Popular Comedian Julius Agwu, His Wife & Sister opens up about his Near Death Brain Tumor Surgeries!

Julius Agwu Talks about his Tumour Surgeries

Popular Nigerian comedian and actor Julius Agwu has been battling a rare illness for some time now. After it was discovered in 2016 that he had three tumours in his brain with one of them the size of a golf ball. Families, Friends and fans were so scared for him. However, with the help of amazing doctors in the US and the support of his family, the Ace comedian had a successful brain operation.

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From Tinder Romance To Tech Media Empire: Meet the Black Millennials Launching The UK’s First Podcast Festival for People of Colour!

In August 2017 the ShoutOut Network will launch ShoutOut Live: The Festival, a podcast festival which celebrates the power of diversity and how new media has allowed people of colour in the UK to reclaim their voices.  The Festival is a celebration of how far the podcast industry in the UK has come, as well as it being a showcase of talented individuals who represent the overarching experience of all people of colour.

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UK Based Education Social Enterprise Uncovers The Hidden History of The Blackamoores: The Africans in Tudor England!

In April 2017 Narrative Eye will be presenting a series of events which aims to educate and inspire people to interact with the hidden yet fascinating history of England.

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Toniaamaka Chrisokere: Which ever way you were born, you are a product of SEX!

A man/woman is a stranger you met. Because he/she is not your biologically related to you.
That is why he/she can not instantly love you like God because they did not create you. Something attracted them to you and may need more to stay that is WHY HUMAN LOVE IS CONDITIONAL.

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Reuben Abati: Dino Melaiye – 'The Making of a Brand'!

It is a sign of the times, and a tragedy that the most popular Senator in the Nigerian National Assembly at this moment is not the person who has moved the most impactful motion, not a lawmaker who has proposed a thought-provoking bill, and certainly not any Senator who has given any impressive speech debating a matter of national importance.

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“If I had to do it all again, baby it will be with you” Funke Akindele’s Message to Husband JJC on his 40th Birthday!

Nollywood Actress Funke Akindele Bello took to Instagram to share a sweet message as she celebrated her husband actor, producer and singer JJC Skillz‘ birthday. JJC Skillz later released some adorable family photos of his 40th birthday with himself, his kids and wife.  

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Mo Adeniran a Nigerian-British Wins The Voice UK season 6!

Nigerian- British Mo Adeniran  just won  this year’s The Voice UK beating off competition from 3 others to claim the crown. The 21-year old was in disbelief as he was announced the winner and his coach, Jennifer Hudson rushed to the stage to congratulate him with hugs amidst tears.

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Benjamin Omage: Brief Conversation with a Sapiosexual!


Is Intelligence becoming incredibly sexy! Or am I the only one who feels this way? 
I had an interesting conversation with a Clergyman friend of mine a while back, after he had just gotten married.  He said to me.

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"HAVE YOU HEARD', A new pilot Campaign stands up to modern slavery in the African community in the UK!

New pilot campaign called 'HAVE YOU HEARD', has been launched to help tackle modern-day slavery within the African community in the UK. The campaign focuses on helping those trapped in domestic slavery, where victims are typically kept against their will, mistreated and forced to work long hours without pay. The short film is produced by award-winning Nigerian filmmaker Ogo Okpue.

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12th Screen Nation Film and Television Awards 2017 REWARDING EXCELLENCE – CELEBRATING DIVERSITY

Screen Nation Awards

In a year that many say is proving to be seminal for black film and TV on so many fronts, especially for diverse British talent, late Spring will witness the 12th edition of the annual Screen Nation Film & Television Awards popularly known as ‘the black Bafta’s’ and acknowledged by the industry as ‘the’ media event showcasing black screen excellence. With an unmatched record of forecasting the undeniable rise to fame of many of the hottest young screen stars working today, this small but high quality award show returns once again to the city of London, as the UK’s only international celebration of black British achievement in film and TV.

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