Talking about societal development and correcting societal ills is nearly impossible without looking at the family system.  Simply because any society is a reflection of its family system.

And this is no exaggeration. Imagine if you can a world without families…which technically is impossible, because the first social community in a child’s life is family. Regardless of structure; this is where he most often imbibes the character and values that will become a crucial part of his identity as an adult

Now because children ensure the continuous lifecycle of any society, the quality of their upbringing is very vital. As the effect is seen in different aspects of the society…be it social or economic development.

This naturally puts a lot of pressure on families. To get it right. Because parenting is a learning curve for both parents and children; this territory comes with its own fair share of mistakes. The most effective families are those who acknowledge and learn from their mistakes by mostly working together as a unit. The family is where the child learns values, coping skills in challenging situations, how to wade through relationships, how to be consistent, how to develop financial literacy and so much more which generally impacts on his contributions to the society.

With increasing cases of child abuse and molestations, poor social skills, mental health cases, drug addictions, poverty and ineffective intervention systems, there is a need to equip families with the right skills towards short-term and long-term goals.

This June on the 18th, in Lagos, Nigeria; WellBabyNG presents   – a program designed to create a “no-judgement” sharing, interactive, learning and teaching experience where all participants will be equipped with the right tools needed to make the family a conducive environment for positive growth and development.


INI ABIMBOLA; author, public speaker, Founder, Thistle Group, an emerging group of enterprises in Gas,
Logistics, Research and Media and  the Lead Consultant of ThistlePraxis Consulting Limited (TPC),
an Assessments and Strategy firm based in Lagos, Nigeria. A 2008 Draper Hills Fellow on Democracy and Development at Stanford University California and an alumnus of the Harvard Business School
Executive Education Program, Ini holds a degree in International Relations & Diplomacy and a Masters degree in Management. A member of the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the Institute of Directors (IOD), she has delivered more than 100 presentations in over 15 countries in the last 5 years on a range of topics some of which include: Corporate Governance, Change Management, Enterprise Development, Sustainability & CSR.

Baed on her core values and passion, she will be translating her desire for positive societal growth to the participants by teaching them on how to apply Capacity Building within Families.


TAIWO AKINLAMI; author, public speaker, Social Development /Public Interest lawyer, Social Empowerment Advocate, Childhood Management /Child Development Expert of over 20 years who has partnered with international bodies such as UNICEF, British Council, USAID, UNEDA etc. He is passionate about protecting and safeguarding children from abuse and its effects. Which he illustrates in his instruction manual, S.A.F.ETM 4  YOU
Principal of Taiwo Akinlami Academy and iProtectTM, he is happily married and resides in Lagos.

He will be teaching participants on how to provide and secure a friendly and protective environment to enable children thrive.

BRIDGET ELESIN; author, renowned life interpretation mentor, public speaker, coordinator of the Marriage Mindset Program, Fatherhood Mastery Program and Complete Woman Program, with a mastery in relationship management. With a passion for helping families work as a team, she helps men become better fathers/husbands and women better mothers/wives. Joyfully married to her best friend, she is blessed with 3 prophetic children.

She will expose participants to those Relationship Benchmarks that will boost marital wellness

ZURIEL OLOWE; a lawyer, consultant with the Institute of Family Engineering and Development, team lead of Own Your Essence Advocates and renowned Play therapist.
She has mastered the art of using play to break down relationship barriers as well as foster the bond within families.

She will use her session as a therapy for participants to own their essence as a family unit using play.

KRIS OZIOFU ERO; broadcast journalist, wellness blogger, public speaker, founder of WellBabyNG, convener of The WellBaby Wellness Train, editor-in-chief of the Wellness Magazine (@wellnessmagazineonline) and Child/Family Wellness Advocate. She is passionate about seeing a holistic healthier society by focusing on children and has been on TV and radio preaching this gospel of wellness.

She will be introducing the participants to the concept of family wellness and how/why it plays such a huge role in societal development.


  1. those who are hoping to start a family
  2. those that already have families
  3. those who work with children and families in any capacity


  1. 4 Specially designed courses to be facilitated by industry experts
  2. Interactive and fun therapy sessions
  3. Tea-break
  4. Lunch
  5. Networking
  6. Course materials
  7. Practical tools
  8. Engaging and “no judgement” learning environment
  9. Money-back guarantee


An early bird fee of 15,000 naira till 1st May; after which fee becomes 25,000 naira!


Payment to Ion-Forte Ltd, UBA, 1020733853 secures your seat, once you have sent proof of payment to [email protected] or [email protected]

If this is for you, take advantage of the early bird offer. Couple discounts are also available.



About the author

Kris Ero

Professionally known as The Wellness Boss, Kris is a trained wellness coach focused primarily on promoting corporate wellness. She is also a Child and Family Wellness Advocate and has appeared on several radio and tv shows. As a wellness entrepreneur, she runs several wellness initiatives. In her spare time, she loves to catch up on her reading and tv shows. An avid foodie, she seeks healthier ways of enjoying what she loves.

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