The seller of Nigerian bread

The seller of Nigerian bread became a model by chance The photographer Ty Bello realized that the image she had taken in Lagos to portray the Nigerian singer Tinie Tempah contained one more person, not foreseen in the photo shoot. She was tall and slender, with a haughty bearing in a red tunic. In place […]

AFRICAN CEREALS

The most extensively cultivated cereals are wheat, barley, oat, rye, rice, maize, sorghum and different kinds of millet. Sorghum and Tef are the only cereal that exclusively originated from  Africa. Barley (Ethiopian barley according Ehret), Rice and millet are of both African and Asian origin. Maize is native to the Americas. all others cereals originated […]

The possible future

Oh… Great Father, slow down your path, in doing so, you will be able to see the wonderful smile of young Nigerians.   Nigeria is the heart of Africa; young people are African hope for the future.   Young people have strong hands like the experienced fishermen of the great river, like their peasant fathers, curvet […]

NIGERIA

Pisciotti

I have to thank the land that hosts me, gives me work and future, welcoming me for what I am, as I am. I have put in my job all my past experiences of work and life; I hope I have given, and continue to make, my contribution to the development of this Great Country. […]

Energy is a critical component

By Stanley Opara   South Africa and leading energy conglomerate in Africa, Sahara Group, have expressed worry over what they described as insufficient harnessing of Africa’s energy sector potential in the continent. They said achieving a robust energy sector remained the most critical component of the levers Africa requires to leapfrog into the Fourth Industrial […]

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