Africa / Faith

Why We Educate Our Girls? – On Boko Haram & the Abduction of 270 Nigerian girls

On April 14th, 2014, the terrorist group Boko Haram abducted 270 girls from school in their demonstration against Western education for women, who are undeserving of it…according to the group. Here’s a profound article from Christian perspective about the incident I really appreciate! –> http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/why-we-educate-our-girls Continue reading

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Mental Fight

By: Ben Okri Already, the future is converging with the past. Already the world is converging. The diverse ways of the world Will create wonderful new forms, Lovely cultural explosions In the centuries to come. Already I sense future forms of art, Of painting, sculpture, humour, Already I sense future novels, Plays, poems, dances. Already … Continue reading

Hero#2: Seun Adebiyi
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Hero#2: Seun Adebiyi

His name is Oluwaseun Adebiyi, a recent acquaintance I have made and had the privilege of working with. Say hello to my featured hero for the month of February. Before you read the concise and insightful personal interview I had with him, watch this video on him, featured on ESPN: Interview: Me: So, what was … Continue reading

Ghana-man Ponderings: A brief discussion on ethnicity and nationality in African nations.
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Ghana-man Ponderings: A brief discussion on ethnicity and nationality in African nations.

Featuring a guest columnist, Kweku-Attafuah Wadee, a Ghanaian student, currently a final year student majoring in Environmental Studies at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. His interests include Energy Policy, Politics, History, Film, Business. In his free time, he enjoys, Cooking African, Asian and Latin American Food. Contact:  kwattafuahwadee@vassar.edu BY: Kweku Attafuah-Wadee Growing up in the suburbs of Accra in … Continue reading