• Did You Miss The #AGACultureSeries yesterday? Let me tell you all about it!

    When my friend Dolapo Aina asked if I would be interested in attending an art exhibition on Sunday July 18th, I said yes of course I would. If we’re keeping it a buck, mainly because my social life has a -0 rating and I was beginning to feel like a hobo, cooped up at home with nobody asking me to go anywhere 😃 A week to the event, I checked out the exhibition and the hosts on social media and I was glad I did. It turns out to be exactly the kind of scene that gives me joy. Sunday came and It was truly satisfying. Packaged by Circuit.NG, the…

  • Ubumuntu Arts Festival returns with ‘REBIRTH’

    Africa’s premier performing arts event for social change, Ubumuntu Arts Festival, is returning this year to celebrate humanity with artists from over 18 countries.  This year, the festival will connect the world through a virtual event aimed at delivering meticulously curated art performances and showcases, to a global audience.  In 2020, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the now seven year old festival was changed to Ubumuntu virtual arts festival and was live-streamed.  Continuing this year, the festival themed; REBIRTH,  will run for two days for about six hours in total from July 16th-17th 2021 and will be streamed live on the Ubumuntu Youtube Channel as well as…

  • How Lagos Theatre Festival 2021 delivered A Reckless Art Weekend

    The virtual community was saturated at the weekend when the largest performing arts festival in Nigeria and West Africa, Lagos Theatre Festival (LTF), held its 8th virtual edition. With its theme:‘RECKLESS ART’; an embodiment of an Out of Bounds movement and the belief that art should be created with reckless abandon and no limits, the festival was replete with inspiring and evocative art. The LTF, founded by the British Council in 2013 as part of its ambitions to foster exchange, collaboration, and strengthen relationships between Nigerian and British artists through the presentation of high quality Nigerian and British theatre, has so far, reached over 770 million people online so it…


    Nigerian actress and media personality; Omotunde Adebowale-David, popularly known as ‘Lolo 1’, presents her first stage musical; titled ALERO. It tells of the story of Alero, a village girl that comes to the city full with hopes and dreams, but at every turn is frustrated into giving up and losing hope. Alero The Musical, is about believing, staying focused and succeeding without losing your soul, empathy and heart. The show’s main objective, is to ignite the desire to succeed in young people. Lolo’s experience in stage productions date as far back as 2012 , when she produced the maiden edition of “OGA MADAM LIVE ON STAGE WITH LOLO 1 ”…

  • Did @BrymOlawale Bring It At Terra Arena Last Night? Yup! He ‘Brung’ It All Right!

    It’s an open secret that BRYMO lovers will follow him to the ends of the earth if need be; and so it’s not really news that Terra Arena was packed out last night. But then, there’s something else. The crowd was slightly different from the #OrganisedChaos crowd. There were scatterings of expatriates and more than a good number of ‘over 40s’; but great music is a leveler as we all grooved, yelled, danced and sang along. It also inspired so many of them to take music lessons, especially bongos lessons

  • RWANDA STAND UP! #IkazeNight Is Back!!

    On the 11th of July at the Kigali Exhibition Conference Village, Africa’s largest performing arts festival will be opened with a special night of music, dance and various forms of performing arts by artistes from all over the continent and beyond. This year, Uganda’s Queen of Afro Soul; Lilian Mbabazi will headline the show and will be supported by Alexander Star from the United States, ‘Under The Surface’ from the Netherlands, Unidance from Rwanda, The Street Dancers Company from DRC and my personal favorites; The Rwanda National Ballet. If you are in the east africa region this July, this is one event you do not want to miss. Ubumuntu Arts Festival…

