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  • “If you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” #IAmGhana by @westafricandol
  • “If you educate a man, you educate an individual. But if you educate a woman, you educate a nation.” #IAmGhana by @westafricandol
  • 1,150 13 11 November, 2019

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  • BEANZZZZZ #ForTheCulture 😍😍☕️☕️🔥🔥 I WANT, if you love me you know what to do 😏😏 ▶️ @dreich_design
  • BEANZZZZZ #ForTheCulture 😍😍☕️☕️🔥🔥 I WANT, if you love me you know what to do 😏😏 ▶️ @dreich_design
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  • The Intent To Be The Top Boy👑
  • The Intent To Be The Top Boy👑
  • 5 1 56 minutes ago
  • Everyday is Black Friday on cuddlecirle but today is BLACK FRIDAYYYYY!!! Yes we are doing an ADDITIONAL 50% SLASH FLASH SALES! .

Don’t be stuck at home when others are off partying and jollofing this Christmas. Here’s an additional 50% OFF everything you need to be out and about with baby this Christmas! Head over to www.cuddlecircle.com & shop till you drop! Don’t forget to SPIN AND WIN ADDITIONAL GIFTS! 💃🏽💃🏽
  • Everyday is Black Friday on cuddlecirle but today is BLACK FRIDAYYYYY!!! Yes we are doing an ADDITIONAL 50% SLASH FLASH SALES! .

    Don’t be stuck at home when others are off partying and jollofing this Christmas. Here’s an additional 50% OFF everything you need to be out and about with baby this Christmas! Head over to www.cuddlecircle.com & shop till you drop! Don’t forget to SPIN AND WIN ADDITIONAL GIFTS! 💃🏽💃🏽
  • 14 3 1 hour ago
  • In 1969, when black Americans were still prevented from swimming alongside whites, Mr. Rogers decided to invite Officer Clemmons to join him and cool his feet in a pool, breaking a well-known color barrier.
  • In 1969, when black Americans were still prevented from swimming alongside whites, Mr. Rogers decided to invite Officer Clemmons to join him and cool his feet in a pool, breaking a well-known color barrier.
  • 2 2 1 hour ago
  • Djakou Kassi Nathalie (@djakoukassi) (b. 1975, Cameroon) studied ceramics for three years at the ‘Institut Samba Superieur’. She lives and work in Nigeria, and has been an active member of the Society of Nigerian Artists (SNA). The Cameroonian vusual artist and instructor’s works are inspired by nature and man’s volatile interaction with his environment.
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She is well known for her creativity and dexterity in the application of the various mediums she uses in creating her works such as cement, copper, plaster, wood, iron and clay.

Nathalie in an interview affirms that the real essence of her works is to re-awaken the artistic consciousness on the African continent. She has exhibited widely across Nigeria and also on the continent. From 2006- 2013, she was appointed and worked as the manager of the ceramic workshop at the Art Centre, Mbalmyo. In 2012, she won first prize for creativity at the International Exhibition of Handicrafts of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso. (@relegallery)
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📸: @smocontemporaryart
  • Djakou Kassi Nathalie (@djakoukassi) (b. 1975, Cameroon) studied ceramics for three years at the ‘Institut Samba Superieur’. She lives and work in Nigeria, and has been an active member of the Society of Nigerian Artists (SNA). The Cameroonian vusual artist and instructor’s works are inspired by nature and man’s volatile interaction with his environment.
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    She is well known for her creativity and dexterity in the application of the various mediums she uses in creating her works such as cement, copper, plaster, wood, iron and clay.

    Nathalie in an interview affirms that the real essence of her works is to re-awaken the artistic consciousness on the African continent. She has exhibited widely across Nigeria and also on the continent. From 2006- 2013, she was appointed and worked as the manager of the ceramic workshop at the Art Centre, Mbalmyo. In 2012, she won first prize for creativity at the International Exhibition of Handicrafts of Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso. (@relegallery)
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    📸: @smocontemporaryart
  • 7 1 1 hour ago
  • This is what happens when you are truly living your best life. You can hear me singing every lyric.... like I literally made a post about a year ago saying I wanted to see Jidenna. So this most def was one for the books. #85toafrica #jidennaclassicman #worththeweight #fortheculture
  • This is what happens when you are truly living your best life. You can hear me singing every lyric.... like I literally made a post about a year ago saying I wanted to see Jidenna. So this most def was one for the books. #85toafrica #jidennaclassicman #worththeweight #fortheculture
  • 1 0 3 hours ago
  • Flashback to the gorgeous @trudydanso’s big day. Thank you for rocking our bridal fan.
  • Flashback to the gorgeous @trudydanso’s big day. Thank you for rocking our bridal fan.
  • 25 1 3 hours ago
  • dead souls in breathing jewels
  • dead souls in breathing jewels
  • 22 6 3 hours ago
  • For the culture - Kanyes song (can't remember which one) brought up something my close friend and I are always discussing - Being wary of the culture and its ability to distance us from God and holiness. Anything that takes away from God is not worth it✨🎉 So, this one's for the culture that allows God to remain God👍
Thank you @alyda.anastasia
  • For the culture - Kanyes song (can't remember which one) brought up something my close friend and I are always discussing - Being wary of the culture and its ability to distance us from God and holiness. Anything that takes away from God is not worth it✨🎉 So, this one's for the culture that allows God to remain God👍
    Thank you @alyda.anastasia
  • 128 14 31 October, 2019