Y E A R – IN – R E V I E W Africans are so passionate – in fact, African creatives took 2017 by storm and … Continue reading Year In Review: 2017
Archive of insightful (original & featured) articles, by our team of talented writers.
Before I begin, let me state that this was not an easy article to write. I’ve found Feminism to be an interesting word because its discourse tends to incite that … Continue reading Chiamaka: Feminism Part 2 – The West vs The Developing World.
After having recently returned to London from an internship in New York, at one of the largest law firms in the world, I was left feeling empowered. I confess to … Continue reading Kenny: Feminism & New York
I recently met up with Julia Bwoma, founder of Question Africa. Julia is currently preparing to qualify as a barrister and is a staunch advocate for the development of a united … Continue reading Kenny: Let’s talk about Africa
Sometimes it’s good to just sit back and listen. A few Sundays ago, as I sat nestled into the back of my parents’ car, I was able to do just … Continue reading Kenny: Nigeria – The Great ‘Intellectual’ Diaspora?
Last week, Victor, a carpenter, came to my Lagos home to fix a broken chair. I asked him whom he preferred as Nigeria’s next president: the incumbent, Goodluck Jonathan, or his … Continue reading ‘Democracy, Deferred’ by Chimamanda Adichie
Continuing our ‘Time Management’ theme we take a look at the rise of online TV shows. Last time around, Afolabi spoke about learning to be passionate about our responsibilities in … Continue reading Too much ‘drama’ in my life
Congratulations to Queen Bisi and King Bilal, winners of this year’s Mr and Miss Nigeria UK! Founded in 2013, the Mr and Miss Nigeria UK beauty paegent was created to bring … Continue reading Let the Reign Begin!
I watched the following documentary just over a year ago. I remember being completely engrossed from start to finish. As a Nigerian born and raised outside of Nigeria, it was … Continue reading “Study the past if you would define the future” (Confucius)
54 years ago, we stood together as a nation and our cry for independence from British Colonialism was successfully granted on October 1st 1960. Personally, today marks a bitter-sweet … Continue reading ‘Happy’ Independence Day Nigeria
Everyone tells me I am part of a generation that is key to unlocking Nigeria’s potential, yet whenever the above question is posed to me, my reply is simply that I am … Continue reading “When are you going back to Nigeria?”
The more I get to understand Nigerians (with the ‘typical nigerian mentality‘), the more I have a better insight into why Nigeria is the way it is today. … Continue reading Join the Discussion: Tosin’s view