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Monthly Archives: September 2014

10 stunning must see African art works

African art tells a story of one cultural essence or another. Because the continent is flooded with innumerable amazing practices and traditions, one gets to sample the many ideologies into visual concepts that are simply stunning. That is exactly what some excellent artist from across Africa have just spread across canvases to show to the world. Kudzanai Chiurai, Zimbabwe Exi...

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The seven traits of Dr. Nkrumah that made him exceptionally productive

My title would definitely have been “Nkrumah’s road to glory” or “Exceptional leadership” had I not decided to count Ghana’s blessings imbibed in our very first prime minister and initiator of our independence. Of course I’m yet to see one legend who never had shortfalls, Osagyefo Dr. Nkrumah left some evidence of his wild ambition which left him as either a ‘h...

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Just how Mauritania’s Anigur game looks like…

It may sound quite unfortunate but really, it didn’t cross my mind to stop by Mauritania on my many travels across the length and breadth of Africa but you know what? I did somehow and I’m glad I did. Mauritania which geographically links north and West Africa at a point, leaves much to be desired as far as its scenery, culture and ethnicity is concerned. If for nothing at ...

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