Africa is ____

Africa is beyond a geographical expression or a location on a map
Africa is beyond statistics and figures
Africa is beyond what the media reports
Africa is you and me
It is home, no matter how far away you go,
No matter how long it has been.
Africa is the place of our beginnings, and
The setting of our intricate plots
Africa is diversity and vibrance in
A spectrum of colors and many shades of beauty
Africa is warmth and tradition and hope
Africa is perseverance and an unbreakable spirit
Africa is familiar and where the heart lies
Africa is rainforests and deserts, savannahs and tropics
It is gold, diamond, coal and all sorts of other precious things
With its people as the most precious of all
It is history and the future all at once
And there is no time like today
To be Africans for Africa.

                                                                               JUDITH HASSAN


90 thoughts on “Africa is ____

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  3. October 1st final yr, on the US Intelligence assume-tank web site, the
    Council of International Relations (CFR), an professional
    on Nigeria, Jacob Zenn writing for former Ambassador John Campbell
    acknowledged imposter movies of Boko Haram chief Shekau.

    His phrases, “In the August video, the potential look-alike’s message was just like Shekau’s, nevertheless, together with threats to Obama, Hollande, and Netanyahu.”

    On Could twenty ninth of 2013 Abubakar Shekau was mentioned by France media,
    to have launched a video during which he ‘supported the massacre
    at a Nigerian college.’ The stated video was by no means launched however a nonetheless picture from the
    video, seen on the Yahoo hosted information hyperlink under was clearly a Photoshop fabrication, supporting proof that imposter movies of Shekau had
    been the brand new norm:

    There have been no new movies of Boko Haram chief, Abubakar Shekau which have been launched by the
    same old channels to Nigeria’s media used previous to his said loss of life.
    All new purported movies have surprisingly
    come from a single supply, France information, and have been launched as 10 second
    clips, typically of previous movies with superimposed vocals.
    One which was launched in August, which was decided faux, had
    a quite chubby ‘Shekau’ shortly chew his stick as a
    form of proof, after Nigeria’s safety division had offered its conclusions that a
    prior launch was faux as a result of amongst different issues, Shekau didn’t chew his stick.
    It was likewise only a ten second clip.

    The newest video mentioned to have been launched by the identical overseas
    media this February twentieth by which the cult chief was mentioned to have threatened two Nigeria former president’s, Muhammadu
    Buhari and Ibrahim Babangida, the Shehu of Borno, Emir of Kano and Nigeria’s refineries got here
    from the identical single French media supply and once more, two days after, the purported video
    has once more not been launched to the general public.

    The Nigerian media has been fairly unprofessional in relaying messages of alleged movies with out first acquiring copies of the
    movies to affirm their authenticity. With
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    precise movies if existent are often by no means even launched and
    mischievous misinformation that threatens the sovereignty
    and safety of Nigeria are simply redistributed for no matter causes.

    Shekau loyalists could also be at the top of transmitting these faux movies and Photoshop photographs to international media.

    Sadly we can’t depend on international media to work in the perfect curiosity
    of Nigeria, vetting and scrutinizing precise or purported movies.
    They too search relevance and publicity hits. The responsibility
    to clear up the Nigerian media sphere is that of our indigenous media who must take a minute longer to
    crosscheck reviews earlier than releasing these. Each
    error prices lives.

    Boko Haram is a critical and actual risk, nonetheless media should watch
    out to not fall into the palms of brokers each native and overseas who might not have
    Nigeria’s finest curiosity at coronary heart.
    Important to combating the risk of terrorism just isn’t solely financial and
    army approaches, however the media position in cautious dissemination of factual data that doesn’t additional the
    reason for the terrorists.

