Couple of months back, Fela Anikulapo’s protégé and son, Femi Kuti was asked that he wasn’t proactive on social issues as his father was, he replied saying he makes music to let Africans forget about their sorrows not put it in their faces always accept there is need to do so. Guess there is a […]
Join USBACC via teleconference from the comfort of your office for a chit chat with, Mr. Jim Wilson, Senior Coordinator for Trade Promotion and Commercial Affairs Office of Economic and Policy Staff, Bureau of African Affairs United States Department of State. To listen to the teleconference, click here to get instructions. About Mr. Jim Wilson Since […]
Last week, President Obama called for comprehensive immigration reform, including several provisions that could impact African students and graduates. The president’s proposed framework joins a bi-partisan Senate proposal that is currently being debated in the House. Both proposals call for expedited citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, and both would make […]
Documentary Featurette about the culture of greed and corruption in Nigeria articulated through the Fuel Subsidy Scam of 2011. With an interview by Nigerian playwright, Activist and Nobel laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka A film by Ishaya Bako supported by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA).
History of our motherland…birthed in greed and riddled with corruption. The summary of it all in one documentary. A must watch for every true Nigerian and Africans as a whole. You’d be surprised at what you’ll find out. Truly, the beautiful ones are not yet born.