Rajesh Kumar Sharma, 40, from New Delhi, started a makeshift school under a metro bridge, where em dey teach children from slums wey no get money to attend better schools. Em belief na say education na the most important weapon for India’s youth, and if they no get am, dem dey doomed for life.
Wang Xianxiang, 42, get power no be small. But na em eyelids em power dey, I suppose.
Wang get a unique way of carrying buckets of water: with em eye lids! Continue reading
Forget Me Knot gold ring na em the Icelandic fashion designer, Sruli Recht call em piece of luxury jewelry. The artist had a strip of his own skin surgically removed and mounted on a 24-karat-gold band.
Our Oga dem for CNN published the following piece on January 23, 2013 by 4:09 pm. Whether na prediction or na agenda, please, do kindly find out for yourself.
(CNN) — The rise of Africa’s long forlorn economies – what we at Renaissance Capital have dubbed “The Fastest Billion” – represents the final phase of a global economic transformation that began over 200 years ago as agrarian societies saddled with absolute rulers began their journey through industrialization into the pluralistic middle-class societies increasingly driven by the information age we know today.
For many reasons, Africa largely missed out on this journey. But no longer: while the process will not be complete by 2050, a changing set of global and local realities suggest that Africa is set to be the final beneficiary of this revolution. Continue reading
Some great stuffs to know about Africa