    It was famous that throughout the latest assaults
    on Bama and Izghe, a number of main world media reported the assaults which claimed principally Muslim lives, as an assault on a ‘Christian farming village that killed dozens of Christians.’ This harmful misrepresentation of the info
    of the assault, which had been later corrected by
    correct experiences from the bottom and state governor, represent a menace to Nigeria and careless
    provocation towards ethnic tension. Useless victims are lifeless innocent victims, and
    killers are killers. Counting the lifeless by religious markers
    just isn’t a matter of reports for civilized people and worse but
    shouldn’t be misreported as occurred. Nigeria’s media should watch this,
    not for use as instruments.

    So far as Nigeria is anxious, Abubakar Shekau is useless or indisposed.

    If he continues to be alive, we problem him to provide a ten minute, clear video by
    which he walks, gestures and talks, as he used to do previous to stories of his
    demise earlier final 12 months. Shekau must also launch this video to a number
    of sources in its authentic type and never
    by a single overseas channel.

    The Nigerian authorities should take the risk of Boko Haram terrorism significantly.

    In Could of 2012, the Jonathan authorities promised to launch the listing of Boko Haram sponsors.
    This needs to be executed instantly if the security and safety
    of Nigerian residents and army women and men is a authorities precedence.
    Nigeria’s public wants and calls for often up to date listing of
    sponsors of terror and wished terrorists. Often the few suspect names ever identified are these launched by international
    intel. That is terribly fallacious.

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    it upon itself to meet its duties not simply in pursuing terrorists and their sponsors, however in correctly, promptly and adequately informing
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    audited buy of navy tools as it’s now evident that
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    effectively. The persons are dropping religion within the capability of
    the federal government to guard life as was acknowledged once more by the Shehu of Bama.
    A whole lot of lives are being massacred, girls raped and houses and companies burned as Boko
    Haram terrorists ravage our border towns
    patiently in operations that final so long as eight hours, just like the current one
    at Bama and Izghe.

  4. I find her works (at least the ones I’ve read) to be painfully and charmingly
    honest. Her two books ( Half of a Yellow Sun, Purple Hibiscus) are centered around people and their relationships during the Biafran War.
    Lately she seems to have turned her focus to writing short stories and
    articles for various papers.

    Here’s a site dedicated to her and her works :
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gonorrhea(m):3:48pm On Jul 30,
    2008Yeah she is really good
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gamine(f):3:50pm On Jul 30, 2008missus

    who exactly are you asking

    we all know her and she is pretty good
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Feministic(f):4:11pm On Jul 30,
    2008Ah? Well I am new here and not really sure who “everyone” knows

    I’m a huge fan of “My Mother, the Crazy African”
    , anyone else have any favorites?
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gamine(f):4:15pm On Jul 30,
    2008Purple Hibiscus is all ive read and i liked it.

    Someone owes me the yellow sun, but he absconded with it
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Feministic(f):4:44pm On Jul 30, 2008Ugh, don’t you hate
    when people never return books that you reallllllllllly
    wanna read? I wish there was a penalty for such things,

    So how did you feel about Purple Hibiscus?
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gamine(f):4:46pm
    On Jul 30, 2008Dont mind the guy, he actually was to send it through someone, but right now
    hes not on speaking terms
    with the person.

    I liked it the hibiscus

    its in the simplistic tone i adore.

    i could read it again and again.

    the end wasnt expected, but i knew something was building up from the beginning
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Feministic(f):4:56pm On Jul 30, 2008Yes, the end was unexpected yet lacked the annoying “suddenness” that most unexpected endings have, since things were building up for quite a

    I think that it reflected the theme of hopelessness and boundaries in our country.
    Her father’s relationship with her grandfather, her fathers thirst for control
    due to his fear and love for her, and her aunty’s choice or whether to stay or leave were all excellent
    portrayals of this in my opinion.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by SMC(f):4:57pm On Jul 30, 2008Feministic:

    Has anyone else heard of this author? I find her works
    (at least the ones I’ve read) to be painfully
    and charmingly honest. Her two books ( Half of a
    Yellow Sun, Purple Hibiscus) are centered around people and their relationships during the Biafran War.
    Lately she seems to have turned her focus to writing short stories and
    articles for various papers.

