KONY 2012

Kony 2012 is the latest thing on the Internet these days. It is a video created by the humanitarian organisation Invisible Children Inc. which aims to make the war criminal Joseph Kony globally infamous this year. I could tell you about the video, OR, you could just take 30 minutes out of your day and watch […]

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Yes vs. No

In an uncanny coincidence, my cousin Peter Oye contacted me the other day looking for ideas to aid his campaign for president of the Afro-Carribean Society (ACS) of Loughborough University. I call it uncanny because as some of you know, I held a similar position at my university for a while. So it was interesting to […]

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Orijin Culture

Towards the end of last year, I began writing for another blog called Orijin Culture. Orijin Culture is an Afrocentric initiative featuring its own magazine and fashion line which focusses on presenting the beauty within the African lifestyle. From interviews with successful African moguls to fashion recommendations and so on, Orijin goes out of its way […]

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