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Oluwatosin Adeshokan

18 Mar 2018
In Matanzas, Cuba, some children play around, usually oscillating between two languages - Spanish and another they call Lucumi. Save for some differences, Lucumi is our own Nigerian Yoruba. The people that speak Lucumi are the Lucumi people - the descendants of people taken away from Nigeria by way of Badagry to the Americas. But…
26 Feb 2018
Late night television in America evolved from interviews with famous celebrities to unserious discourse about the state of the country and the politics of it. Today, this space is populated by satirical hosts like Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Trevor Noah. But in Nigeria, that evolution did not happen and the space is unoccupied. The…

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