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Will Our Children (Still) Be Able to Read?

Will Our Children (Still) Be Able to Read?

To abolish illiteracy and maintain a dignified life

The world is adrift in the tides of hunger and desolation. It isn't easy to think about education, or anything else when your children cannot eat. And yet, the sharp attack on education during this past decade forces us to consider the future that young people will inherit.

#Society #Afrocentric #Education

UbuntuFM Radio Africa

UbuntuFM Radio Africa

Music from the continent! 

Music that appeals to different generations, music that connects! Just be with UbuntuFM Africa and you are going to be with the trend of music both locally and internationally. We are One, and so is the music. African music, Marabi, Kwela, Mbaqanga, Traditionals, Kwaito. Jazz, Soul, R&B, Pop, Reggae, Latin, Dance, live recordings, and interviews; are all featured!

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Yemi Alafifuni

Yemi Alafifuni | Hope Alive

Messenger

Yemi Alafifuni is a talented artist with a passion for gospel, pop and R&B. Hailing from Nigeria, this charismatic British singer and songwriter managed to combine stunning melodies with infectious grooves and great beats, in order to create a catchy, yet direct and edgy sound.

#Artists #AfroPop #Christian

UbuntuFM Radio Africa @Spotify

UbuntuFM Radio Africa @Spotify

Music from the continent and beyond!

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M.I Abaga | 'Ashes' (Aluu4)

UbuntuFM Africa | M.I Abaga | 'Ashes' (Aluu4)

Nothing would be worse than for death to mean nothing

The Aluu 4 was a necklace lynching that involved four young men, Ugonna Obuzor, Toku Lloyd, Chiadika Biringa, and Tekena Elkanah, all students of the University of Port Harcourt. They were all lynched after they were falsely accused of theft in Aluu, a community in Ikwerre local government area, Rivers State, Nigeria on 5 October 2012. M.I. Abaga wrote Ashes in response to this tragedy.

#Video #HipHop #Aluu4

SAVING MUNGO PARK

Saving Mungo Park

A humorous take on Mungo Park's arrival to Nigeria

Onyeka Nwelue and Ikenna Chinedu Okeh wrote the book, 'Saving Mungo Park' which is a humorous take on Mungo Park's arrival to the communities around the great river which he was to name River Niger.

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