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Yoruba101: unlocking paid items for free after updating app

Yoruba101 3.1 is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android. First, apologies for the blank screen error some of you experienced in version 3.0. A big thank you to Sewa, Hugo and Mary for pointing out the problem. Yoruba101 3.1 fixes the bug and is now available for download. For...
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What makes a Native Language tick?

This post examines the simple things that make our native languages appealing. These things though simple are often missed. A few years ago while living in Abuja, I was riding on one of the popular El-Rufai buses from the city center to Gwagwalada. Seated by my side was a young...
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Exploring the cool factor in African language learning among kids

Exploring the cool factor in learning African languages among kids

Often times, I’ve had parents express to me how hard it is to get their kids to learn our native African languages. This is especially common in homes where the language of communication isn’t the native African language as with many African families in major cities home and...
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Manchester Adventures: 20th Future Everything Festival

Formal exhibition sessions at the FutureEverything Festival were held on Thursday, February 26 and Friday, February 27. The Manchester Town Hall – venue for the FutureEverything festival exhibition and talks – bore hallmarks of a rich Culture going back centuries. The...
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2014 Recap and 2015 Expectations!

Happy New Year folks! Here’s our formal welcome message! It’s been an enjoyable ride from a personal and collective point of view; thank you! 2014 was an exciting year for us in our 2+ years ride so far. Here, I share a few of our milestones from 2014 and expectations for...
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Experiencing African Arts & Culture at the CAKE Village

On Friday, October 24, 2014, prior to the Meet and Greet session with kids and parents in Chicago, I had the opportunity to visit the CAKE Village for Culture & Arts. A bit of background, CAKE is an acronym for Culture of Africa for Kids Everywhere founded and run by Mrs....
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Lost Stories: The Tortoise and the Birds

It’s not uncommon for me to work with audio or video looping in the background. Sometimes, it serves as a balance and at other times, sweetens the creative juice. And so, 3 nights ago, I was working while random Youtube videos looped in the background. Somewhere along the line,...
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Meet and Greet Session, Chicago

Having wrapped up the mEducation event in Washington DC, I flew into O’hare, Chicago from DC via Atlanta on Thursday, October 23. It seemed like Chi-town was expecting me given how welcoming the weather was. Prior to, I’d heard it was crazy. Well, I was spared the horror of...
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Showcasing Asa at the 2014 mEducation Symposium

The 4th Annual Mobiles for Education (mEducation) Alliance International Symposium held in Washington DC from October 20 to 22, 2014. Approximately 200 participants drawn from over 70 organizations gathered for the 3 days event that included presentation and exhibition sessions....
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Brazil 101 with the Afreaka Crew

Our Brazilian friends from Afreaka stopped by our office on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. It was an interesting 1-hour session where we shared interesting stuffs around the Brazilian and African Culture specifically the connections between both. True, in a modern world awash with tons...
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