  • Youth for Technology Foundation’s 3D Africa hosts Silicon Lagoon In Lagos

      Youth for Technology Foundation’s 3D Africa will host Silicon Lagoon, a three-day economic mission organized by startups​.be and Close​ the Gap to Lagos, Nigeria. From March 21st​ and 23rd​,​ the Silicon Lagoon mission will enable participants to discover one of the most thriving tech ecosystems in the world, learn more about business opportunities in Africa, meet local business leaders, pitch to local and international investors, and network with entrepreneurs. During the mission, Youth for Technology Foundation 3D Africa students and team members will participate in hand-on activities such as co-creation workshops at CC Hub and NG_Hub, an interactive “Pow-Wow” at the Tony Elumelu Foundation, immersion sessions at local startups like LifeBank and Blackbit…

  • International Day Of The Girl Child Conference – By @HaceyHealth

    Every year, the United Nations International Day of Girls raises awareness on challenges peculiar to the girl child and advocates for her rights to gender equality. This year, HACEY Health Initiative will be holding the largest conference on the Girl Child in Nigeria to commemorate this event. The United Nation International Day of Girls held every 11th of October is aimed at promoting the rights of the girl child and advocating for her rights to gender equality.

  • @ShonowoHospital Partners With HACEY HEALTH INITIATIVE To #EndMalaria

    Almost everyone has experienced a mosquito bite. Beyond being an annoyance, mosquitoes are carriers of some disease pathogens that afflict humans. One of such diseases is malaria—a disease that still claims the life of one child every two minutes, despite tremendous progress in recent decades. Malaria is transmitted through the bite of the female anopheles mosquito. Currently, Nigeria accounts for about a third of all malaria cases in the world, and pregnant women and children under 5 are still very vulnerable as malaria is a major cause of maternal and infant mortality.

  • How @BrymOlawale Served It All At #OragnisedChaos

    Electric. That’s the word that comes to mind when I think about BRYMO’s performance at his concert yesterday. There was a time the Nigerian music audience was sold the lie that a music concert without a thousand mile long list of supporting acts, comedy intermissions and whatever else won’t give the concert goer the ultimate experience, but BRYMO keeps putting that ridiculous theory to shame.

  • EVENT: #DigitalMediaTalk With ELSIE GODWIN

    I’m excited to be a panelist at #MeetsMedia’s Digital Media Talk with Elsie Godwin because the event provides a platform for digital media content creators, advertising and marketing professionals to interact, network and learn from industry leaders. The Theme is ‘Blogging As a Tool For Social Change’ and The media chat will be a live broadcast event. Register to attend HERE

  • Ubumuntu Arts Festival Returns, Binding Art to Resilience

    The Ubumuntu Arts Festival is back for the fourth edition with incredible performances from around the world. This year, Africa’s largest performing arts gathering for humanity will share the power of art in building personal and community resilience. Attendees will be taken on a journey to explore the notion of resilience and the paths that lead there. The three-day festival takes place from 13-15 July 2018 at the Kigali Genocide Memorial amphitheatre in Rwanda and entry is free for all.

  • Event: @JCI_Nigeria (FESTAC) March Business Meeting

    This Sunday (25th March),  I will be facilitating a training on using  social media for small business at the Junior Chamber International business meeting in Festac. JCI is a non-governmental organisation for persons within the age bracket (18-40) focused on impacting communities and individuals. JCI provides development opportunities that empowers young active citizens to create positive change. JCI exists in over 100 countries across the world. JCI Festac is one of the over 50 chapters across Nigeria. The venue is The Golden Tulip Hotel and training starts at 3pm.

  • Sunmbo Adeoye Presents: Inspiring Change Conference 5th Edition

    Women entrepreneurs, corporate and business executives,  and aspiring Boss Babes!  The Inspiring Change Conference is back! Queens, this is NOT a conference you can afford to miss. The inspiring change conference is designed to not Just motivate you to maximize your potential and fulfill your dreams, it is also designed to provide practical information and access to the tools and the mentorship you need to step out and build your future. Hosted by Sunmbo Adeoye of ESOB events, Women speakers from all sectors of the economy will be speaking and be available to answer your questions. The main Guest speaker for the day is Pastor Nike Adeyemi Of Daystar christian…