as the words breathe. One does not just read the words. God bless your hubby and all your endeavors. Thank you!

  • Nwosu Victoria

    for sure, your blog is an all-round benefiting one. it educates, it entertains and it it informs. most times, during my spare time, instead of watching a movie or just sleeping like i normally, i find myself going through the blog. there is so much to learn. i am indeed very grateful for you ma and for the grace to create and manage this blog. may God bless you ma and crown all your efforts with success.

  • Theophilus Blessing

    Awesome Bio and Blog. So a journalist married a journalist? That’s nice. Hope your home is not always noisy? Lol

  • Okonkwo Goodness Chiamaka

    One of the best bios I have come across in a long while. Great journalist, motivational speaker and highly spiritual and married to a journalist too. Wow!!! nice one, ma!

    • Edith Ohaja

      Actually, we are communicators and teachers, not journalists. Our area is communication education. Thank you and God bless you richly in Jesus’ name.

  • You are indeed a bouquet of the Lord’s grace, ma. I’m so happy to have met someone like you in my life… And your blog is one filled with lots of food to be consumed. I pray the good Lord to enrich u with more wisdom to carry on your good deeds.

  • Wonderful writing. i was struck with a sapiophilia just by reading this. But there was an error of a misspelled word “Ennobles” instead of “Enables”. Do well to correct it. I have pinned this website to my homepage and i am not leaving it anytime soon.

    • Edith Ohaja

      Thank you but there’s no misspelling. I said that having a relationship with God “ennobles you”, that means it makes you dignified, noble, honourable…. Bless you!

  • Ejiofor Emmanuel

    Your blog is one of the best, I must say. It is very friendly and also interactive. It has impacted a lot on mostly students. I love the fact that you try to teach us the word of God and also explain things that might have been confusing to us. Your blog is an example to other blogs. May God continue to bless you for this in Jesus name… Amen

  • Ibe Favour Kalu

    May God continue to bless you for this wonderful blog. it has impacted a lot in me.

  • Stephens Chinecherem Grace

    I know I have read this bio before, but reading it again seems a whole lot different. I completely agree that your blog has the right contents, especially for the youths. Well done momma

  • Okpechukwu Amarachi

    This blog is really wonderful and impressive.
    I came across it when you gave an assignment.
    I’m happy to be one of your students.

  • Daupamone Gesiere Grace

    Thank you Ma for your impactful blogs, I’m delighted to be one of your students

  • James

    I accidentally stumbled on your blog when your beautiful poem the bleeding heart came up on my search. It is filled with lovely inspiring passages and writing, I greatly look forward to exploring it in depth. May your bouquet of grace flow to all who visit here. Cheers and God bless for Canada.

  • Okitor kosiso Faustina

    “I am a bouquet of grace”
    I always knew that coming to your blog will teach me new things and that was why I came.
    You really are a bouquet of grace and i am happy that you share your grace with us your lovely students

  • Okitor kosiso Faustina

    I concur to that.
    Being in close relationship with God is really amazing. It’s sad that not all youths feel that way. It will really help alot of us with our individual and societal growth to be in a close relationship with the good lord

  • Okitor kosiso Faustina

    I really hope to find inspirational and evocative contents on your blog. That is really my reason for being here and I’m very sure that you will deliver ma

  • Okitor kosiso Faustina

    Although this assignment you gave us will seem like a load of work
    It is really helpful to us. Your blog is really very educational and amazing

  • The woman I admire so much!😍

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