• FOR US BY US: ARISE O COMPATRIOTS IN THE DIASPORA, NIGERIA IS CALLING

    For The NATIVE Magazine's ‘For Us By Us’ series, I wrote an op-ed piece aimed at the Nigerian Diaspora across the globe to play their part in championing continental Nigerians in protesting for change. #EndSARS

  • Afronation, Anti-Blackness & The Black Christian Community

    August 2019 saw the launch of the world's first ever Afrobeats Festival and I decided to write about the Black Christian Community's unsupportive response to this history-making event.

  • REEL HONEY: WHAT GURINDER CHADHA TAUGHT ME

    Gurinder Chadha is one of my favourite film directors and I had the opportunity to write about her impact on my love for film. 

  • STYLIST MAGAZINE: SOLO TRAVELLING AS AN INTROVERT

    I wrote for Stylist Magazine about solo travelling and why it's perfectly suited for introverts.

  • GLAMOUR MAGAZINE: FIVE EMPOWERING LESSONS

    Black Panther for many reasons was a highly anticipated Marvel Film and I wrote about my 5 top lessons I took away from it for Glamour Magazine.

  • THE GUARDIAN: BLACK PANTHER CHALLENGE CAMPAIGN

    Black Panther Challenge was started by Frederick Joseph and I had the opportunity to interview him for The Guardian.

  • ART UK: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY

    I wrote about International Women's Day for Art UK.

  • BLACK BALLAD: BLACK PRIDE

    I had the opportunity to attend the Black Panther UK Premiere and I wrote about how much Pride it gave me as a Nigerian-British woman being in a room full of other Black British creatives, watching something for our community.

  • ART UK: EXPLORING NOTTINGHAM THROUGH PAINTINGS

    Having lived in Nottingham for almost 6 years I've played with the idea of moving. Back to London, to another city and to another country even. Whilst I'm unsure of whether l'll still be living here this time next year, I decided to take the time to explore the city I'm calling home, through paintings.

  • ARTUK: NIGERIA'S MEN AND THEIR FIGHT FOR CHANGE

    I wrote for ArtUK about Nigeria's Men and the fight for Change, inspired by two paintings of journalist Dele Giwa and Wole Soyinka's character, Lakunle.

  • BLACKBALLADUK: GIRLS TRIP AND FEMALE FRIENDSHIPS

    I wrote a review of Girls Trip for BlackBalladUK, from a personal perspective, reflecting on the friendships in my life and the importance of them.

  • MEDIA DIVERSIFIED/BFI: DAUGHTER'S OF THE DUST REVIEW

    I wrote a review for Media Diversified/BFI about the re-release of Julie Dash's critically acclaimed film, Daughters of the Dust.

  • GAL-DEM: VICEROY'S HOUSE REVIEW

    I got the opportunity to go to a private press screening of a film by one of my favourite Directors, Gurinder Chadha and I wrote about it for gal-dem.

  • GAL-DEM: POLICING OF BLACK HAIR IN SCHOOLS

    I wrote this for gal-dem after a student in Kent was told by her teacher to take her braids out. I interviewed her mum and spoke to the headteacher about the anti-blackness embedded in the school rules. 

  • GAL-DEM: RESPECTABILITY POLITICS AND THE DIASPORA

    I wrote this for gal-dem after I went to a staff BBQ one weekend which made me think about my Britishness and my blackness.

  • GAL-DEM: LEMONADE OPINION PIECE

    Beyonce's 2016 Album, Lemonade had a big impact on how I saw myself from a non-biblical perspective. It inspired me to continue to be be the unapologetic, loud and creative woman that I am and to continue to bask in all my black girl magic. So. I decided to write about it for the awesome gal-dem magazine. 

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