11th February, 2011
Stella Damasus: Valentine, as it is being celebrated all over the world, is a day you are expected toÂ show love to people. I will be with my family on that day and also use the opportunity to enlighten myÂ kids more on the significance ofÂ the day.
Halima Abubakar: Well, as it is now, I will be very busy on that day. But it doesnâ€™t stop me fromÂ sending goodwill and inspirational messages to people any way.
J. Martins: To me, St. Valentineâ€™s Day is like every other day when you
need to be good to everyÂ person around you. Jesus himself came to preach about love, so it is not a St. Valentineâ€™s thingÂ alone.
Peter Okoye: Itâ€™s like every other day when you will need to impact positively on the society. ThisÂ time around, I will spend time with my lovely son and his mother.
Paul Okoye: It will be business as usual. We will be working but still find little time to call orÂ send messages to those close to our hearts.
Julius Agwu: There are lots of people that need to be shown love out there. So, Val is a good day forÂ you to reach out to them. Celebrating St. Valâ€™s Day is not all about locking the doors to celebrateÂ love.
Kaha: On every Valâ€™s Day, I take it as a duty to visit the orphanages and motherless babiesâ€™ homes andÂ this year will not be an exception. I donâ€™t have to give them the best gifts in the world, but just toÂ show that I care and love them.