“The African must be able to tell his/her story, mainly from the African eye using Photography and history not just for those here and around today but with the ultimate aim of reaching out to generations unborn. A people with the knowledge of their own HISTORY are proud people. Africa is contributing its part in the information highway and with the internet at our disposal, there’s never a better time to do so.”
The Lagos National Arts Theater is an icon for everyone of my generation and a recognizable sight for those commuting … More
Environmentalist and owner of Pop Beach Club, Akintunde Disu is currently on a 60km hike from Ilashe to Badagry along the … More
Mpape Crushed Rock is an abandoned quarry in a less developed suburb of Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. … More
So yes, I think that Saint Nicholas and the black Pete debate is racist and that we should give it up. Traditions are there to be changed and adjusted to the times in which we live.
Ghana-based Cameroonian chromatic xylophone virtuoso, Obase-Aboli Namolongo is a contemporary pan-African singer, songwriter, composer and entertainer brandishing his soothing traditional … More
Freedom Park Lagos, the former colonial prison turned centre for creative expression, has announced the schedule of events to mark … More
King B-Fine and his Afrikaya band recently released ‘Zombie 2.0’, an Afrobeat composition that addresses police brutality in the US … More
The Afro-Funk star, born in London, raised between Lagos and the UK, now living in New York stayed longer than usual in Lagos this year due to COVID-19 and said, “it has turned out to be a blessing.”
The 1950s saw the desecration of the Osun-Osogbo Grove and prohibited actions like fishing, hunting and felling of trees in the grove took place until the abuse was stopped by Osogbo people with the participation of Susanne Wenger.
Photos invoke sadness, love, joy, the past are we trying to run away from, good times, great people and the annoying ones, anticipation, never forgetting lots and lots of dearly departed, making Photography a potpourri of emotions for us all, an emotion in my opinion sometimes worth pursuing.
Lagos, a city of Smiles, struggle, colors, people, frenzy and that Adrenalin rush, stands for many things to different people..