Black Skinned Beauties!:QUEEN MOTHERS OF ALL BEAUTY!

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BLACK BEAUTY MEETS BLACK BEAUTY FOR REAL!WYCLEAF AND OUR BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY VENUS WILLIAMS-THE MOST FAMOUS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IN THE WORLD!-I PRAY FOR YOU A HANDSOME BLACK HUSBAND LIKE THIS FOR YOU VENUS!

VENUS WILLIAMS-A TRUE BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY WHO LOOKS EVEN MORE BEAUTIFUL IN AFRICAN BRAIDS!

THE MOST FAMOUS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IN THE WORLD!

8 YEAR OLD BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY WENDY KASUMU WINS"LITTLE MISS MODEL 2007 "WORLD CONTEST IN TURKEY! BLACK TRULY IS BEAUTIFUL!

8 YEAR OLD BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY WENDY KASUMU WINS\”LITTLE MISS MODEL 2007 \”WORLD CONTEST IN TURKEY! BLACK TRULY IS BEAUTIFUL!

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TALK ABOUT BLACK BEAUTY MEETS BLACK BEAUTY! THE PERFECT BLACK COUPLE! CLAUDINETTE ,A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY GOT HER A FINE BLACK SKINNED HUSBAND WYCLEF JEAN WHO LOVES HER BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN! AND YOU WILL TOO!

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PAULETTA WASHINGTON,BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY GOT HER A FINE BLACK MAN FOR A HUSBAND! YOU CAN TOO!

PAULETTA WASHINGTON,BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY GOT HER A FINE BLACK MAN FOR A HUSBAND! YOU CAN TOO!

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A JAMAICAN BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY BASED IN EUROPE!

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SERENA IN HER NATURAL BRAIDS-A TRUE BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY! HOPE YOU GO BACK TO NATURAL HAIR STYLES AND STOP THIS IMITATION WHITE GIRL LOOK YOU AND VENUS ARE NOW INTO!

 

AS you can see, I’m a beautiful girl because I’m dark in complexion. I like to look nice and beautiful always. My mum always encourages me every time I appear clean, that, I’m black and I’m shining. I sweep my room, lay my bed and clean our sitting room always. I learn how to be clean from my mum because she dresses well. She is my role model when it comes to looking good. - Iremide Oyelaja, 10-year-old, Pry 4. (THIS NIGERIAN MOTHER TAUGHT HER DAUGHTER TO BE PROUD OF HER BLACK BEAUTIFUL SKIN COLOR UNLIKE MICHAEL JACKSON'S FATHER WHO TOLD HIM HIS BLACK FEATURES WERE UGLY! TEACH YOUR BLACK CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR BLACK FEATURES-NOSE,MOUTH,BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!(IBADAN,NIGERIA)

AS you can see, I’m a beautiful girl because I’m dark in complexion. I like to look nice and beautiful always. My mum always encourages me every time I appear clean, that, I’m black and I’m shining. I sweep my room, lay my bed and clean our sitting room always. I learn how to be clean from my mum because she dresses well. She is my role model when it comes to looking good. - Iremide Oyelaja, 10-year-old, Pry 4. (THIS NIGERIAN MOTHER TAUGHT HER DAUGHTER TO BE PROUD OF HER BLACK BEAUTIFUL SKIN COLOR UNLIKE MICHAEL JACKSON'S FATHER WHO TOLD HIM HIS BLACK FEATURES WERE UGLY! TEACH YOUR BLACK CHILDREN TO LOVE THEIR BLACK FEATURES-NOSE,MOUTH,BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY!(IBADAN,NIGERIA)

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BLACK-SKINNED WOMEN: QUEEN MOTHERS OF THE BLACK RACE AND ALL BEAUTY!
Why do I sing Praises of your Beautiful, Black, ebony,velvet skin,”Blacker than the sky at midnight”{1},your full mushroomed mouth, your beautiful broad nose, your generous “Congo hips” {2}and full-flowered backside? Because for too long many of the Black Race have abused, dishonored you, degraded and denied you your crown, Queen of Queens,Queen Mother of the Black Race, Black Beauty Supreme! From you all the beauty of the Black Race springs forth.In fact all the world’s beauty springs from you,Mother of all beauty of all the races of the world! Your Black midnight,licorice,dark black chocolate,beauty, is Blackness concentrated in your beautiful “Black-blueberry”{3} face!