    Here’s a site dedicated to her and her works :

    Hello and welcome to the literature section. Since you are
    new here, I’ll like to give you some advice. If you are unsure about there being a thread regarding a topic you want to
    create a thread for, first of all do a search (the google search engine can be found at the bottom of any of the child boards or any page of Nairaland).
    The button is the default selection. This way,
    you will be able to see what has been posted regarding the
    topic you are interested in. If there is nothing relevant, then proceed with creating your thread.
    This way, we can all avoid repititive threads.

    As it is, there are quite a number of threads on Chimamanda.
    See the following –

    So, as you can see, there are many posts on Chimamanda and her works.
    These threads pasted above are not the only ones.
    There are many other threads in which she features.

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Feministic(f):4:59pm On Jul 30, 2008Wow, that is a lot

    and I will be sure to do that next time, thanks for the advice
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gamine(f):5:00pm On Jul 30, 2008lol

    tried to tell ya
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Feministic(f):5:09pm On Jul 30,
    yea i tried scanning the first couple of pages but that looks,

    the search functions seems easier to use, though
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Gamine(f):5:12pm On Jul 30,
    2008sure is

    te hehehe
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by StephenP(m):7:53pm On Jul 30, 2008I loved Half Of A Yellow Sun and Purple Hibiscus.
    But that’s all I’ve read from her.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by SMC(f):8:02pm
    On Jul 30, 2008StephenP:

    I loved Half Of A Yellow Sun and Purple Hibiscus.

    But that’s all I’ve read from her.

    Those are the only books she has written so far. The other things she has
    written are short stories/essays.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:6:55am On Jul 31, 2008

    Is she married or hooked up? i need a wife and she must
    be an author. The Adichie’s are prolific writers. Her
    father(JN Adichie) is a statistics professor in UNN
    and has written many books used all over the world.

    The daughter is more popular because of art, google JN Adichie and you’ll find out that he deserves
    more award that his daughter.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:7:04am On Jul 31, 2008The Writing Life(From washington Post)
    A novelist remembers the desks — including her father’s — where
    she learned to write.

    By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
    Sunday, June 17, 2007; Page BW11

    In 1982, my father was appointed deputy vice chancellor of the University of Nigeria at
    Nsukka and assigned a new two- story house, number 305 on Marguerite Cartwright Avenue:
    graveled, landscaped, bright with red hibiscuses and green whistling pines.
    It had a shed at the entrance for the security guards; I would come to know one of them
    well, the gentle, ashy-skinned Vincent who slept through hot
    afternoons and told Igbo folk stories that involved a call and response.
    Our first day at the house, we looked at the parlor and kitchen and when it was time to go upstairs, I began to cry because the stairs were endless, insurmountably high and gleaming a deep
    burgundy. I refused to climb. I was 5 years old.
    Finally, my sister Uche held my hand, and we took it one step at a time until we
    got to the top. Weeks later, I was dashing up those stairs, whooping and sliding on a pillow
    down the banister with my brothers Okey and Kenechukwu.

    I shared with them the biggest room upstairs; it had three beds,
    dressers, a wardrobe. It did not have a desk. It led out to
    a veranda where we played paper dolls, where I read Enid Blyton, where I skulked and watched
    the boy next door. The veranda had a second door that led to the study, my father’s dusty lair,
    lined with shelves of statistics journals, and dominated by the large desk with a green place-name that said “Professor J N Adichie” placed at the center amid files, books, paper clips, pens and, at the farthest corner, the black rotary phone.
    I wonder now why the phone was kept in the study instead of,
    say, the passage downstairs, but it was, and throughout
    secondary school I had uncomfortable conversations with friends while
    my father sat there marking student assignments. Parts of the desk were
    so dusty I wrote down phone numbers with my finger. Or I just doodled.
    I wrote my first “book” at 10, on that desk, in an exercise notebook,
    titled “The Hopscoths.”

