Poda-Poda Stories: Interview Series

I’m so happy I started a digital literary platform for Sierra Leonean literature. The growth over the past couple of months has been tremendous! One of the key features of the website is an interview series I’m running, wherein I ask writers from Sierra Leone questions about their work and their creative journeys. So far,…

6 Inspiring African Photographers You Should Know

I’ve been doing a bit of research on photography and visual arts on the continent and it is exciting to see how the range of amazing work by African artists. Each photographer featured here brings out the endless  abundance of beauty that we possess as Africans,in their work. Joana Choumali is an Ivorian  researcher , documentarian and photographer based in…

My ‘Fun’ Fiction on AFREADA

My passion and first love is storytelling,so it is an honor to have my short story published on Africa’s newest and trending online literary magazine. Please read it here A Thin Line of Madness by Ngozi Cole

Congo Market

Dried Pepper Dried Okra Dried beans Dried oysters     Funde Bulgur,     Tola irreverent spices that spit and burn Healing herbs that cast away evil eyes and   wandering spirits.       Save

Data Journalism in Sierra Leone

Last week , I was fortunate to be at the Data Literacy Bootcamp at Sensi Tech Hub in Freetown. This was the first ever data bootcamp held in Sierra Leone,thanks to IDT Labs, CodeforAfrica and Sensi Innovation Labs. Many journalists attended and sadly I could only be there for one day  ,but I’m happy I went….

Orange Rain

    Fallen leaves, rotten fruit, earthworms, chicken feces, and charcoal residue mix with orange-red earth, the mud from our backyard is full of many little things. I remember huddling under patterned cloths, waiting for sweet petrichor , the smell after earth and sky have made peace, a smell that I still can’t really describe….

Letter from the Apologetic African

I am so sorry Ma’am, so sorry Sir, for offending you. This wretched madness of ingratitude at your benevolence  is not typical of the 1.111 billion people I represent. Before we go any further, allow me to smooth out my accent for your convenience and roll my nonexistent rrrrrr properly. I really have to prractice…

Young Sierra Leonean Innovator

My passion is  storytelling,and I believe that the importance of telling a story lies in the value of the impact it has on people.Young Kelvin Doe’s story is so inspiring,not just to me as a Sierra Leonean,but to many young people all over the world.GO KELVIN!!