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Karimot  Reviews Yejide Kilanko’s Daughters Who Walked This Path

Karimot Reviews Yejide Kilanko’s Daughters Who Walked This Path

When the lives of two women from different generations take the same path, the one that navigated the path earlier stretches out her hands to the younger one. This book mirrors the lives of different African women and how society accepts or rejects them as they come to terms with their identity. Yejide Kilanko talks about a young girl, Morayo, who grew up in modern-day Ibadan. The book takes readers through the life of the main character – Morayo –…

Michael Afenfia: Brave In Love & Ashes

Michael Afenfia: Brave in Love & Ashes

I recently saw a promo on TV that made me quite unhappy. The finale of one of my favourite television shows airs on Friday 27th April and I couldn’t help wishing this wasn’t the case. I’ve been a fan of Battleground, showing on Africa Magic Show Case on DSTV since I stumbled on some family members intensely glued to the TV screen watching with glee one evening not long after it premiered last year, I had no choice but to join…