Resilience, Quality & Knowledge in Diversity:

Quality Education for Fragile Ecuador I bet this is your dream life- wake up in the morning, open your eyes to the rising of the sun, have breakfast with the soothing breeze on the beaches of the Pacific; take a flight or a bus and mount the lofty mountains of the Andes just in time … Continue reading Resilience, Quality & Knowledge in Diversity:


Di sana

Over There, as performed in Indonesian by Silas Emovwodo in Pekalongan, Indonesia. Kapan pun saya membutuhkan udara yang segar Aku berjalan lambat seolah-olah entah ke mana, untuk membuat diriku mabuk dari udara segar yang manis dan manis; untuk menjadi unit dengan segala sesuatu yang gemerlap, untuk melihat-lihat di luar sana. Aku menggantung lenganku seolah tidak ada … Continue reading Di sana

Troops He Sought

We are subtle and stealth, breathe life and its death. Gracefully we fight with words and truth then our swords and our fists. Our mission is clear than a crystalline bowl- To protect the flock and confront the foes. With words and truth then swords and fists we will, truth defend and uphold the just; for … Continue reading Troops He Sought

Non-Expat Expats

What Migration is Doing to Africans in the Diaspora Imagine that you (A) and friend B do the same job- attending to handicapped animals, cleaning their body, feeding them, giving therapy and helping them navigate the world. Friend C wanting to introduce you to his parents says "meet B, she is an Animal Therapeutic Assistant" and … Continue reading Non-Expat Expats

The Game of Generals

Analysing President Obasanjo's statement on incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari  and the political landscape against 2019. Picture stacking up 6 crates of egg on your kitchen cabinet. There are 30 pieces of eggs in one crate. If 1 egg were a million people, the population of Nigeria would be a little bit more than the 6 crates … Continue reading The Game of Generals