I lived in Nigeria for my entire childhood. When I came to the United States, my eyes were opened as to how unaware other countries were to the overwhelming economic and cultural challenges of Africa. It was then I knew I was meant to dedicate my life to bringing a voice to those still in the shadows and to enlighten those totally unaware of the atrocities women and children in Africa endure.
Two African women, both Nigerian, from two different generations have chosen to promote and preserve the African cultural heritage...
Read the exclusive interview of the author of her eye opening new series "Chronicles of an African Baby".
In this Photography Edition Ace Nigerian photographer, George Okoro who is well known as a game changer in his own right- Brand...
Talking about empowering women and some reasons why they may not feel encouraged to be themselves.
Permanent Observer of the African Union to the United Nations