By Amandla Karungi “Stella” was a good girl. She was also a shy, easily embarrassed Puritanical church girl. Four years after diligently earning her place among the holiest in her high school society, Stella fell in love. Love, like money and power, make the biggest fools of people. Love destabilizes all that you thought was […]
Our Clients Reviews
Lovely event with a light-touch, informal and friendly feel. I had a chance to catch up with people I had not seen in ages, as well as to meet a few new people. My suggestions would be for a greater range of entertainment (I’m a big fan of Georgia May and Daps, and they were great), to showcase some of the different kinds of talent in the NE. Food from the African continent or diaspora. And something slightly more structured (but still light-touch, fun and social) to encourage people to get to know about each other, and to find out more about Teakisi and the different initiatives which support different cultures and exchange and sharing in the region.
Had a great time at the event. The team were great and welcoming.