Nigeria From A Nigerian's Perspective: Ikenna Mbadiwe

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It's the year 2020, but many are still unaware of how much Africa has developed. Most Africans aren’t living in huts — don’t let the movies fool you. In Africa, you can find nice cars, multiple-story homes, and unparalleled skyscrapers. No one is walking around with bow and arrows these days.

Oye Diran: Behind The Lens With A Nigerian Photographer

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Oye Diran's work speaks for itself. The Nigerian photographer's artwork has been featured in Vogue ITALIA and Afropunk. His latest project, "A Ti De" (we have arrived), explores vintage Yoruba fashion from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Seeing that the Yoruba tribe is one of the largest in Nigeria, it was no surprise to see tens of thousands of Nigerians resonating with his artwork when he debuted it on Nataal back in March.

French to Become Ghana’s Official Second Language

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An announcement by Foreign Affairs Ministry that government intends to employ French as a second language, has unsettled a few quills. Minister for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Hon. Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey says the choice to acquire French as a second language is a noteworthy worry of the Government of Ghana, in accordance with national priorities. She further reiterated that plans by government to incorporate the advancement of the learning of French in fundamental schools and over every other dimension of learning, as a component of a general change of Ghana's educational sector.

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