Looking at historical and current events of the West's involvement in Africa Affairs - led to this question: Is the West, Pro-Africa development, or Anti-Africa development (growth)?
Looking at historical and current events of the West’s involvement in Africa Affairs – led to this important question: Is the West, Pro-Africa development, or Anti-Africa development? Let’s look at the obvious.
Nollywood is becoming a popular tool used to influence Nigerians and Africans to adopt just about anything, including GMO foods, a health risk.
There is a new food crop in town called “Vitamin A Cassava” or “Yellow Cassava”, that was genetically developed by HarvestPlus under the guise of helping Nigerians and Africans to end lack of food nutrition; and they have hired Nollywood actors to help promote the farming and consumption of the new genetically engineered food crop.
(OPINION): There are many families in America that never for one day — think of gathering together to celebrate their union. Except for a national day given to them by their slave masters dubbed “Thanksgiving Day” aka “Thanks-Genocide Day”. Which brings me to this question, are Africans in America enslaved to “Thanksgiving Day”?
I wonder if my African people realize drinking green tea for its health benefit is nutritionally very essential to the body, especially for its antioxidant properties and polyphenols (the substances that give green tea its many benefits). Green tea is rich in vitamins and minerals.
With Angola for the first time a sub-Saharan African country has won the Leone d’Oro/Golden Lion prize for the best national pavilion of the Venice Biennial. This distinction for an African national pavilion during this year’s 55th Venice Biennial has been greeted with inappropriate prejudice by “ART – Das Kunstmagazin”, the leading art magazine from Germany.
Africans, did you know perfume and cologne could be hazardous to health? I had to blog about this because I’ve noticed many Africans, especially our women, do not step out of their homes without smelling good – thereby spraying their body with synthetic perfumes.
Why do some people spell Africa with a K? That is an observative question many inquisitive people often wonder about. Therefore, in this post, InformAfrica provide answers to why some people spell Africa with a K (The spelling of Afrika vs Africa).
Being discussed on InformAfrica.com is 4 reasons why Africans in America shouldn’t eat Tilapia fish. This four reasons on why not to eat tilapia fish also apply to global Africans in the United Kingdom and other diaspora nations where farm-raised tilapia is a common fish in their diet.