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ABDUL MOGALE INTERVIEW WITH THEMIRANTONLINE

ABDUL MOGALE INTERVIEW WITH THEMIRANTONLINE

Can you introduce yourself? I am Abdul Mogale, a founder member and President of the National Writers Association of South Africa (NWASA), first; and former Chief Whip of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality as well as its former Member of the Mayoral Committee for Economic Development. My contribution to the people of South Africa dates back to […]

Interview with Dr. Raphael James

Interview with Dr. Raphael James

themigrantonline.com was able to get Dr Raphael James, a man with very lofty ideas, a personality who has a finger in every pie and the Director General at the Center for Research, Information Management and Media Development.

Interview with Katherine Campbell

Interview with Katherine Campbell

themigrantonline.com went to town and we got a senior to speak on current issues.We present Katherine Campbell

themigrantonline.com has the honor to present to you an interview with Iquo Diana-Abasi, a versatile poet and an avid writer!

themigrantonline.com has the honor to present to you an interview with Iquo Diana-Abasi, a versatile poet and an avid writer!

I Stand for Peaceful Coexistence – Onatola Abiodun

I Stand for Peaceful Coexistence – Onatola Abiodun

Could you introduce yourself to netizens? I am Onatola Abiodun from Ikenne Remo, Ogun State. I live and study in Ibadan Nigeria. What’s your nationality? I am a Nigerian. What was growing up like?. Growing up was full of challenges from family feuds to that of the Nation. An average Nigerian like myself already has […]

Nigeria’s Situation is Redeemable – Dollin Holt

Nigeria’s Situation is Redeemable – Dollin Holt

Could you introduce yourself to netizens? I am Dollin Wilson Ovaroh Holt. I live in Luton town in England. I am originally from Warri in Nigeria. My father was British and my mother is Nigerian. What’s your nationality?  I will describe my nationality as dual: British and Nigerian. What was growing up like? Growing up […]

I Love Children – Oluwatosin Adebisi

I Love Children – Oluwatosin Adebisi

Could you introduce yourself to netizens? I am Oluwatosin Adebisi, the Founder of Smiley Educational Support Foundation, an NGO that runs with the mandate of SDG4(Quality Education). I had my first degrees in Agricultural Extension And Rural Development, from Federal University of Abeokuta Ogun state Nigeria. Presently, I am an educator (Handwriting Tutor) and an […]

I STAND FOR MIND EMPOWERMENT – Kimo Campbell

I STAND FOR MIND EMPOWERMENT – Kimo Campbell

Could you introduce yourself to netizens? I am Poet Kimo Campbell. Entrepreneur and Author Which nationality are you? Jamaican What was growing up like? Active, quiet, adventurous and I was enjoying the way of the Lord. You’re a poet. Why did you decide to go into poetry? I found myself growing into it and developed […]

Concept of Global Village Seems to be Damaged – Dr. Prakash Chandra

Concept of Global Village Seems to be Damaged – Dr. Prakash Chandra

Could you introduce yourself to netizens? I’m Dr Prakash Chandra Jha, a teacher by profession. I recently retired from the post of Principal at Government Secondary School, Namsai Arunachal Pradesh, India. I was born and brought up in India. I was educated in the district of Bhagalpur in Bihar India. I have M.A.in English Literature, […]

An Interview with Ndifreke George

An Interview with Ndifreke George

What inspired your book, Stories People Don’t Tell, and what did you intend to achieve with the book? I wanted to explore those seemingly ‘common’ human experiences that we are either afraid or ashamed to tell. I wanted to mirror our humanness in our face – to talk about our ‘dirty linen’ boldly – the […]

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