The founder and Chief executive, Children and the Environment (CATE), a (not-for-profit-organisation) Sola Arit Alamutu and her collaborator, award winning Travel Journalist and CEO Wakaabout Media, Pelu Awofeso put this video together from the first official clean up campaign
Funke-Treasure talks about herself as a story teller combining two mediums.
I met the Iyalaje of the State of Osun State recently at a high powered conference on transformative leadership for women. She was the soul of the meeting in parts. She spoke more in Yoruba language and continually eulogised the
“Only 4 countries in the world have a higher proportion of women at work than men. All are in Africa: Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda and Burundi”. That was a random tweet I found on my home page on Twitter. I sent
In this video, Funke -Treasure Durodola, a foremost broadcast journalist in Nigeria talks about her new book, Memories of Grandma
“As young Funke earns promotion from Primary Four to Five her parents decide to send her to the rural village to spend her long holidays. It proves to be a life-changing journey in magical discoveries. Funke makes the emotional
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Grandmothers symbolise different things to children. For young Funke, Grandma could never do wrong, Grandma meant travel, variety of traditional meals, entry into the wisdom of the aged, folk tales, songs and an excursion into the strange world of adults,
Funke-Treasure speaks about her debut book, Memories of Grandma. In a world that has increasingly swallowed the African culture in the guise of globalisation, there is a need for books that target a return to African cultural heritage and also