First in the order of creation is always given respect by Afrikan tradition. The 1st wife, the 1st elder, the 1st kingdom, the 1st original inhabitants, of the earth-all are considered with honor. So it should be with Black Beauty-our darkest -skinned Sisters are the 1st Mothers of the Universe-Black as a color came before all the many tones of brown,red,yellow and white. But for too long our Dark-skinned Queens have not been given the respect and place of honor they deserve. IN FACT THE WHITE BOY HAS INTIATED the cycle of reversing the true order of things by turning upside down the pyramid of Beauty, and placing white-light on top and relegating the most beautiful Black-skinned Beauties to rock bottom!

So Black people have been taught well how to deny our most

beautiful one her crown, taught how to reject our Blackest, most Afrikan features, full lips and nose and mouth and woollest hair, for the weaker characteristics of the white race. Shame on Black people! When will we wake up to this Black Beauty concentrated, from whence all our lesser beauty comes. When will we give the crown of crowns,the throne of thrones, to the Blackest Queen of Queens?

Most of us who suffer from”mulatto-mentality” and “yellow fever”, as Fela, our great Nigerian Musician calls it, will go on and on about what about us lighter queens-aren’t we/they beautiful too, yet you/we should be aware that such queens have gotten all the play in the past and that even in Black Egypt one of the reasons for its downfall was the allowing the lighter ones of the race, to place themselves above the rest of us in the name of lightness and pride of light-closer/to/whiteness. So if we’re yellow,to light brown/red, then we should give respect where respect is due and not live off of the artificial white thrill of having “white features” as if it is an advantage. Where would you be without your BLACKEST great Grandmother? We should honor the Blackest part of ourselves, thus giving us true pride of Blackness, not verbal signifyin’ but real testifyin’ that BLACK is beautiful! If the Blackest, most Afrikan-featured Sister isn’t respected as the Supreme Beauty of the Race,the Black woman’s beauty is not really respected at all for what it really is(only in terms of how closer to white we look). We all reflect the strengths of this concentrated beauty in ourselves, all the manifestations of how Blackness can present itself are seen in our faces. Down to the milk-lightest of us, our Blackness is what dominates us whether physically or mentally. But the Mother is greater than the child and so the Blackest is greater than all the other tones of the Black Race. If we don’t respect our Blackest Queen, we don’t respect our True Black selves. We must have a Black value for BLACKNESS in features and skin tone. We must have a Black Standard of Beauty based on the Black-skinned woman. ALL PRAISES DUE TO OUR BLACK-SKINNED QUEEN-MOTHERS!

Sister Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade
1981,Lagos,Nigeria

BLACK NOTES: Let me give tribute to Brother Damu,House of Umoja(San Francisco) for{1}
{2}Brother O.O. Gabugan in the poem “Black Queen For a Day”,{3}Sister Sonia Sanchez in her poem “,Queens of the Universe”,for the quoted words used in the first part of this article.

