It is the end of yet another school day. As I reminisce the events of earlier today, I refuse to think about math class with Mr Olusegun tomorrow morning. As the last child, Mum deems it fit to bathe me till I turn twenty years-old or a new baby comes along. I only enjoy the … Continue reading Story Time With Abebi
13th June. Beth’s Diary, Entry I: Who: Afizere (Izere) Where: Jos The meeting with the Agwom Kuwop was wonderful, considering the circumstances. I and the gang were still sore from the previous day’s drive. General K is with us as part of the team. Surprisingly, he offered not to charge for the use of his … Continue reading EPISODE VI
Date: 28th April 2018 Time: 1-2:00 PM GMT+1 Location: The Perspective Movement General Body Whatsapp groupchat Some topics to be discussed: Why are certain things considered beautiful, as opposed to others? Did a trend-setter start them? Do certain aspects of beauty conform to this society’s general reasoning? Or do they change these? Are things considered "beautiful" ultimately beneficial … Continue reading April 28th: Aesthetics VS Function
Date: April 21st 2018 Time: 1-2:30 PM GMT+1 Location: ThePerspectiveMovementNG Instagram Live Chat Details: This event is essentially an interactive talk on what beauty has looked like historically in Nigeria, in different tribes and locations, at different times, and within the different genders. How to join the discussion Follow us on Instagram @theperspectivemovement ,and you should receive a … Continue reading April 21st: The Evolution of Beauty in Nigeria
Date: 14th April 2018 Time: 1-2:30 PM GMT+1 Location: The Perspective Movement General Body Whatsapp Groupchat This is the first discussion for this month's theme, "Beauty.'" We look to explore how societal perceptions of beauty in men and women has evolved in Nigeria from pre-colonial times till date. Some topics that will be discussed: Defining … Continue reading April 14th: What is Beauty?
Broken down car on the roadside, Car catches fire on the highway, Stuck while traveling to another state, Help will be coming your way. In Nigeria, help will always come your way As anyone you meet on the street Instantly becomes a brother after you greet And will help you to the best of his … Continue reading Hand In Hand – Mojolaoluwa Oke