Category: History

Yorubaland: Going…Going…?

Young Yorubas are totally distracted. They are busy singing and dancing, mostly to useless songs, here and there. They are on the social media, mostly not making sense. The politicians are selling Yorubaland in the name of nonsensical 2023 political ambitions. Who are these… Continue Reading “Yorubaland: Going…Going…?”

The Man Who Is Responsible For Nothing

Don’t ask me how we think in Nigeria. I am struggling with the answer too.  We may have to resurrect John Dewey-the author of the book “How We Think”. But think about this: A professor was asked to assist a criminal to rule Nigeria.… Continue Reading “The Man Who Is Responsible For Nothing”

The Most Tragic Untold Story Of Our Time After The Civil War

A totally failed political system and the criminal-politicians in APC and PDP are currently responsible for the poverty and hopelessness in the country and they must be stopped in 2019 by allowing for fresh ideas and fresh minds in our political spaces. Otherwise we,… Continue Reading “The Most Tragic Untold Story Of Our Time After The Civil War”

The African Woman On Social Media: Where Is Your Dignity?

In a recent article, l wrote about how the Nigerian women in Nollywood have misrepresented the African woman. This article is a follow up to it. The African Woman On Social Media, Where Is Your Dignity? By Adeola Aderounmu In a recent article, l… Continue Reading “The African Woman On Social Media: Where Is Your Dignity?”

Yoruba Union in Stockholm Celebrates 3rd Annual Yoruba Day

The Yoruba Union in Stockholm, Sweden successfully hosted its third annual Yoruba Day celebration. The event took place on Saturday the 23rd of May 2015. The Yoruba Day in Stockholm is a day set aside to celebrate Yoruba culture and heritage in Stockholm the… Continue Reading “Yoruba Union in Stockholm Celebrates 3rd Annual Yoruba Day”

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