Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Living in Africa is one of the greatest imagination one can ever appreciate in one’s life time. Black and proud is what someone can ever cave as a motto.
Greatest musician that ever sang a song hit track are black, Black American especially those captured by the so called colonial masters. This captured black are later refers as expatriate.

A Prophet is not will appreciate at home (local player), “home based player”, but widely celebrated outside (foreign player) “international player”. One thing that can never be sideline out of Africa is that of cultural heritage. These are what the foreigner and tourist found interesting most in Africa, Nigeria.

Indeed it caught my attention when I saw late Susanne Wenger a.k.a Olorisaiwinfunke who lived and died in Osogbo Osun State, Nigeria and married to a Nigerian Talking drummer in the quest of finding the source of Osun water, and Mango Park who also died in Nigeria.

Africans and Africa descended have made a numerous innovations, for which they are either not recognized
Daisaku Ikeda, a Japanese write and leader of the International Society for value Creation, a Lay Buddhist organization, has over three decades, said “Africa is the Continent for the Twenty-First Century”. In his work, Human Revolution, he said that the change in one man can change the destiny of a nation, and ultimately of the world. I therefore move the motion that the change you want to see is in the hand of the blacks.

In as much as we continue to live Africans will continue to be celebrated.

Thursday, September 2, 2010


Osun Osogbo festival has come and gone for the good of our cultural heritage, harmonization of our rich culture, am black and proud of my culture, indeed blacks are worth celebrating.
Welcome to my world of cultural festivity Osun 2010.