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24 Mar 2019
In August 2018, Editi Effiong Founder of Anakle, a digital marketing agency, published a powerful article on Medium, titled “Manage It Like That (MILT)” a brilliant piece on our general complicity as citizens in self-imposed mediocrity. From builders, to mechanics to tailors who do shoddy work and with nonchalance say ‘Oga manage it like that”.…
21 Dec 2018
The UpNorth film premiere was a novelty in itself as it displayed a theme that is new to most people. The theme for the evening, “Bring Out Your North” was explored to the hilt. The premiere was held at Filmhouse Cinema IMAX Lekki on Sunday 16 September 2018. The air was all Northern. The Cultural…
10 Jan 2018
“The secret to business success is good sleep”. I don’t know if maybe that is already a quote somewhere from a great businessman or philosopher...
23 Oct 2017
After Chude Jideonwo’s thoughtful review of Anakle’s work with Wikipedia on the “Things Come Together” short film/ad, my dear friend Saratu Abiola’s advice was that I write a ‘director’s cut’ for how the film came to be. I am usually reluctant to do this kind of thing, but I am learning to take advice, so…

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