If there is one thing that unites the over 250 ethnic groups in Nigeria, it is the love for football. On match days, the entire Nigerian space–offline and online–buzzes with news and football commentaries. Bars are crowded. Online spaces go agog with views and comments, and
The evolution of Black British culture has been very visible in recent years, one of the first things I noticed when I began secondary school in 2007 was that transnational African immigrants fell into two categories; too African and not African enough. Your category could
The most beloved Nigerian musician at home and abroad is coming to New York City for the first time in seven years. King Sunny Ade will begin his North America tour this July with a stop at Central Park in New York City on July 3. The concert will
Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan announced that they have banked $24 million in a Series B round of funding into Andela, with participation from GV, the venture capital arm of Alphabet Inc. previously known as Google Ventures. With this, the couple made
In a display of true majesty, the 51st Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, and his 147-person cavalcade entered Columbia University on Friday night to a mixed crowd in full awe. The king’s procession included several Yoruba kings and the Ooni of Ife’s musical
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From June 2nd
The recently coronated Ooni of Ife is wasting no time in his philanthropic efforts. He's employing the youth, supporting widows, sponsoring medical procedures for the poor and much more.
Africa's unemployed youth are in a state of distress. Here's how to help them.
In celebration of National Immigrant Heritage Month, The Am I Experience “Conversations & Cocktails” will take place in Washington, DC this weekend. This promises to be a nostalgic event taking you back to the days of your African and American bi-cultural childhood. The social mixer is an event