After discussing with some friends whether Africans in the Diaspora should feel or have an obligation to help loved ones back ‘home’; It brought about insights into a growing ‘cultural gap’ that exists with many young people (born of African origin) in the UK and … Continue reading Dilemmas of young Africans growing up in the Diaspora
Certains de nos gens vont dire <<Dans une culture où l'on détermine la valeur d'une femme en fonction de la beauté de son corps, l'identité devient directement liée à l'apparence>>. Néanmoins au Togo, bonnes choses se produisent. Le secrétaire d’Etat, chargé de l’industrie, Olivier Assogba … Continue reading La Beauté togolaise sur le toit de l’Afrique: Mlle Alexandrine Yawa Hantz
The French language is on the rise within the African Continent; and notably in Nigeria. This will come as no surprise to those within West Africa as Nigerian parents and teachers are gradually coming to grips of the importance of the language in the country. … Continue reading French Rising in Nigeria
"Back In Da Day We Used To Jam Da Most, Used To Plug Da Music Into Da Lampost. I Reminice To Much, But If A Man Don't, He Might Forget Where He Came From, And Can't Approach. The Place He Tryna Go, A Wise Man … Continue reading Make a difference – Are Africans in the Diaspora Obligated to make a difference back in Africa?
Welcome to WordPress.com! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it. … Continue reading Hello world!