Meet Okoye

By Sola Ogunbiyi The Igbo people from Eastern Nigeria have four market days namely: Eke Afo Nkwo Orie In Igbo, ‘Oko’ means a man, ‘Orie or Oye’, means a market day, so ‘Okoye’ means a […]


Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah

By Sola Ogunbiyi While reading ‘Born A Crime’ by Trevor Noah, one cannot overlook Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah (PNN), the one character whose determination, strength, resilience deserves emulation. These stories shared by her son depicts a mother […]


Veel Liver!

By Claudine Niragire. I love liver! Although many usually dispose of it and won’t consider eating it, I have taken on the task of exalting – As would say Jean Francois Piege – this underdog […]

Current Affairs

Enough Of This

By Minnie Kangethe I keep looking around me hoping to find a leader or a politician who has the interest of the common citizen at heart and deliver on their promise.  Unfortunately, I have been […]


La Réussite Version 3.0

By Edwige Suzon Il y a quelques jours, je suis tombée sur un article intéressant qui présentait des personnes ayant quitté des emplois dans lesquels elles excellaient visiblement, si on se fie aux salaires mirobolants […]



By Claudine Niragire Le matin j’aime prendre un bon petit-déjeuner et en vraie fan d’oeufs, je dois toujours trouver un moyen d’en faire, même si c’est juste une simple omelette, et les fritattas sont mes favoris, bonnes […]


Rest Well Chester

By Gloria Mari There’s a lot to be said about music. It moves us. It invigorates us. It makes us think. It makes us feel. We breathe, live, laugh, love and dance around it. We […]