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> I celebrated Governor Rauf Aregbesola’s re-election, possibly to his > consternation, if he got to know, and his supporters’, who are always > riled by my constant critical appraisal of his administration and > political activities. To the governor, despite being a younger > brother, I was an enemy. Weeks to his re-election, he laid into me at > the launch of Professor Wale Adebanwi’s book in Lagos. The > condescension in the public upbraid reeked revenge. I spent the night > of the day “working” his re-election. Yes, I collaborated with some of > his own to do “covert campaign”. Campaigns everywhere cost time, money > and energy. Mine was not an exception. I have strong commitments of > those involved not to breathe an air of it to him. What I did would > also not be of public knowledge until his exit, God willing, in 2018. > He, however owes me nothing, because he sent me, on no errands. > ADVERTISEMENT
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> Yes, my support for him was partly clannish, but not
> ethnically-periscopical. He loves governance. He has passion for > leadership. He is ambitious to be a legend in public service. Even > when he is not going in the right direction, he is always in a hurry > to deliver. Because he loves to dare, I was convinced he could be > different.
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> But I refused to be persuaded to turn this space to his mega-phone. It > was and still is, the only avenue to tell him hurtful truth anytime > his hurrying holes a gulf between him and the led. God willing, > nothing will change for the next four years, because he must be helped > to finish strong. The grossly-miscontrued, stomach-rumbling > three-series “Before Osun Falls” was to save him from himself. >
> First message for Mr. Governor, don’t be too quick to lock down names > on enemy-list. Your supposed enemies, particularly in PDP, won > re-election for you. Sycophants would always be around you, racing > your endorphin, the feel-good hormone. But it would be fool-hardy to > believe them that O’this, O’that alone got you re-elected. Information > at my disposal says five local governments were won for you by PDP > “renegades”, excellent outing in another three local governments was > also due to fifth columnists within opposition fold, particularly > those who could not swallow Iyiola Omisore’s candidacy but didn’t want > to defect and the required two-thirds, in another two local > governments. The mathematics of all these not being part of your > votes, is obvious.
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> You said to me during the Lagos encounter that because I am younger in > age, I wasn’t qualified to critique your acts in government. Without > necessarily re-opening old wounds, the education reform that nearly > cost your job, was hewed by an Octogenarian Nobel Laureate. Those who > modified the acceptable version were of perceivable inferior intellect > and younger in age. If the mindset that received my admonitions, was > same upon which aides’ counsel were poured in the past, the time for > change is now.
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> Sir, it is cool to be working “the enigma” concept with aides, but > making those lower in status and age, feel worthless, won’t be the way > to go. I am sure the governor will appreciate his own better now, > because bits of that victory belonged to different efforts. Being a > studious person, given to logic, the governor must have by now, done > an objective analysis of the election figures. If the winning > percentage is a measure of the projected awesome performance of the > governor, then something would be amiss. It is either that performance > is over-hyped or not totally appreciated by the people. That means > there are things to be done differently but the good news is the > spread of the winning votes, which would translate into proportionate > governance delivery across the state. Without impugning the person of > the first runner-up, a lesser baggage-laden candidate with humility to > woo offended party members, could have possibly consigned the governor > to the “parallel government” option. I say this because of those who > would keep singing “Aregbesola ma basere lo (keep doing things same > way). Apart from Osogboland and Ijesaland, other areas where the > governor had impressive figures, had obvious imprints of last-minute > beautiful brides, courted to divorce PDP. He should find out why O’ > Performance was not enough in those places. In the build-up to the > election, he was badly lacerated with religion, capital-flight, debt > profile, school re-classification, public service welfare and > comportment horse-whip.
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> Infact, it was a last-minute snatching from Omisore’s jaw. His subdued > visage the day after the election, is a testament to a victory forged > on the altar of compromise, bending backward and forward, sensible > sacrifices and humbling letting-go. That is why political promises > made in the heat of re-election moments should be fully redeemed > because one may run to the same shelter twice to escape being soaked. > I know commitments to heavyweights like Olagunsoye Oyinlola and Isiaka > Adeleke, Fatai Akinbade (Aregbesola did not win his Olaoluwa LG for > free), Olubunmi Etteh et al, would alter APC’s equations
> substantially, but the outcome of Kayode Fayemi reneging on Ayo Fayose > senatorial promise, should communicate enough lessons.
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> A pre-election poll put Aregbesola ahead of his party in popularity. > It means any other candidate would perform below his average > performance in the election. Does this communicate anything to APC > about its future in the South-West? It is now getting down to > personalities and not platforms. It should guide Aregbesola as APC > leader in picking candidates for other elections in the state in 2015. > The party may be also headed for a worsting in Yorubaland in 2015 if > internal democracy is not embraced.
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> Aregbesola may consider it an impunity for a younger brother to > counsel him on governance but he would have no choice in the next four > year because I have a vote to protect. It was my aged mother’s. She > got out by 7:13 am to vote him. May I also remind him that only > genuine brothers speak the truth to one another.
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POLYGAMY IN NIGERIA-“I won’t advise anyone to have more than one wife –OJB Jezreel”–BUT HE MARRIED 3!–FIND OUT WHY!–FROM PUNCH NEWSPAPER,NIGERIA

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I won’t advise anyone to have more than one wife –OJB Jezreel

AUGUST 2, 2014 BY NONYE BEN-NWANKWO

OJB Jezreel
Music Producer, Babatunde Okungbowa popularly known as OJB Jezreel, tells ‘Nonye Ben-Nwankwo about his health challenges and why he is married to three wives

City People Entertainment recently honoured you, would you know why it decided to celebrate you?

