A portrait of Emir Lamido Sanusi Lamido of Kano. One of the largest city in Nigeria up north. When you own colors of horses as in this portrait. It signifies affluence and wealth. It could be likened to several exotic cars in your garage.
The title means black and white horses owner. This art was displayed at the Kano pavilion during the recent festival, Nafest Kaduna 2017.
“When trouble sleep, yanga dey wake am! Wetin you dey find? Na palaver, you dey find, palaver you go get oooeee” Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
We never felt left behind, we continue to pound it. Be it yam or condiments. In rural and urban setting. We held on tightly to our old values for too long. More or less the reason why we hold on to subsistence farming method depriving ourselves of massive and large scale production.
No coherent coordination to harness collective responsibilities that can transform our economic situations. The question is ‘ ARE WE LAZY or still SLEEPING? #GreatNation indeed!
Terracotta art of way back. Originated from Kaduna. Just heard of this not long ago. It means there’s much to know and we must keep learning everyday.
Niger State does not only provide electricity power from Kainji Dam but also provide bronze ware as well as woven fabrics, ceramics in very large quantities. A state leading others in a drive for culturepreneur, making cultural elements as basis for entrepreneurship.
Love is sweet moreover with Keemprestige’s #kraft2wear. My Barrister friend and wife rocking our brand. Very prestigious.
Ayo Olopan. Board game. An African traditional game commonly found among Yorubas of western Nigeria. But had spread to other other parts of the country. Played by two players. But attracts lot of spectators who takes side in support..
Where is the divide? Before the advocacy for the sustainance, there was game and tame. But now, the level of allowing these animals to live has increased. Good for everyone of us and kudos to the advocates