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    5 Reasons Why Kasala! is a Brilliant Film

    I recently watched Ema Edosio’s 2018 film, Kasala!, and my only regret is not watching it earlier. The film was flawless in nearly every area; great story, impeccable writing, sound directing, just to mention a few of its qualities. Kasala is quite simply a faultless film and should be studied by future indie filmmakers But […]

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    Top 15 Countries With the Most Prisoners

    Prisons are facilities where people who break laws or commit crimes are legally held as a punishment. The United States has the most prisoners on record with over 2 million incarcerated at a rate of 655 prisoners per 100,000 residents. China, the most populous country in the world is at number two with over 1.7 […]

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    Everything Announced At The Apple Event 2020

    On September 15,  Apple Inc. held its annual event where it announces new products, product redesigns and upgrades. This year’s event was held virtually, obviously because of the pandemic which didn’t stop Apple from showing us all the new toys they’ve been working on. Unfortunately, the iPhone 12 was not announced but several interesting devices […]

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    5 African Nobel Prize Recipients

    The Nobel Prize is a set of annual international awards bestowed in several categories by Swedish and Norwegian institutions in recognition of academic, cultural, or scientific advances. The prizes were established in 1895, in accordance to the will of the Swedish chemist, engineer and industrialist Alfred Nobel. The Nobel prizes are widely regarded as the most prestigious awards available in […]

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    15 Post-Pandemic Bucket List Ideas

    The coronavirus pandemic has made it clearer that life is fickle and the future is neither certain nor predictable. This means that no one knows when the end will come, hence, while you’re alive, make the best of it. Make a bucket list, travel, explore, try new delicacies, and just live a life devoid of […]

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    All The Brilliant Symbolism You May Have Missed in Abba Makama’s The Lost Okoroshi

    SPOILERS AHEAD!!! The Lost Okoroshi, a film by Abba Makama, one of the few directors at the frontier of the new wave of disruptive and unconventional cinema in Nigeria was recently released on Netflix and it was almost brilliant.The movie is centered around addressing the disconnect between ancient traditional beliefs and the modern world and […]