1. African Folklore

    Folklore music genre varies from culture to culture. The African folklore music dates back as far as time.

    In determining whether a piece of music is of the folklore genre, performers and enthusiasts would probably agree on several criteria ranging from mode of performance or rendition, patterns of transmission and delivery to its origins.

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  2. The Enlightened Africa

    Africa, the lands striped of itself and yet still stands; the land that has experienced varying degrees of humiliation and plunder but still remains resilient; the land where experiences of pain have been turned into something even more phenomenal.

    You see, Africa has had its own fair share of wars, ills, slave trades, and tragedy, but her people! Oh! Her people, have yet gathered themselves, heads held high; to stand, to build, to conquer!

    The unique strength of this land, takes survival to a whole new level. You have to have experienced the highest level of pain, to have reached the enviable level of enlightenment and freedom, that Africans display.

    A people of different languages, cultures, religious beliefs, held together by a stoic faith in each other that defies reasoning!

    We see it in Ghana, Zambia, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Ivory Coast, and other countries. It’s visible and undeniable!

    Our unique heritage, is second to none, e

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  3. Africa, Game of Thrones and lessons learned

    Season 8, Episode 3 of the globally acclaimed Game of Thrones brings to mind the struggles and fights which African countries have had to face.


    As jaw-dropping as this episode is, the fact that the Dothrakis, the Unsullied, the Mother of dragons, the people of Winterfell, young and old came together and with one voice, and defeated a common enemy in one fell swoop, changes the narrative of this season. Moral of the story is: You can never go wrong with defeating your enemy while ignoring the negative narratives.

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