The African child

In 1991, the world started celebrating the International Day of the African Child every June 16; as initiated by the then Organisation of African Unity (OAU), now the African Union (AU). The day is to recognise students, who, in 1976, took part in a peaceful demonstration to press for improved education in Soweto, South Africa.... Continue Reading →

Stolen culture in Africa 

In the western region of the world it is an established fact that art is next to priceless if not priceless on the majority side. However, the value of a piece of art in history has always been gotten from the quality of the artist, the message it carries or  the culture it portrays. In... Continue Reading →

Great “Zik” of Africa

Benjamin Nnamdi azikiwe(16th November 1904 - 11th May 1996) Vastly know as "Zik of Africa" is one of Africa's greatest heroes in modern nationalism. Born to 1904 in Zungeru , presently called "Niger state", Northern Nigeria. The quest for education led him to travel the world as a young man, returning to Africa where he... Continue Reading →

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