Osi Elame (Contents & Operations Director, BYJOLAA) relays the message of what being black means to him through ‘Mother Nature’.
‘…We had a deal! We had a freaking deal, Adi you dimwit, and you dying on me is not a part of that deal! So, you better wake up before I smack the life out of you…’. Bernice was clearly distraught; this was the love of her life lying in front of her on life … Continue reading ADRIAN’S LANE: The Conclusion
If you had a choice between a rock and a hard place when it came to love, what would it be? Osi Elame tells the story of a tough decision to make in love, with 'Adrian's lane'.
By Glory Ayara Let it sink that this object is nothing but mere metal, sourced from the ground and carefully crafted by the hands of more metal. So as much as we crave these metallic objects so do, we crave the ground. When you look at it this way, it reduces to nothingness. In a … Continue reading I WAN BUY BENZ
Article by Glory Ayara It is often assumed that being black inherently indicates ignorance, an unwillingness to acquire knowledge. A popular saying, one I heard quite often when growing up was: “if you want to hide from an African hide it in a book”. Truthfully, this has led many Nigerians to associate illiteracy with everything … Continue reading IGNORANCE IS BLISS | BLACK HISTORY MONTH | SERIES #2