Category: Tradition and culture

Yoruba Nation Loading…Thank You Akeredolu!

The governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Akeredolu sets the pace for what is to come. The Yoruba National Anthem will be sang all over Yorubaland. The process has started and it will develop until Yoruba Nation is comfirmed. There is no force under the… Continue Reading “Yoruba Nation Loading…Thank You Akeredolu!”

The Re-education Of The African

The Re-education Of The African By Adeola Aderounmu I have no doubts that we need to educate and re-educate Africans. My blog is not a source of historical facts, but I can reflect on what has been and I have a right to write… Continue Reading “The Re-education Of The African”

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?”

Oyinlola: How One Man’s Greed Destroyed The Centre For Black Culture

“The entire continent of Africa continues to be deprived of the services of the Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding because of the greed of just one man” Oyinlola: How One Man’s Greed Destroyed The Centre For Black Culture By Adeola Aderounmu There… Continue Reading “Oyinlola: How One Man’s Greed Destroyed The Centre For Black Culture”

CBCIU: for CULTURE? Or ‘PENKELEMES’?

By Wole Soyinka TEXT of Professor WOLE SOYINKA’S ADDRESS to the NIGERIAN MEDIA on the  “CENTRE FOR BLACK CULTURE AND INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING,” Oshogbo, on September 1, 2015 at Freedom Park, Broad Street, LAGOS. CBCIU: for CULTURE?  Or  ‘PENKELEMES’? Gentlemen of the Press, One way… Continue Reading “CBCIU: for CULTURE? Or ‘PENKELEMES’?”

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