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Culture Diaries Meets Poet Titilope Sonuga

  In the second episode of Culture Diaries, i chat with fellow poet Titilope Sonuga. I have often referred to her poetry as very visceral and picturesque. In recent times, she if fast becoming every girls favourite poet ¬†exploring themes that traverse everyday human emotions and that all so interesting transition from girlhood to womanhood. […]

Projects, Video, Videos

Room 313 Naomi’s Story

  I have been contemplating ending this series of mine which i have enjoyed making so much but fortunately despite all the challenges i never give up without a fight so i have decided not to hang my boots up just yet. So here goes the story. As part of the British Council’s UK/NG season […]

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Airtel Touching Lives Ep2,3&4

  Stanley Okereke was dismissed from his work as a driver some years ago when he discovered his hands were shaking. This condition degenerated into Partial Stroke and his life has not remained the same ever since. In the revisit segment, watch as Airtel Nigeria helped the Guildance Community Development Foundation touch the lives of […]

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Airtel Touching Lives Season 2 Ep1

  A lot people have been asking about a new season of the television Airtel Touching Lives programme which i present on television. Well i am deeply pleased and honoured to share that we were renewed for a second season which premiered last week on network television and cable tv. It has been great to […]

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Room 313 Episode 3 Dooshima’s Story

  Firstly i would like to apologise for the very long delay in bringing this episode to you. I do hope you forgive me and it lives up to your expectations. This is the part where i insert a emoticon with hands clasped together in prayer and a halo circling over my head. As you […]

Poetry, Video, Videos

TJ Dema and Obii On Words And Inspirations

  This week of Words and Inspirations we feature the poet TJ Dema from Botswana and Obii Ifejika from Nigeria. The first time i heard TJ Dema was on the collective project Sonic Slam Chorus that also featured Zimbabwean poet DicksonSlam. Her seering poem ‘Dear Africa’ had left me hooked ever since. As you can […]