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B’OMODE O J’OBI! by Adewale Sobowale

A video is currently going viral of a Nigerian politician. The video made by the BBC (Yoruba) is of a Nigerian female politician…

‘IS GAJU’ by Adewale Sobowale

‘IS GAJU’ by Adewale Sobowale

So, the big association of writers in Nigeria is currently accepting entries for literary contests. But, why are we like this? Abi won…

DIFFERENT STROKES! by Adewale Sobowale

DIFFERENT STROKES! by Adewale Sobowale

Nigeria’s 61st independence anniversary has come and gone. However, so many thoughts reverberated during the period. One is some people are saying Nigeria…

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Infibehe Effiong, a human rights lawyer who was jailed for contempt of court, has recounted his experience in prison. In an interview with The Punch, he says his…

themigrantonline.com had a discussion with the multi-talented artist, Gary Frier.…

How would you describe Letter to Petya Dubarova? There is loss and elation in this book. Loss is always a serious undertaking. The undertow is grief. There is…

Moleboheng Mo’ Matli affectionately known as Ms Matli is a dynamic South African brand architect, world-class strategist, communications specialist, seasoned media practitioner for both television and radio, speaker…

themigrantonline.com had a conversation with Cleve Battick a Jamaican-Canadian. Although he’s a science teacher, he’s well grounded in history, especially in the history of Black people. Here we…

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Commentary: The Seeker

Commentary: The Seeker

To whom it may concern, Salaam. Good afternoon if it is afternoon where you are in the world. Dumelang. Sanibonani. Molo, kunjani? Go fish. I…

Travelogue View all

TRAVELOGUE: THE TRAIN TO PADDINGTON by Wale Okediran

TRAVELOGUE: THE TRAIN TO PADDINGTON by Wale Okediran

Breakfast at the Hall of Wadham College, Oxford University, UK was a routine meeting place for many of the delegates to the maiden edition of the James Currey…

Family road trip in South Africa

Family road trip in South Africa

By Abigail George, Johannesburg “As a woman I have no country. As a woman my country is the whole world.” – Virginia Woolf When I was a teenager…

TRAVELOGUE; A WEEKEND IN TOGO

TRAVELOGUE; A WEEKEND IN TOGO

By Wale Okediran We entered Lome to a stunning postcard scenery of a coconut tree lined pristine ocean coastline to our right with a rush hour vehicular traffic…

Flashback: A Passage to Russia By Wale Okediran

Flashback: A Passage to Russia By Wale Okediran

It’s almost midnight in Saint Petersburg and the sun is yet to set. From my vantage point at the window of the bedroom of my rented apartment on…

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Commentary: The Seeker

Commentary: The Seeker

To whom it may concern, Salaam. Good afternoon if it is afternoon where you are in…

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BHM Blog series Day 1: The Black and Mental Slavery

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