Lulu’s Lungu

A Haiku And Tanka Exhibition: A creative journey featuring sublimely gifted artists

This past week I had the rare privilege to attend an exhibition titled A Haiku and Tanka Exhibition for WE DEM (Nigerians in the homeland) curated by the edgy and forward-thinking Tribe XX Lab. Elita, Emalohi Iruobe, Etopima Umanah, Yewande Oyeniyi, Tolu Oyewale, Olamidotun Oshilaja and Oluwaseni Akinyemi were the young creatives presented with the […]


Breaking the gender gap in the Nigerian technology ecosystem

With new developments in STEM and IT, we’ve witnessed a seachange in the dynamics of the technology industry. IT has slowly but surely embedded itself in every area of society taking over the roles of men and women thereby reducing the workload for the people. Countries in the first or third worlds have swiftly begun […]


Fine dining on the coast: 788

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, our lives in the city lost some of its sparkle. Restrictions and lockdowns stole away time we would have spent making memories. But as the vaccine delivery picks up and lockdown eases, we prepare to make up for lost time, get back onto the streets and experience the best […]