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British Born Deborah Ayorinde Yearns to Work in Nollywood

Deborah Ayorinde is a British Nigerian Television and movie actress most notably known for her role as Candace in Netflix’s 2016 original series Luke Cage. “Girls Trip” boasts a stellar cast that includes Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Hadish, Kate Walsh, Kofi Siriboe among oth Born in London, Ayorinde is of Yoruba descent – she and her

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Tracy Marrow, aka Ice T; Grew up an Orphan after Parents’ Death

Tracy Lauren Marrow is an American musician, rapper, songwriter, actor, record executive, record producer, and author.popularly known by his stage name Ice-T, Born February 16, 1958 in Newark, New Jersey to an African-American father, Solomon and a Creole mother Alice, Marrow had quite a difficult childhood. His father worked as a conveyor belt mechanic when Marrow was a child.The first

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Rising Youth Drug Addiction: Relevance of the Whitney Houston Story

Not so many singers have drawn accolades, warmth, love and uncompromising attention like late pop star Whitney Houston. At a young age, she hit platinum but with fame came a wide assortment of ugly chapters in the singer’s life, chief of which was drug addiction. Houston’s story is an eye-opening reminder of how addiction can affect the life of anyone

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Yeni, Daughter of Afrobeat Legend Fela Kuti, Stays Resilient Amidst Life’s Odds

Omoyeni Anikulapo Kuti, is the daughter of legendary King of classical African music Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Popularly addressed as YK Power, Yeni grew up with a super star father who combined music with activism and fearlessness. Born 1961 in England, she has mixed blood. Her full blooded Nigerian father married the ‘half caste ‘ Remi Taylor. The richness of that

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Germany Commits to Making Up for War Crimes Against South and West Africa

Following the hallowing experience of South and West Africans in the hands of the Germans during the colonial era, Germany is now gearing up to make compensation for the thousands of Africans who were debased. In a recent reception in Hamburg, Germany, Senator Dr Carsten Brosda addressed the atrocities Germany had inflicted on German South and West Africa (now Namibia),

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