Monthly Archives: May 2014

AS WE CELEBRATE 15 YEARS OF DEMOCRACY

For many weeks last year, one of the first things I did when I got to work on Mondays was play a particular track from Beautiful Nubia’s Fere album – ohun oju nri (what the eyes see). The opening lines … Continue reading

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STATE OF OUR NATION: WHAT WE COULD HAVE AVOIDED

The last time I wrote an article on politics was in 2011. What changed? Many things. However, I’m not the author of today’s post. It was written by a colleague-turned friend, a great guy I met in the work place, … Continue reading

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YOUR DREAMS ARE VALID

You probably guessed right. I took the title of today’s post from People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman in the World 2014, Lupita Nyong’o. She uttered those words in her powerful and moving acceptance speech when she won the Oscar award … Continue reading

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