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Weaving History:  The Story of Kente Master
1 year ago

Weaving History: The Story of Kente Master

Traditionally worn by Ghanaian kings and chiefs, Kente fabric has long been a symbol of pride and greatness. Each pattern has a different meaning, and can range from …
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Naomi Wachira: The African Girl
2 years ago

Naomi Wachira: The African Girl

Born and raised in Kijabe, a little town an hour and a half from Nairobi, Naomi Wachira grew up in a Christian family. She moved to the States right …
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NEW: Opportunities for Young Africans
2 years ago

NEW: Opportunities for Young Africans

Ayiba Magazine, in collaboration with Opportunity Desk brings you new opportunities for young Africans.

Commonwealth Scholarships for Master’s and PhD study in the …
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Studying Abroad in Ghana and Lessons on Pan-Africanism
5 years ago

Studying Abroad in Ghana and Lessons on Pan-Africanism

One time while I was studying in Accra, Ghana, I acquired some rather irritating bug bites. I went to the doctor to get some proper ointment to heal them. While …
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