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The Soundtrack of 1997

By on April 30, 2007

1997 was without a doubt an interesting year on many levels… and writing this, I find it hard to believe that it was ten…

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May I recommend

By on April 30, 2007

I have often wondered why it is called the National Geographic considering that it is so much more than national in its…

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1000 days at sea

By on April 23, 2007

Photo appears courtesy of TheOceans.NetTake a man, a woman, a boat and the open sea and what do you get – Reid Stowe and…

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We the people…

By on April 19, 2007

We pray for protection We hope for peace We advocate for changeWe demand for justiceWe plead for understandingWe beg for mercyWe ask for toleranceWe…

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No! It’s not alright

By on April 14, 2007

This past week in the US, there were heated debates everywhere you turned and the source of contention was a remark which some referred…

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Welcome to the World!

By on April 12, 2007

Special Congratulations to Solomonsdyelle and her family on the arrival of a new special little one. Read the birth announcement hereAt times like this…

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May I introduce…

By on April 9, 2007

A dose of fictional writing by Jola Naibi is now available at La Racontrice. Please take a peek whenever you have a moment.

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American Idol – the Anglophone West Africa version

By on April 3, 2007

ANGLOPHONE WEST AFRICA VERSIONBella Naija has been doing an excellent job of keeping folks updated on the Idols -West Africa …I must admit that…

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A Patchwork of Color

By on March 28, 2007

Whenever I think of our Creator, I am deeply humbled because He made us so alike yet so different. Planet Earth is beautiful because…

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May I recommend…

By on March 22, 2007

If you happen to be in Lagos on Sunday March 25, may I recommend that you catch a play – Naija style. (Allow me…

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Giant Strides then Baby Steps

By on March 15, 2007

The health statistics in sub-Saharan Africa continue to remain bleak. Still the sub-continent which is home to some of the world’s poorest has made…

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In a Land of Plenty

By on March 7, 2007

© Akintunde AkinleyeThe photo above by Akintunde Akinleye of Nigeria was one of the winners of the 2006 PhotoShare* Photo Contest. The description of…

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The Full Time Job

By on March 1, 2007

Attention! All mothers who work inside or outside of the home…in case anyone would like you to think differently, that job that you have…

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Of NIPOST and Mail

By on February 22, 2007

That should actually read international mail. This is a mini-vent from me on how frustrating it is to send regular mail to Nigeria.I remember…

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Tag you’re it!!!

By on February 15, 2007

laspapi tagged me and I would like to return the favor to Babs of Babs’ House, Ayoola and Ore . At first, I thought…

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Jola Naibi

Writer and amateur photog. I seek to inspire and inform with the words I write and share and the photos I take. I have written a book of short stories: Terra Cotta Beauty, and I am working on a lot more. Reading and writing fuel my energy. In reading, I explore this vast and diverse world, in writing, I employ my over-active imagination and address the 'what-if' questions that life often throws at us.

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