I think the organisers felt if you have been in business for over 20 years, you deserve to be celebrated. I am not the only one, we are many.

So you have really clocked 20 years in the industry just like that?

I have actually clocked 28 years.

Even before you had the health challenge, you were at the background for some time, nothing much was heard about you. Could it be because the younger ones came and overtook you?

It had nothing to do with the younger ones coming to overtake me. Even if you look at it like that, my prints are still in the younger generation’s works. They all passed through me. My influence is crested in that generation. It had nothing to do with my health. I had to take a breather. I had to be away from activities. You have to reinvent yourself. It mustn’t be work all the time. You have to reinvent your personality and your general persona. I was losing weight as well and I had to work on my weight. That was part of what happened then.

The younger ones also came and changed the face of music, how would you rate the crop of producers we have now?

I am happy with the trend of things. It shows we did our home work well. We have given birth to new generation and new sound. At a point, we were like that. It is an age thing. The older they get, the more they would want to redefine the music. Also look at the way the economy is, people just want something fast. It is affecting music and that is why the current type of music can’t last.

Your latest song, Not Afraid, was it released based on the health challenges you had?

Funny enough, I had done that song even two or three years before the health issues came up. It was just like a prophecy. The older you get, the more you become realistic with life. That was a stage in my life when I was known and popular yet I struggled to pay the rent. When I released the song, so many people said I was talking to them. Celebrated and popular people confided in me they could relate with the song because they were having such issues.

But how come you weren’t able to pay your rent?

The bottom line is that when you come out as an artiste and you don’t ‘blow’ immediately, you have to climb the ropes. But even when you are so popular, it doesn’t mean that you are earning the money that is equated to the popularity. You find that it is hope on hope. But I am here now, I own my property and it is a different ball game entirely. At that time, it was just hustling. People would shout OJB, OJB but really, the OJB behind was nothing.

Regarding your health, how are you feeling at the moment?

I would say that I am a lot better than how I was last year. But post surgery experience is different in different people. Some people get lucky and they don’t experience anything mega. But I have had some ups and downs. But those are just challenges that when you weigh them, they are still better than what they were last year.

Your ill health generated a lot of publicity, wouldn’t you have preferred nobody heard that you were ill?

As a person, I would have loved it if it was quiet. But when you think of the fact that I am alive today, I don’t really care about the publicity. Things happened that shocked me and those things showed the power of the brand. People printed T-shirts and were selling them to raise funds for OJB. People from all over the world were contributing. I didn’t even realise the brand was this big. I think the publicity has two ends to it. I learnt the humble way. You have to let go of your ego. My daughter was sick before then and we needed to raise $50, 000. I didn’t tell anybody to raise it for me, I raised it myself.

What was wrong with her?

She had heart disease. We didn’t beg anybody for that. It is not so easy for a man to sit back and people contributing money for his health. But after this experience, I realised that the ego should be forgotten. Life is better to be saved than ego.

Some people may have thought the fund raiser was a quick way of enriching yourself…

Well, at the end of the day, we came out and said people should stop contributing because we had got what we wanted. If we had wanted to turn it to a money spinning thing, nobody would have known. The governor of Rivers State, (Rotimi) Amaechi, didn’t want anybody to know that he completed the money for us. So we could still have gone ahead to collect more money from people because more people were ready to give. But we had to stop. The essence was life. I will categorically tell you that we didn’t make anything extra. If we had made so much, I wouldn’t be staying in Surulere (Lagos), I would have moved out and bought the latest car.

Would it be correct to say you now have more affection for the wife that donated her kidney to you more than the others?

Definitely. In fact, affection is not even the word to use. I don’t even know what to say. She just did it. It wasn’t as if she was supposed to do it. I was shocked. I just look at her and I don’t say a word. I am not the kind of person who feels that she must donate her kidney because I am her husband, no. Such decisions should come naturally. Right now, I have more than affection for her.

Your health challenge opened up a whole lot about your personal life; most people didn’t even know you had more than one wife and may be still counting…

I have reached the bus stop, there is no other wife coming.

Was it by choice or design that you have three wives?

