Money | Boyhood | Community Talent: Daniel Pinto (@nahimblase) Ibrahim Kargbo (@ikrgb0) Isaac Baah (@iamisaacbaah) Lu Verite (@luverite_) Photography: Victoria R long (@vickyrlongphoto) Studio: Your.ldn (@yourldn.studio) Produced by: For Her Musings © for Inner Dive Tv (@innerdivetv) and New Wave Magazine (@nwavemagazine) Part one – The Basketball Match Four high-school senior boys organise a basketball …

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For Her Musings x Journal Of Creative Pursuit – Full Featurette

Model Funmi Olagunju Reclaims Her Voice Through Writing “All the connections I’ve had and all the conversations, have helped me see myself as more than just a model. I’m trying to be true to who I am.” “Visibility and accountability are important in allowing people to show off their talents” “As a writer I have …

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Sleeping Through 2020: 5 Things I Wish I’d Done Sooner

Hello you, yes you! I’m about to breakdown some things I would have done differently had I been shown a crystal ball in 2019. Enjoy! 1, Online Dating?! Apocalypsing – the term used to describe treating every relationship like it’s your last due to a feeling of impending doom via a global health crisis. Plain …

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Scarface Woke Me Up from My ’80s Dream

In 1981 America was in the middle of an economic recession and the reputation of greed by stockbrokers and real estate moguls superseded the technology and motoring innovations happening for most of the decade. In 1982 the double-digit inflation scares were being mitigated cautiously and so unemployment declined from 11 percent to 8 percent, slowly …

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SARS Is Nothing New In Nigeria’s History Of Police Brutality

“A power hungry class of army arrangements Stealing money in my country’s plight A soldier pretending to be a politician” (Nneka, Singer) It is becoming apparent that the troubles in certain parts of the world are no longer a “They” problem but an “Us” problem. Just for clarification I’m not talking about the SARS pandemic but …

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Hair Extensions (Nature Reminds Us Of Who We Are)

The reason I woke up each day during my adolescent youth especially through the university hustle was because of the battle I had with my hair. I can fondly recount showing up to my lecture with a wig down to my shoulders and then with a buzz-cut in the next day’s tutorial session. Ahh fun …

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The Nurse Without Borders: A Conversation With My Grandfather

Picture-perfect Lagos with its bustling city markets, ear-aching honking of cars in deep traffic, the sweet dense air and ‘honest’ exchanges on the street. Nothing’s changed. Life swept by in a flash whilst in my uncle’s car, except when we arrived at the place which I call home, for a moment everything seemed still. All …

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