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
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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
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
Every so often, acts occur, so barbaric in nature, it would be unjust not to report them. The time for silence has now gone. Hundreds of bodies – too many to count … Continue reading 2,000 killed – When will it stop?
Why the Commotion? In my last article titled, ‘Supporting Naija from Afar?’ we touched a little bit on Kola’s video post yesterday and promised to give our perspective as to why we … Continue reading ‘Supporting Naija from Afar?’ – Our thoughts
Kola caused quite a bit of a stir when she posted this video on YouTube a year ago. To be honest, I am not surprised at how many comments her video still receives … Continue reading ‘Supporting Naija from Afar?’ Kola’s video