It is everything. But predominantly, I think it is by design. Some people believe in destiny while some others don’t. I think it was destined to happen. I believe in destiny. I don’t think I would have survived it if it weren’t destined to be. People get shocked that I have three wives because I don’t live like somebody who has three wives. Come to think of it, there is no particular way to live life. Am I supposed to wear three shirts because I have three wives? I don’t even advise people to have three wives and when I talk about it, they are shocked.

But you married three?

Oh yes I did. When I was growing up, I even said I was not going to get married. I said I would just have children. But see, it is not the same story now. I just feel it is destiny.

Don’t you regret it?

There is no regret. Initially, you would tell yourself that if you had one wife, this would have happened or that would have happened if you didn’t. But then again, you have to check and understand that life is in stages. I am appreciating life the way it is. Out of the marriages, I have eight beautiful children. When I look at them, I am happy. They are my investment.

Still on your health back then, was there a time you lost hope?

There was a time I felt I wouldn’t come up with the money. The risky thing about raising funds is that you still have current expenses you have to service. When I saw what was coming in, I felt this is where God wanted me to be. I felt I had done my bit and that was it. I started thinking of how my property would be shared. Even when the funds were coming in, I still lost hope somehow.

Did friends desert you during the health crisis?

To a large extent, it happened but I think it happened because of misconception. The impression they had was that I was capable of taking care of myself. It was just a perception. When the reality dawned on them, they started to come back at the last minute. But then, we had raised what we wanted.

So what are you doing at the moment?

It is still music. I will drop a single soon featuring Ice Prince. I have another one with J Martins. This is just what I do. I don’t intend to dust my certificate and go to the bank. It has always been music except when I was a primary school teacher. I taught for one year.

You stayed in the UK for a long time, why did you come back to Nigeria?

It was a case of having a burning idea that I needed to express. I couldn’t penetrate in the UK industry because I wasn’t part of the setting. I had so many ideas. I felt if I came back home, I would express the idea better. I was inspired.

When did the big break come?

So many people felt it was with Tuface’s African Queen. But no. it was the biggest job but the break came when I was able to produce songs that could be played alongside foreign songs. The first song they played alongside foreign artistes’ was from a group called TF. Nobody even knows them. That was in 1994/1995.

Before now, some people felt you carried on airs around you…

That would be strange. I have never been known for arrogance. There are some producers who are on top of their game and you need to see the way they are introduced when they are about to enter a club. I didn’t have such airs. There was no need. By the time we made it, we had even become grown men, we even had families. So it wasn’t like that at all.

Was it fame that made you to marry three wives?

I don’t think it has anything to do with fame. There are people without fame yet they married more than three wives. Those people are not even rich. I think it is destiny; there is no other way to explain it.

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BLACK POLYGAMY WORKING!–NAIRA POOL Boss, Chief BADERO Left 8 Wives, 21 Children–from FAMOUSpeoplenews.wordpress.com

August 13, 2014 by

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BLACK POLYGAMY WORKING!!!!

NAIRA POOL Boss, Chief BADERO Left 8 Wives, 21 Children

*7th Wife, OLAIDE Talks About Her Late Husband

“Though He Didn’t Write A Will His Wives & Kids Live In Peace”

Since his sudden death on July 11, 2010, none of the family members of late Chief Ezekiel Agbolade Badero, the multi billion naira owner of Naira Pools International and Naira International Hotels, Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State, has spoken about his demise at 71. The very wealth billionaire pools magnate cum socialite was reported to have died in one of his London Homes in the early hours of that day after complaining of chest pain. He died in the bosom of one of his wives Modupe and couple of children who surrounded him as early as 5am on July 11th, when he complained of the chest pain. The way and manner of his death was described as mysterious as he decided to embark on a global trip to meet all his children who resides in several parts of the world, paying them unscheduled visits before he died. He was said to have embarked on the journey immediately after 70th birthday bash on September 27th, 2009 in Ijebu-Igbo and also relocated nine of his children to various parts of the world in a swoop during the journey. It was while on one of such visitations that the Balogun Onigbagbo of Ijebu Igbo died. Recently, we caught up with one of his wives Madam Olaide Badero at the 60 birthday bash of Lagos Clothe Merchant, Chief Mrs. Basirat Olayinka Ojugbele. The very pretty Badero wife opened up to up to us on the last moments of her late husband and how the family has been fairing since his demise two years ago. Enjoy the excerpts.

As late chief Gbadero’s wife, how would you describe his demise and what is the state of his business, Naira Pool at the moment?

