Livelihood Project – Creatives ‘wade through waters’ for Social Intervention

…the large expanse of water, creeks and swamp were all as beautiful as they were scary …’ Afeso Akanbi Documentary film maker and social activist, Afeso Akanbi was recently seen ‘wading through the waters’ in a quest for social intervention, and of course, in search of a good story. In his words, ‘In a quest to reach out to kids like those at the CRARN … Continue reading Livelihood Project – Creatives ‘wade through waters’ for Social Intervention

African Stories: Ososo, an Oasis – A documentary by Doppler Films

In April 2021, we received an invitation to join Alfred Peters, a technocrat and native of Ososo, in an expedition to the land of Ososo, a scenic town of streams and rocks caught in-between the beautiful undulating Somorika hills of Akoko-Edo LGA of Edo State, Nigeria. In this documentary, we relate our experience. – Afeso Akanbi (Writer&Documentary Filmmaker)Doppler Effect FilmsAn Alumnus Of The South Gate … Continue reading African Stories: Ososo, an Oasis – A documentary by Doppler Films

African Talents: Meet Mooya Musunga, an Ace Choreographer from Zambia

20-year-old Mooya Musunga is a choreographer and video star who has gained fame for his TikTok account, which he launched in March 2020. His original choreography to popular songs have helped him amass more than 1.9 million followers. His August 2020 TikTok dance to the Nick Thompson and OG Ty song “Hot Girl Summer” has gained more than 1.5 million views. He also shares his … Continue reading African Talents: Meet Mooya Musunga, an Ace Choreographer from Zambia

Olakunle Sorinyan

[VIDEO] ‘The Demons We Made’ – Olakunle Sorinyan analyzes the place of ‘hoodlums’ in the current situation in Nigeria

Renowned Iconoclast, Global Thought Leader, Life Strategist. and Culture-Shaper, Olakunle Sorinyan, recently gave an analysis of the current uproar in Nigeria. The uproar which began when the erstwhile peaceful protest was taken over by hoodlums in reaction to the Lekki shootings/ carnage by soldiers last Tuesday, has led to looting and massive destruction of public infrastructures and properties. During the session, which held on Instagram … Continue reading [VIDEO] ‘The Demons We Made’ – Olakunle Sorinyan analyzes the place of ‘hoodlums’ in the current situation in Nigeria

Home Made Beef Suya by Olaoluwa Jeje, Men Who Cook Africa

We always thought cooking, good cooking, was exclusive to women, until we ran into some amazing male professionals who cook so well that they could easily pass for chefs. One of such amazing cooks is Olaoluwa Jeje, an entrepreneur, food journalist and amateur cookist. “I cooked since my mother’s kitchen.” Olaoluwa enthused. Olaoluwa Jeje is also the founder and coordinator of Men Who Cook Africa, … Continue reading Home Made Beef Suya by Olaoluwa Jeje, Men Who Cook Africa

[VIDEO] Exit Classes in Secondary schools to resume on 4th August. Are we set for this? – Taiwo Alalade on TVC News

The Federal Government of Nigeria has given the directive for exit classes to resume on August 4, amidst concerns about the health and safety of the students and teachers, to enable them write their final examinations. This followed the issuing of Guidelines for the reopening of schools. However, in the face of the economic realities in various affected quarters, are we really prepared for this? … Continue reading [VIDEO] Exit Classes in Secondary schools to resume on 4th August. Are we set for this? – Taiwo Alalade on TVC News

Watch ‘To “Take Dominion” Not A Licence To Kill’ – a Documentary on Child Molestation for Witchcraft in Africa

There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children”–Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa The time for a thorough and an adequate response to the issue of child abuse in Nigeria is now! Apart from the urgent need for the regulation of religious activities in this country, the government must now understand that no … Continue reading Watch ‘To “Take Dominion” Not A Licence To Kill’ – a Documentary on Child Molestation for Witchcraft in Africa

Our 2018 In Review. Thanks For Your Business.

So it’s 2019! We are grateful to God for the new year. This short recap (video) is to say a big ‘Thank you’ to all our clients for making our 2018 worthwhile. Thank you for your business. We anticipate a bigger and better 2019 (especially now that our service unit has been ‘adopted’ by— (please look forward to the big news on our new partnership). … Continue reading Our 2018 In Review. Thanks For Your Business.

News: How NLC’s Picketing of MTN Violated Global ILO Rule

The violence that characterized the three-day picketing of MTN Nigeria by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) attracted condemnation from several quarters, especially from industry watchers, Nigerian workers, and affected MTN staff. Now, it has emerged that the destruction of MTN assets, violence and threats violate an important section of the International Labour Organization ethics of which the NLC is a member. Founded in 1919, the … Continue reading News: How NLC’s Picketing of MTN Violated Global ILO Rule