Tag: culture

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?”

Nollywood Is Failing Africa In The Appearances of African Women

African women should be proud to wear their natural hairs. They are beautiful just the way they are. Nollywood Is Failing Africa By Adeola Aderounmu A few weeks ago l watched some films on a Nollywood TV channel. My attention was drawn to the… Continue Reading “Nollywood Is Failing Africa In The Appearances of African Women”

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”

Why Men Should Cook

Cooking can be a form of relaxation. It is surely art. A nation or a country can be built on well laid foundations that start from the family. Why Men Should Cook By Adeola Aderounmu A nation or a country can be built on… Continue Reading “Why Men Should Cook”

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