12th June 2020Comments are off for this post.

#OneWildSeries: One Wild Tea

No one knows till this day what type of tea it was and it seems nobody cares about this bit, the fact that tea became the portal through which he slid to the land of the non-living is enough. What led to that point? You probably know but for those who don’t, here’s a brief account:

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1st June 2020Comments are off for this post.

Art LockedDown: Children’s Day 2020

For this year’s Children’s Day, we decided to have children showcase their artistic talents; they submit their random sketches and we turn them into full-colour illustrations. The idea, which was had towards the end of the second week of the Lagos lockdown, was initially meant Read more

11th August 2018Comments are off for this post.

Trek ’97:The walk for a man who had death in his pouch.

Close to two million people trekked 28 kilometres in 7.2 hours from Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos Island to Fela’s home at Gbemisola Street, Ikeja, that’s like driving at 4km/hr on a Lagos road.

Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Abami Eda, Omo Eleniyan, was the voice of the tired and trampled, a clenched fist and a voice raised in defiance. 

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14th May 2018Comments are off for this post.

A Shallow Thought on “This is America”.

Everyone is looking for the deepness in This is America and it’s like a gold hunt, down to the drag-in-the-mud parts. But maybe I’m not woke enough, maybe I got stuck at the shallow end of all the deepness that abounds now, because all the questions I’ve got about the video are way out of the range of the symbolism and deep meanings that seems to be the majority concern.

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