Oyenike is a right-wing feminist and an aspiring UN ambassador. She spent four years of her youth in France, studying at an international high school in Paris XV. It was during this period that she became more open-minded to different cultures and beliefs. She is currently double majoring in public health and economics at SUNY Albany. After she graduates, she intends on pursuing a doctorate degree in health economics. Her passion comes from her vision of providing a strong voice for young women by advocating policies to solve the social, political, and economic inequalities between men and women.
Recently, Nigerians, mostly the women, have taken over Twitter with the hashtag, #BeingFemaleinNigeria. These outspoken individuals have been painting a vivid picture of the realities and hardships of being a … Read More
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, also known by his stage name Wizkid, is a famous Nigerian recording artist, performer, and songwriter. Since his first hit “Holla at Your Boy” in … Read More
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Ayiba is a cutting-edge online magazine that seeks to break down perpetuating stereotypes of Africa by telling stories that exemplify the complexity of African identity.
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