Ayodeji Rotinwa

About the Author Ayodeji Rotinwa

Ayodeji Rotinwa is a writer that comments on the arts, (pop) culture, technology and business within the continent for a number of international publications. He is currently a lead features writer at THISDAY Newspapers & contributor to Forbes Africa magazine.


Slum School is in Session

In Nigeria, 10,5 million children are not in school. Those who live in slums are at greater risk of growing up uneducated. While one non-profit social development organisation is working to solve the problem by taking education to their doorstep, the government shows little sign of following suit.

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Inside a #BringBackOurGirls protest

On 22 August 2014, the #BringBackOurGirls advocacy group, acting as a nation’s conscience against poor political will and citizens’ forgetfulness, organised a protest to mark the 130th day since the 276 schoolgirls taken by Boko Haram were stolen from their families, their education and their lives, in Chibok, Borno State. A change of government and 736 days later, the girls are still missing.