Kiye: March 8th 2022

To mark International Women’s Month, which also co-incides with our own marking of (O)gelede festival, both of which commemorate the achievements, power and potential of women, mothers and femininity, motherhood, the nurturing and the cautioning – this year, the kiye is done by Jebujene’s editor, Dele Meiji, and we hope to invite others to do …

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The half-truths and painful pasts of the Riviera in Bilbao – By Maimouna Jallow

A constant throng of people flows down the wide stone walkway of the Riviera. Walkers. Joggers. Strollers. In pairs. In threes. Alone. There’s one woman with long green hair and lots of people wearing white trainers. In fact, I calculate that out of every 10, about seven wear white sports shoes. Nike. Converse. Adidas. Others … Continue reading The half-truths and painful pasts of the Riviera in Bilbao – By Maimouna Jallow

The New & Necessary Fundamentalisms: Rough Notes on political action and negotiation for the good life, globally, in the 21st Century

The New & Necessary Fundamentalisms: Rough Notes on political action and negotiation for the good life, globally, in the 21st Century This note means to be brief, the central purpose of it is to articulate this, globally speaking in our understanding of the basis for our political life beyond economics we are at an impasse … Continue reading The New & Necessary Fundamentalisms: Rough Notes on political action and negotiation for the good life, globally, in the 21st Century

But I Fled The UK At The First Opportunity In the Spring of 2021, I resigned from my job, gave up my flat and put my belongings in storage, with a view to spending time with my parents in France. Prior to March 2020, I had been a regular on the Luton Airport to Geneva … Continue reading

“Chineke! Works new life into historic Woolwich”

Chineke! The UK’s first all-black classical music ensemble, alongside National Youth Jazz Orchestra and Punchdrunk theatre who have notoriety for their cutting edge theatre, as well as the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair are set to breathe new life into one of London’s most historic districts; Woolwich, an old part of London’s industrial heartland is set … Continue reading “Chineke! Works new life into historic Woolwich”

An analysis of some provisions of some provisions of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution in Relationship with End of Life Care

The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has entrenched in its provisions laws relating to fundamental human rights in sections 33 to 46 of Chapter Four.These fundamental human rights stand above the ordinary laws of the land. Section 34(1) of the Nigeria Constitution states that “every Nigerian individual is entitled to respect for the … Continue reading An analysis of some provisions of some provisions of the 1999 Nigerian Constitution in Relationship with End of Life Care

These days, the biggest musicians do not need political money – Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

These days, the biggest musicians do not need political money; 100 million streams across the Global streaming platforms is enough income. There is also the side gig of performances at corporate events or at personal parties. These guys would hardly record a song endorsing a candidate. But that’s just the biggest singers. Every other space … Continue reading These days, the biggest musicians do not need political money – Oris Aigbokhaevbolo