I am glad you found this website! It was designed specifically for you and has information about me.
On iraquel.com, you will be able to read stories about me and follow the work that I am involved with. But, most importantly you can learn from my mistakes and be inspired by my courage. On my journal, I will take you through my journey: my past, my present and a glimpse into my future.
I hope you like the place as much as I do. Thanks for all your support

It is iRaquel


Meet Raquel

+Born December 7th
+Named Rachael at birth
+Tweaked the spelling to Raquel at 14
+I am from Kaduna State
+I don’t really have an accent but you can tell I am from the North if you look closely
+I have three lovely brothers
+You might not know this at first glance but I LOVE soft rock!
+I was a Tomboy as a teenager. Yep!
+Sometimes working is recreation and I honestly don’t know how I manage
+I will choose white rice over jollof rice, except it’s from “Iya Calabar”. Lol
+I can eat anything at anytime (e.g. Eba at 7am and Tea at 2pm). I’m weird like that.
+I can only dance to save my life
+My favourite number is ‘7’ since childhood. Maybe because I was born on the 7th
+I honestly don’t like it when people 'typ lyk dis'
+I like people who display their real names on social media. I think it’s professional
+I hate house chores. If I can live without doing them, I won’t mind
+Another interesting thing is I set my alarm at weird times (e.g. 4:22 am or 6:31 am)

My Journal

April 11, 2017

God Loves You

A lot of people around the world feel unloved. This feeling of being unappreciated not cherished, and not valued is something that nobody wants, yet many […]
March 30, 2017

Christian, Single Woman and Content!

ASK iRAQUEL. _______________________ Question: Is it possible to be a single, Christian woman and be content? Response: Yes, it’s possible. I can imagine you’re reading this […]
February 13, 2017

Hello Younger Me

Hello younger me, I know you’re not very good at taking advice from those older than you, but I think that an exception should be made. […]

"Men are haunted by the vastness of eternity. And so we ask ourselves: will our actions echo across the centuries? Will strangers hear our names long after we are gone and wonder who we were, how bravely we fought, how fiercely we loved?" -Odysseus (Troy)

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