2. kenturah:

    Meditation I (2014)
    Meet @msadjei. We became friends while I was living in Ghana earlier this year, thanks to @oseiduro. I was struck by her demeanor, the sound of her voice, and those cheekbones! I was already working with this Audre Lorde quote for my mural in Accra, “I AM DELIBERATE AND AFRAID OF NOTHING.” Learning about all the interesting things Maame was doing convinced me to also do a portrait of her using this text. #portraitprofile #narrativesandmeditations #writing #papillion

    (via msadjei)

  3. msadjei:

    Saturday greens, blues and yellows. It’s so beautiful outside. #happy

  4. moderntoss:

    An elite portion of an independent Scotland would no longer be eligible to appear in this book… 


    (Source: moderntoss.com)


  5. floormouth:

    my grandmother took blue and white flowers to my grandpa’s grave today. he would be so proud of scotland even just getting to this point nevermind what the outcome is tomorrow. I don’t know if any of you are scottish/of voting age but if you have a vote tomorrow I urge you to vote yes. we have a…

    Good luck

  6. (Source: melapetal, via eevveeyy)


  8. Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor Linked To South African Arms Smuggling


    Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor Linked To South African Arms Smuggling

    PM News is reporting that Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor kind of sponsored the arm smuggling from South Africa. Read the report below:

    Ayo Oritsejafor

    Christian Association of Nigeria President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor has been linked to the arms smuggling jet caught by South African authorities on Monday 15 September.

    Online news platform, SaharaReporters claims that investigations have linked the flamboyant pastor who…

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  9. saharareporters:

    Nigerian Immigrants Seek Asylum Under Harsh Conditions In South Africa

    Watch this exclusive video of how SaharaTV’s crew went behind the scenes in South Africa to cover the plight of Nigerian immigrants seeking asylum under harsh conditions in Pretoria, South Africa.


    Nice. i hear the Kenyans are even worse in their treatment. Can y’all go there next?