nigerianstalk
nigerianstalk
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Adun Okupe
Adun Okupe
Adun is a PhD Candidate in Tourism Research at the University of Surrey. She obtained her Masters in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London. Prior to this, she worked for KPMG London where she qualified as an accountant. She is interested in Tourism, Strategy, Development; and every other thing in between that includes philosophy, art, culture, psychology, sports and lifestyle.
Benson Eluma
Benson Eluma
Akin Akintayo
Akin Akintayo
Akin is an Anglo-Nigerian ICT Consultant who lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for 12 years and recently returned to live in the UK. In his 10th year of blogging, he blogs at http://akinblog.nl
Akintunde Oyebode
Akintunde Oyebode
AlligatorLegs
AlligatorLegs
I am a nigerian-american writer, filmmaker, dancer, and singer. Lover of afrobeat and sneakers, consumer of global film and music and art and politics and fashion and culture and vegan desserts. Closet sci-fi and graphic designophile. A work in progress, just like my blog. You can visit my website, or follow me on <Facebook and Twitter.
Chris Ogunlowo
Chris Ogunlowo
Copywriter | Obsessed with Art, Technology, Design, Culture, Books, Humour & Dogs | Creative Director & Principal Partner at Kwirkly.
Amaka
Amaka
With previous degrees in International Relations and LL.M in International Economic Law, Amaka is a first year Phd candidate in international trade law & intellectual property law at University of Warwick, UK. Her academic interest lie in the broad area of international political economy, with specific interest in international trade, economic development and women empowerment. She blogs at Red Earth.
anengiyefa
anengiyefa
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony is a financial journalist, contributing editor at BusinessDay and a freelancer with mergermarket, a subsidiary of FT UK. He also provides occasional commentaries on African issues on the BBC. He is a winner of both the Citi Journalistic Excellence awards and the Diageo Africa Buisness Reporting Awards (Best Business News Category) in 2011.
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nigerianstalk
nigerianstalk
Articles that appear under this authorship are from non-regular contributors.
Adun Okupe
Adun Okupe
Adun is a PhD Candidate in Tourism Research at the University of Surrey. She obtained her Masters in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London. Prior to this, she worked for KPMG London where she qualified as an accountant. She is interested in Tourism, Strategy, Development; and every other thing in between that includes philosophy, art, culture, psychology, sports and lifestyle.
Benson Eluma
Benson Eluma
Akin Akintayo
Akin Akintayo
Akin is an Anglo-Nigerian ICT Consultant who lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for 12 years and recently returned to live in the UK. In his 10th year of blogging, he blogs at http://akinblog.nl
Akintunde Oyebode
Akintunde Oyebode
AlligatorLegs
AlligatorLegs
I am a nigerian-american writer, filmmaker, dancer, and singer. Lover of afrobeat and sneakers, consumer of global film and music and art and politics and fashion and culture and vegan desserts. Closet sci-fi and graphic designophile. A work in progress, just like my blog. You can visit my website, or follow me on <Facebook and Twitter.
Chris Ogunlowo
Chris Ogunlowo
Copywriter | Obsessed with Art, Technology, Design, Culture, Books, Humour & Dogs | Creative Director & Principal Partner at Kwirkly.
Amaka
Amaka
With previous degrees in International Relations and LL.M in International Economic Law, Amaka is a first year Phd candidate in international trade law & intellectual property law at University of Warwick, UK. Her academic interest lie in the broad area of international political economy, with specific interest in international trade, economic development and women empowerment. She blogs at Red Earth.
anengiyefa
anengiyefa
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony is a financial journalist, contributing editor at BusinessDay and a freelancer with mergermarket, a subsidiary of FT UK. He also provides occasional commentaries on African issues on the BBC. He is a winner of both the Citi Journalistic Excellence awards and the Diageo Africa Buisness Reporting Awards (Best Business News Category) in 2011.
