“I love sharing my view on people’s ways of life, particularly the Nigerians and the Benin people”. This is what Prince Frank Abieyuwa said in an interview to journalist Ewanfoh Obehi Peter.
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Sudan: To Be or Not To Be
Sudan is one of the countries that will always remain indispensable in the African continent. It’s not just because a most renowned African civilisations, the ancient Nubian society once flourished there, or that it is the biggest African country; Sudan is of special important to Africa, both due to its strategic position and what it […]
Ken and Sankara: Africa should demonstrate its Innocence
This is the last extract from the research, “UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: My Hands Are Clean”, as it relates to the role of local Africans in sustaining their own underdevelopments. The next extract to be (this) released at the public domain, though might have a different bearing on this argument is for the purpose of balancing […]
Nollywood, Example Of Feasible Local Initiatives And Self-Reliability Among Africans
This is an extract from the research, “UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: My Hands Are Clean”. Except for the footnotes and the images, this extract (Nollywood Film Industry (Nigeria) As An Example Of Feasible Local Initiatives And Self-Reliability Among Africans) is exactly the way it was presented in the research, (page 200). A sub-heading under the discussion: […]