The July edition of the TAWAChillout is here! Get your tickets here! Early bird tickets on sale until 28th May, standard tickets thereafter. Get your tickets here!
Interview with Historian and Writer Ed Keazor Did you know? 1. ANDREW THOMAS The first Nigerian-born Newspaper Editor- he edited The Lagos Times and Gold Coast Colony Advertiser- in 1880. He was later to publish and edit the newspaper “Iwe Irohin Eko” which focused on Yoruba culture and traditions. 2. NATHANIEL KING – Generally described as the first Nigerian Doctor Born 1847, in Freetown to a Yoruba Clergyman, returned to Abeokuta where he received some training in medicine from […]
I recently received the awesome news that I have been selected as a finalist for this year’s Women4Africa (W4A) Awards! I’ve been a volunteer with the W4A team for the last 3 editions and have done so because of the amazing platform it is. I’ve been looking forward to this year’s event as the plan is to make it even bigger and better. The team are really focused on making the 5th edition the best yet. So to be told that I […]
On the 5th of August I was invited on to Live with the Humble Prince, to talk about the need to bring about more aware of Domestic Violence within the African community in the UK. Please visit www.domesticviolenceUK.org for useful information on dealing with domestic violence.