His business is still the same. But the moment he is no longer there, it can’t be totally the same any longer. But I can tell you, on the average, that the business continues. But it is incomparable to when he was alive.

We learnt his demise generated lots of crisis and both wives and children were treated to a culture shock over his properties. How true is this?

We didn’t fight over any property, we are all in good course, nothing like fighting. Nobody is fighting anybody. Of course in such a large family, you expect misunderstanding but I can tell you that we understand ourselves better. There is peace compared to what people can expect.

We learnt he had many wives and everyone was fighting for his own piece of the cake after his death. How many were the wives?

All I will say to you is that there is peace, there is peace compared to what people can expect with a man with 8 wives living under the same roof. Twenty one children, so you can consider what people should expect and everybody is still under the same roof. It is the power of unity. We thank God.

I guess you are his wife number eight?

No, no, he was seventy one before his demise, I am his seventh wife. I am number seven.

Out of eight wives?

Yes.

You married him when he was seventy?

No, no, no, when he was 49.1 married him when he was forty nine.

Which year was that?

1988.

So, how would you describe him as a man?

He was a very kind hearted soul. A good man, open hearted. He was a blessed man who lived his life to the fullest.

So you had issues for him too?

I had all my children for him, three of them. Three girls.

But when he died two years ago, we learnt there was a major crisis as regards his will. We learnt he didn’t write a will, so how did the family settle the rift?

It is true he did not do one but there is no quarrel. Yes, I can confirm that to you, he had no will but there was no quarrel at all.

So, how did you cope, I mean sharing his estate?

There was no crisis at time. There might be rumors, it might be rumors being peddled around but I can confirm to you that there was no crisis anywhere. The business has not stopped for one day, all the children are living together, all wives are living together. We are all under the same roof except the children that are married, that are outside the house.

So, what were the real courses of his death. Some said he died in India, some said in London?

He died in England. That is it.

So what was the cause of his death?

It could be heart attack, it could be anything. He wasn’t really old, it could be stress. He was travelling up and down to visit the children and enjoy his holiday. He was on holiday actually and death came in just like that. So, we only thank God for his life. He was a great man.

What did you miss about him?

His love. You can’t be his friend without missing him talks less of being his wife, he was a good man. He was a good father, a good husband. A responsible father, so there was no way you wouldn’t miss such a great man.

Some people said he must have died of Juju, what do you think?

God knows, if there is Juju, only God will know. It is only God that will know, but medical report said it was high blood pressure.

It is two years or so now?

Yes, I is two years now. He died July 11, 2010.

How has life being without him?

Everything is moving on well, no child has moved out of school. They still go to the same school, even the ones that are in international school, their education continues, so we give God the glory. To God be the glory. Like I said, there is unity in the house. He died a complete man and he ensured we all lived in peace. That is why I said there was no rancor after his demise. He was a great man.

His full names were?

Ezekiel Agbolade Badero, he was from Ijebu Igbo. He was a high chief in Ijebu Igbo.

Are you also from Ijebu?

I am from Ibadan.

Which family in Ibadan?

I am from a very large family in Ibadan, the Akande Eletu of Ibadan. My grandfather died as the number fourth citizen of Ibadan. He is Chief A.S Akande.

What do you have to say about your late husband, is there something unique that you want all to learn from him?

I think people should learn from his life, he lived a good life and he died well. He was a great man.

RACE IN TOYLAND: A NONWHITE DOLL CROSSES OVER

August 1, 2014 by

Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade:

BLACK DOLLS FOR POSITIVE BLACK IDENTITY!

Originally posted on BEAUTIFUL, ALSO, ARE THE SOULS OF MY BLACK SISTERS:

“The more complex the mind, the greater the need for the simplicity of play.”

Theodore Sturgeon, Star Trek

A doll that happens to be Black, with crossover appeal to children of various ethnicities?

To be honest, why not?

Children like what they like, and if the toy/doll gives them a good sense of self, helps them engage in broadening their minds and horizons, as well as gives them something to play with and interact with other children, well that cannot help but be a good thing.

There are children of so many ethnicities in the world, and they all have experiences and lives that are no different from each other. Even in the act of play, they all learn that there is nothing wrong about being a human being who happens to be Black; they learn that Black adults and children have the same  needs, wants and desires as…

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