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Teller of Tales

    Chinua Achebe and his family lived in Number 305 before we moved in. I realize
    now what an interesting coincidence it is that I grew up in a house previously occupied by the
    writer whose work is most important to me. There must have been literary spirits in the bathroom
    upstairs, which was larger and airier than the one downstairs,
    with a stately white tub that my mother complained was never cleaned well enough;
    I often got story ideas after taking bucket
    baths in it. But the only manifest Achebe legacy was on a window ledge in the
    dining room, scratch-written in the childish hand of his daughter:
    “Nwando Achebe.” That window looked out to the backyard,
    to the avocado tree that had watery fruit and
    the guava tree on which chickens were tied before they were killed for lunch and the mango tree that fed the bats
    that lived in our roof.

    I wrote at the dining table when I could not
    use my father’s desk because he was working or because a sibling was
    on the phone. The table, light green and long, was the family dumping ground — of newspapers, university circulars, wedding invitations, bananas or
    groundnuts bought on the way home — and the tiny ants that lived underneath it appeared after breakfast to crowd around bits of sugar or bread.
    I always cleared a space for myself at one end, opposite the grand old wood-paneled air conditioner, used so rarely
    that a puff of dust always burst out before cool air followed.
    It was noisy and, during birthdays when the parlor
    was filled with friends and food, graduations, baby showers for my sisters, the celebratory
    party when my mother was appointed registrar, there
    was always a loud vacuum-like sound of the air conditioner in the background.

    My brothers and I had separate rooms after our
    older siblings left home. Mine had a girlish table where I displayed my lotions and brown powder.

    It still did not have a desk.

    In 1997, I left home to attend college in America.
    When I returned four years later with the final page proofs of my
    first novel, my parents had put a desk in my room.
    It was square and sturdy, and I spread out
    my page proofs and edited and marked them there. Two years later, when I returned to
    work on my second novel, my parents had installed an air conditioner;
    the lights blinked when I turned it on. I transcribed interviews and edited old writing at the dining table or at my father’s desk in the study,
    where new television satellite wires trailed under the door.
    But I wrote only in my room and, from time to time, I would look
    out at the veranda, where years of rain had stained the floor a dull gray.

    Last week, my parents moved out of the house. They are now retired from the
    university, and the house has been assigned to another family.
    As I spoke to them on the phone from my apartment in New Haven, I asked
    ridiculous questions — Did you keep my
    secondary school books? Did you find that doll I lost in primary
    school? — and fought tears. They talked about the hiring of lorries,
    the buying of cartons. They sounded practical and
    calm. How could they not see how momentous this was,
    that we were leaving behind 25 years of our lives. But of
    course they did; they simply are not as much given to drama
    as I am. While they talked about the old furniture they had given out,
    I entertained wild thoughts: I will find a way to become
    fantastically rich and will bribe the university into giving me the house back.

    I hung up thinking about the last time I was in the house, this past summer.
    There was a power failure, and in the pitch
    blackness, I walked from my room, down the stairs,
    into the dining room to find a candle in the cabinet.
    I did not stumble once. ·
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:7:11am On Jul 31, 2008Written 10 years ago.

    On Short Sleeves and the Church
    By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    The new priest at St. Peters Church is dark-skinned and hawk-like.
    After mass, he talks about a woman he refused to let into the church for a wedding because the blouse she wore with her George wrapper did not have a high-enough neckline.

    I was very happy we didnt let her in, he screeches
    with glee, a glee that strikes me as incredibly childlike.

    It does not seem to matter to him that this woman was supposed to
    be a sponsor at the wedding, and that not letting her into the
    church must have ruined the wedding. Then he goes on to say that he will soon have people at
    the entrances of the church, manning the doors, ready to send back any woman in sleeveless shirts.