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nigerianstalk
nigerianstalk
Articles that appear under this authorship are from non-regular contributors.
Adun Okupe
Adun Okupe
Adun is a PhD Candidate in Tourism Research at the University of Surrey. She obtained her Masters in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London. Prior to this, she worked for KPMG London where she qualified as an accountant. She is interested in Tourism, Strategy, Development; and every other thing in between that includes philosophy, art, culture, psychology, sports and lifestyle.
Benson Eluma
Benson Eluma
Akin Akintayo
Akin Akintayo
Akin is an Anglo-Nigerian ICT Consultant who lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for 12 years and recently returned to live in the UK. In his 10th year of blogging, he blogs at http://akinblog.nl
Akintunde Oyebode
Akintunde Oyebode
AlligatorLegs
AlligatorLegs
I am a nigerian-american writer, filmmaker, dancer, and singer. Lover of afrobeat and sneakers, consumer of global film and music and art and politics and fashion and culture and vegan desserts. Closet sci-fi and graphic designophile. A work in progress, just like my blog. You can visit my website, or follow me on <Facebook and Twitter.
Chris Ogunlowo
Chris Ogunlowo
Copywriter | Obsessed with Art, Technology, Design, Culture, Books, Humour & Dogs | Creative Director & Principal Partner at Kwirkly.
Amaka
Amaka
With previous degrees in International Relations and LL.M in International Economic Law, Amaka is a first year Phd candidate in international trade law & intellectual property law at University of Warwick, UK. Her academic interest lie in the broad area of international political economy, with specific interest in international trade, economic development and women empowerment. She blogs at Red Earth.
anengiyefa
anengiyefa
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony is a financial journalist, contributing editor at BusinessDay and a freelancer with mergermarket, a subsidiary of FT UK. He also provides occasional commentaries on African issues on the BBC. He is a winner of both the Citi Journalistic Excellence awards and the Diageo Africa Buisness Reporting Awards (Best Business News Category) in 2011.
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nigerianstalk
nigerianstalk
Articles that appear under this authorship are from non-regular contributors.
Adun Okupe
Adun Okupe
Adun is a PhD Candidate in Tourism Research at the University of Surrey. She obtained her Masters in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London. Prior to this, she worked for KPMG London where she qualified as an accountant. She is interested in Tourism, Strategy, Development; and every other thing in between that includes philosophy, art, culture, psychology, sports and lifestyle.
Benson Eluma
Benson Eluma
Akin Akintayo
Akin Akintayo
Akin is an Anglo-Nigerian ICT Consultant who lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands for 12 years and recently returned to live in the UK. In his 10th year of blogging, he blogs at http://akinblog.nl
Akintunde Oyebode
Akintunde Oyebode
AlligatorLegs
AlligatorLegs
I am a nigerian-american writer, filmmaker, dancer, and singer. Lover of afrobeat and sneakers, consumer of global film and music and art and politics and fashion and culture and vegan desserts. Closet sci-fi and graphic designophile. A work in progress, just like my blog. You can visit my website, or follow me on <Facebook and Twitter.
Chris Ogunlowo
Chris Ogunlowo
Copywriter | Obsessed with Art, Technology, Design, Culture, Books, Humour & Dogs | Creative Director & Principal Partner at Kwirkly.
Amaka
Amaka
With previous degrees in International Relations and LL.M in International Economic Law, Amaka is a first year Phd candidate in international trade law & intellectual property law at University of Warwick, UK. Her academic interest lie in the broad area of international political economy, with specific interest in international trade, economic development and women empowerment. She blogs at Red Earth.
anengiyefa
anengiyefa
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony Osae-Brown
Anthony is a financial journalist, contributing editor at BusinessDay and a freelancer with mergermarket, a subsidiary of FT UK. He also provides occasional commentaries on African issues on the BBC. He is a winner of both the Citi Journalistic Excellence awards and the Diageo Africa Buisness Reporting Awards (Best Business News Category) in 2011.
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