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Ojo Obaniyi, 40, na artisan…I mean artisan on the ‘streets’ of the Nigerian city of Ibadan. But em dey talented and ambitious. Na raffia palm cane weaving be em work and the guy dey posed to take that to heights unimaginable.
He don come up with a unique way of advertising em services – “he covered the inside and outside of his Volkswagen pickup in the natural material.”
The guy do am o, covering the entire car body, the wheel caps, chairs, steering wheel and the entire dashboard.
Ojo wey get 20 years experience weaving raffia palm cane, yarn “I wanted to prove a point that it is not only the educated elite that can make positive changes in society. We, the artisans also have talents to effect a change and make a positive impact in the society. That is why I decided that I too must do something that will make people to recognize me and know me across the whole world and by extension prove to the world that African and indeed the entire Black Race have very talented people.”
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Today’s Issue: Piers Morgan, Alex Jones and Gun Control in America, ‘da States United’
I welcome the whole earth to another episode of our MeroëRadio Show, Good Morning, Naija wey lakunlescrews bring give you. Today, time no dey for perimeter talk. Na one global comedy steal our attention earlier in the week. That popular Piers Morgan Tonight host, Piers Morgan, na em host one Alex Jones wey scatter scatter go burst for Monday, 7th January, 2013 on CNN.
The President wey rich pass for the world na Sultan of Brunei and em name na Hassan .
Hassan dey use gold in every single thing since dem born am. Eats only with golden spoons,forks and knifes and all of em clothes dey covered with gold and silver. Continue reading
This is no playing Gabriel García Márquez but a pretension of the neo-literate (nay monomaniac) ‘elite’ understanding of the subject of love. Say romanticism if you like, there’s always a trap!
Very quickly, let’s together situate love in the time of war. The soldier and his wife! In the time of war, the soldier is expected to head for the front, leaving the home-front to his wife (or would you say ‘to her husband’ if the soldier in this case were a lady? Of course!)
For convenience, we should be content with the first possibility where the soldier is a man. Here, the soldier is expected to make for the front, leaving home. However, will ‘our’ soldier leave home if he is ‘truly’ in love with his wife? To die? Or to live….