    He makes these threats often, I learn later – he is on a self-made mission to purify the university community, to stop the jeans
    and short-sleeves the female students have been allowed to get away with.
    I also learn that this new priest refuses communion to women he considers improperly dressed.
    And that, as he walks into the church for mass, he stops to tap at women and ask them
    to leave.

    My reaction – after my incredulity wore itself out – was where
    is the outrage in this university community? My cousin Ujuaku tells me the students were annoyed at
    first but they all have become so used to it that it doesnt bother
    them. And yet Ujuaku makes it a point to sit at the back of the church and never on the edge of the pews because she is afraid he
    might pick on her. Her dresses are long, her
    trousers loose-fitting, but she wears sleeveless shirts.

    The fans are not working, she tells me, and the church is always full.
    It is simply too hot to wear long-sleeves.

    Elitist as this may sound, this priest, and the whole scenario,
    seemed to me odd in a Nigerian university community. But again, the university is changing in other ways – it is a place
    where murder is snaking itself in, where armed robbery is becoming commonplace,
    where people are no longer their brothers keepers.
    And yet the priest day after day, mass after mass, is focused on the clothes women wear.

    After listening to that priest, I could not help wondering who exactly
    is being protected when a middle-aged mother is sent away from church because of her
    blouse – are we protecting the women from themselves? The men from the women? The men from some form of uncontrollable canine-like lust?
    Or are we protecting God from seeing bare female arms?

    Mostly, though, I wonder if this kind of monotonous barrage that
    goes on not just in St Peters Church but in many
    Nigerian churches, this tugging at womens shirtsleeves, is not demeaning to the notion of faith itself, to the idea of an omniscient God.

    That, to me, is the big shame.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by DeepZone:7:39pm On Aug
    03, 2008@Aloy.emeka,
    Keep dreaming. That chic is hooked.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by SMC(f):8:20pm On Aug 03, 2008DeepZone:

    Keep dreaming. That chic is hooked.

    Is she really? To whom? Source? There is a dearth of
    information on her personal life. This is really good.
    Better to have everyone concentrate on her literary skills.

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by DeepZone:8:17am On Aug 04,
    2008Is she really? To whom? Source? There is a dearth of information on her personal life.
    This is really good. Better to have everyone concentrate on her literary skills.

    Before nko, you think she’s this fine and ‘uptite’ and still not hooked?

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:
    11:07am On Aug 04, 2008Na lie, she still dey single dey wait for me.

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Seun(m):11:22pm On Aug 05, 2008 — read some of her shorts on the web;
    they are awesome.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:6:00am On Aug 06, 2008@seun,
    is that your blog? delicious? what a name? sounds like porn site.
    Lots of good stuff there though.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by DeepZone:5:04am On Aug 07, 2008Lmao.

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by Seun(m):3:28pm On Aug 07, 2008Instead of talking about her, let us talk about her stories.
    She’s primarily a writer, afterall, not a celebrity.

    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by MrCrackles(m):3:30pm On Aug 07, 2008Seun:

    Instead of talking about her, let us talk about her stories.
    She’s primarily a writer, afterall, not a celebrity.

    abi oo!
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by DeepZone:2:03am On Aug 08, 2008Instead of talking about
    her, let us talk about her stories. She’s primarily a writer, afterall,
    not a celebrity.

    Oh no, she’s now a celebrity.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by PoDeep(m):7:24am On Aug 08, 2008Haven’t
    read her books. Had an opportunity to do so, once though.
    . .
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:8:09am On Aug 08, 2008Haven’t read her books.
    Had an opportunity to do so, once though.
    You can read them anytime as long as you dont look at her pictures
    lustfully because she’s engaged to me.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by DeepZone:5:33pm On Aug 08, 2008Hmmmm.
    she’s not that hot abeg.
    Re: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie by AloyEmeka9:9:13am On Aug 11, 2008Instead of talking about her, let us talk about her stories.
    She’s primarily a writer, afterall, not a celebrity.

    yOU BLAME US; WETIN WE FOR DO NOW? Na asampete nwanyi oma be that now.

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