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Notting Hill Carnival | Felaboration

Felaboration is an annual event designed to celebrate the life, times and music of FELA. Its appearance at Notting Hill Carnival is in honour of the 20-year Anniversary of Fela’s transition to the greater beyond.

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MTNF Muson Graduation Concert

As part of MTN Foundation’s sustainability efforts in grooming musical talents in Nigeria, MTN Foundation in partnership with MUSON, has awarded music scholarships to talented students over the years, most of whom received the prestigious, internationally-recognized, MUSON Diploma in Music.

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MTNF Yellow Heart Health Forum in Calabar

MTNF Yellow Heart Health Forum in Calabar, is a demonstration of MTN Foundation’s pledge to reduce maternal and child mortality by increasing awareness of the phenomenon in Nigeria.

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Wakaa! The Musical

Wakaa! The Musical is a play about the trials, successes and experiences of young graduates with varied backgrounds, a wager between them after graduation has a twist when the realities of life and the folly of their choices hit them. Eventually they reunite, coming full circle.

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The Wall and the Bridge by Dike Chukwumerije

Dike Chukwumerije is a Nigerian spoken word and performance poetry artist and an award winning author. He has eight published books to his name including the novel, Urichindere, which won the 2013 Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Prize for Prose Fiction and a poetry theatre production – Made In Nigeria.

“The Wall and the Bridge” is a poem highlighting the impacts of the cultural differences in Nigeria and a strong reminder that ‘no culture is older than being human’.

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Africa as a Platform

EnnovateNG recognizes that innovators on the continent are using creativity, ambition and passion to transform the lives of their communities and the continent at large. These Innovators and how they are impacting lives across Africa are stories that need to be told. Toby Shapshak talks about how innovation from Africa is touching the rest of the world.

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