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Muyiwa Kayode

26 Oct 2021
...The submissions for the fifth edition of the Lagos International Festival of Animation (LIFANIMA) have reached 1,105 entries from more than 100 countries, including 17 African countries, says Muyiwa Kayode
27 Apr 2019
For the third year, organisers of Lagos International Festival of Animation (LIFANIMA), a platform that brings Africa’s animation community together...
28 Sep 2018
UPS has assured of its readiness to host the annual Corporate Social Investment Initiative, which aims to empower small and medium enterprises.
13 Aug 2018
This is the last in a three-part series. Branding a nation to greatness involves the successful branding of what I have identified as the 3 Ps. These are People, Places and Products. We must brand ourselves as a people, our cities by way of destination branding, and our products as proudly Nigerian brands.
10 Jun 2018
Over the years, the Nigerian animation industry has been clamouring for support from benevolent individuals, corporate bodies and the government. But such pleas have always received little of no attention as most people see animation as a waste of time and resources.
29 May 2018
Children’s Day got me thinking of just how we have got it wrong with our children. They are completely lost and the result is evident all around us. As a people, we have abandoned our cultural identity and as a nation we have become a laughing stock to the rest of the world.
22 May 2018
It is no longer news that you don’t need to work hard to become rich in Nigeria. There are now many options to work, as a way of becoming rich. Thanks to our brands and their lazy managers. Brand building is now little more than throwing millionaire promos at your customers at least once a year.
20 Mar 2018
When the Lekki Toll Plaza was commissioned about ten years ago, I said the entire project was driven by greed. Today, we see even greater greed in the manic drive for revenues.
20 Feb 2018
As we close in on 2019 and the political players are getting set for another electoral campaign, this is the question we must ask those who seek our mandate to lead this nation.
13 Feb 2018
The cheapest commodity in the world today is advice. It is always readily available for free. Thanks to Google. So why do political leaders appoint numerous special advisers? Like many vocations, the job of the special adviser has become archaic and has long been rendered useless by technology. The only people who don’t realise it…
9 Jan 2018
At the Academy of Branding, we are taught that branding is about keeping your promises. One definition of branding even has it that ‘a brand is a promise kept’. We know that successful brand management depends on consistent credibility.
28 Nov 2017
A video went viral concerning our embassy in London. It shows a protest in front of the embassy by a number of Nigerians. Using a public address system...

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