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AFRICA IS BLEEDING

 By Obianuju Lilian Ikegbune, Lagos Africa they say is bleeding, but I say Africa has found her Voice! Black Lives they say matters, I say Black Lives matter Every where Internationally and Locally! May our Unity abound as our Creativity abounds. The Generation to prove the power of o nline tools in galvanising offline activism is born! It is not Just a hashtag, it is our collective voices, it is awareness! It is a movement! It is our Change! African Rising!  World Watch Out! AFRICA IS REINVENTING  A movement against police brutality in Nigeria  #EndSARS  #SoroSoke Photo by Nora Awolowo Cameron Anglophone Crisis; Teachers and Parents protest the attacks on school children in Cameroon  #ChildrenLivesMatter Photo by Josiane Kouagheu on Reuters  A story of child slavery at the mines in congo. #NoCongoNoPhone  Photo by Eduardo Relero. A Protest against Gender based violence in Namibia #ShutItDownNamibia  Photo by Sylvia Kerubo on Femnet.org
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FEATURES : DÉJÀ VU – In Tragic Vein by Wole Soyinka on Nigeria's 20/10/2020

Culled from CNBC Africa,  21st October 2020. To the affected governors all over the nation, there is one immediate step to take: demand the withdrawal of those soldiers. Convoke Town Hall meetings as a matter of urgency. 24-hr Curfews are not the solution. Take over the security of your people with whatever resources you can rummage. Substitute community self-policing based on Local Councils, to curb hooligan infiltration and extortionist and destructive opportunism I arrived home from external commitments just over a week ago to an extraordinary homecoming gift. It took the form of a movement – sometimes angry, sometimes entrancing, poignant, sometimes strident, certainly robust in expectations but always moving, visionary, and organized. That movement demanded an end to brutality from state security agencies, focusing on a notorious unit known as the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). But, of course, SARS merely stood for the parasitic character of governance itself in all ramificati

E-Ajor; Nigeria's first fintech thrift platform in Lagos.

Obianuju Lilian Ikegbune, Lagos. At the E-Ajor Launch The Digital contributory app; E-Ajor is created to enable users meet their financial goals, through public and microcells of daily, weekly and monthly contribution. The Online platform which launched at an event held at Oriental hotel Lagos, on the 17th of September 2020, saw a gathering of young entrepreneurs in Lagos at the launch of the event. E-Ajor app The early form of contributory savings called Ajò or Èsùsù as it is popularly called by the indigenous people of Nigeria, involves people of the same trade coming together to set aside an agreed amount together, then take rotationary turns to benefit from the savings at an agreed time, the primary objective was to help them provide financial stability and meet their pressing needs. At the event, the team lead Mr Daniel Ikabode noted that the Digital contributory scheme which helps in the collection and disbursement of funds, encourages financial discipline and helps members of

HOW TO ACHIEVE YOUR MONTHLY GOALS WITH THE AYD POWER PLANNER X SHOPPING ON GIRLY ESSENTIALS

Boom the month of January 2020 is almost gone and I can still remember vividly well all that went down during #DirtyDecember , January isn't the longest afterall. So in the year 2020, many swore that it will be the year of their fireworks and breaking free, the question is; Are you still within your target? Are there still fireworks igniting your new year resolutions? Accelerate your Dreams Power Planner 

RESTAURANT REVIEW - ATMOSPHERE ROOFTOP

So as part of my tour and food tasting in Lagos, A couple of friends and I visited Atmosphere Rooftop , located in Lenoxx Mall, Lekki Phase 1 Lagos Nigeria. Shot on my Kodak camera

EVENT - VIMBAI MUTINHIRI, TEWA ONASANYA AND TOKE MABOGUNJE AT THE OYA SHIFT EDITION OF THE HANGOUTWITHTEE LADIES EVENT

Did you miss out on the recently concluded Hangout with Tee Event? Then here is all that went down. L-R : Mrs Toke Mabogunje , Mrs Tewa Onasanya , Tee , Vimbia Mutinhiri

EVENT - HANGOUT WITH TEE 6.

Hang out with Tee is Back! #Hangoutwithtee is strategizing, organizing, and getting ready for its 6th edition. This is not the ordinary, stuffy, can’t-wait-until-it-is-over event! It’s an inspiration-fueled, action-packed, fun-filled hangout packed with a ton of awesome women ready to have fun! The must-experience hangout is happening at Panda Event Centre, Oyadiran Estate, Sabo, Lagos on Sunday, April 7, 2019 Speakers include Zimbabwean Actress & OAP Vimbai Mutinhiri, Publisher, Exquisite Magazine Tewa Onasanya and Deputy President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Toki Mabogunje. Female Saxophonist, Funmi Sax Ajayi and Female Guitarist, Sha-de will be performing LIVE. Awesome Poetry by The Bio Poet Great Music by Lady Yuddy Dance: "Nekky: The Body Confidence Chick" Co Host:  Jessica Fortunes Theme: Oya Shift Time: 2-6PM Entry: FREE Side Attractions: Free Gifts, Dance Competition, Games, Raffle Draw To reserve your seat, please send an email