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Let’s Talk: Nigeria – Beam Inc. & Nigeria Dialogue

Let’s Talk: Nigeria – Beam Inc. & Nigeria Dialogue

September 17, 2014 – Toronto, Ontario. With Nigeria’s Independence Day nearly upon us, Bringing Educational Assistance to Many (BEAM) Inc in partnership with Nigeria Dialogue (UK based org) presents the second annual Let’s Talk: Nigeria town hall. The event allows us to engage the Toronto community in discussing the progresses made as well as issues … Continue reading »

RhythmHQ – Yori Yori TV

RhythmHQ – Yori Yori TV

Love African music? Want to know what’s up this week..month? Rob and Laura have got you covered.  Their production is crisp and clean, on a site that’s professional; Yori Yori TV.  You’d love to stay tuned. Here are the first two episodes of RhythmHQ.  Watch, Comment & be kind..always share Episode ONE Episode TWO

The NYSC Camp Experience

The NYSC Camp Experience

“Aye…She no want designer, she no want Ferrari, she say na my love o…” I totally fell in love with that song. It’s so catchy. That was the 2014 NYSC Batch A Lagos camp anthem. We heard it during morning physical training, drills, mami market, concerts, etc. Even when hope seemed lost and I was … Continue reading »

NYSC Camp Prep

NYSC Camp Prep

I’ve always wanted to do my NYSC, and an opportunity arose. I started my application process while I was still in the US since the first portion of it was an online registration. This actually only applies to foreign students. I couldn’t complete the online process because I didn’t have my WAEC certificate which is … Continue reading »

Murewa Ogunkoya | Tayo Rockson Interview

Murewa Ogunkoya | Tayo Rockson Interview

Olumurewa Ogunkoya is a fashion designer and an Architect who has a unique eye for menswear. He is also a good friend of mine so it was good catching up with him – Tayo Rockson Tayo Rockson: I’m happy to be doing this interview with you. Can you tell us about yourself and how you got … Continue reading »

Basic Tips for Surviving Nigeria’s NYSC

Basic Tips for Surviving Nigeria’s NYSC

While I was away in Nigeria this past Christmas for about five weeks, I cannot count the number of times I was encouraged to return and enrol in the NYSC program. The NYSC, ‘National Youth Service Corps’ was originally created as a means of giving back to the country, rebuilding and reconstructing after the Nigerian … Continue reading »

Valeria (OloriV) | Cross-Cultural Passion | Dudunorth Interview
Roses for Humanity

Roses for Humanity

A well-travelled person is one who loves, appreciates and accepts people from various origins, distant lands and diverse cultures. He loves knowledge and nature and in his quest for meeting his basic needs and/or enjoy luxury, decides to confront the inherent challenges of acculturation which is indispensable in every change of environment. Though he sported … Continue reading »

Ronke Edoho (9JAFoodie) | Dudunorth Interview