Sexual violence is a crime that exists in the shadows, because talking about it makes people feel uncomfortable. Survivors are discouraged from talking about it because to say you are a rape or abuse survivor is to say you were a victim, is to open yourself up to blame, is to feel ashamed.
Funding Initiatives! Incubation hubs! Acceleration programs! Whichever float your boat always come with extremely compelling offers. The promised benefits are often irresistible
Nigeria’s tech ecosystem is getting attention from within and outside Africa even though the ecosystem is less than a decade old. The successes of ecommerce giants, Jumia and Konga, were an eye opener to the potentials of the tech market in Nigeria yet few startups are profitable, very few are scaling up and expanding to other markets.
As the world population surges to 9 billion people by 2050 and demands on the global food supply soar, the greatest opportunity for profits in agriculture may be in Africa.
Yes I know it sounds like the title of an 80’s movie, I figure that if it were, it would most likely have Indiana Jones as the lead actor and major protagonist. Anyways, its time to come down from your high horse of “sanity” and let’s bask in the euphoria of this two-minute somewhat-childish imagination.
A deep look into club football in the country reveals that poor funding is mainly responsible for why these clubs are finding it difficult to match other nations.
Africa Top 20 Music Countdown! Buzzing Songs Across the Continent and Trending Issue Insights with Chuks Asoegwu
Featuring African music heavyweights such as Wizkid, Phyno, Olamide, Sauti Sol, Sarkodie and many more. Here are 20 of the most buzzing songs across the African continent at the moment
“Coming through (in through)…issue (issue)… pounds sterling la wa fi se tissue, married to the game Olorun mi kin sun, f**k my exes I don’t miss you, who you epp? (who you epp?) who you epp?(who you epp?), you don baff? (you don baff), who you serve?…”
Before you think I am trying to do my own cover of Olamide’s viral piece, “Who You Epp?”, let me just state unequivocally that this was the tune playing in my head as at the time I was writing and by the time you’re done reading this, you would understand that it fits the theme of this satirical piece; and quite aptly too I must add.
Being an avid music lover and entertainment enthusiast, I try to listen to as much radio and music as humanly possible. I also keep tabs on music blogs and sites so as to know who was hot, who is hot and who is going to be hot in the near future given the right push and grooming under the right conditions as well.