This week, we watched Americans elect an alleged sexual assaulter in place of a qualified woman. While the world mourned, Hillary Clinton in her concession speech gracefully encouraged young girls everywhere to follow their goals. ‘’To all the girls who are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your dreams.’’ Hillary said in her concession speech.
Multi award winning singer and actress Becca, is our esteemed Woman Crush this Wednesday.
In what is still a largely male-dominated industry, Tiwa Savage holds her own. With hit songs, well defined vocals, lucrative endorsement deals and energetic live performances, singer, songwriter, super hero Tiwa is our #WCW for today.
The winner of the 2016 Financial Times Oppenheimer Emerging Voices in the art category is Zimbabwean Gareth Nyandoro, a painter based in Harare and Amsterdam.
John Networq born in Warri, Niger Delta, Nigeria has just released an experimental project titled Son of Merlin. The self exploratory project touches on his life so far, risks of being a creative and growing up in the Niger Delta.
Ilojo Bar a national monument in Nigeria built in mid 19th century by returned slaves from Brazil has been demolished. The iconic building which housed a music shop owned by veteran musician Victor Olaiya was where King Sunny Ade once bought a guitar. The demolished plot now spots a sign post announcing it property of the government.