The writer Ben Okri, with his Nigerian roots, talks about food. The food he ate at Minna, the heaps of groundnuts, the different styles of British foods. Should there be a revival of Nigerian Food?
The debate still continues. The debate about beauty. A famous poet indicated that beauty was in the eye of the beholder. But what do we behold? Do we see through tinted glasses and pass by our skin that was gifted to us? Some people (mainly girls and women?) think they need skin bleachers. The Ghanaian … Continue reading Abeiku Arhin Tsiwah launches new book on skin bleaching
The Kenyan writer Kui Kitonga looked back into history to find role models for children. She delved into the times of the attempt to gain independence from the colonial masters in Kenya. The days of the Mau Mau were filled by men. Were women absent? In her research Kui discovered female warriors. Now she has … Continue reading Role of women in Mau Mau has been ignored