Every child’s life is important and require to be loved irrespective of social, economic and cultural background. This is the feeling of SLUM-2-SCHOOL AFRICA. . This year, UNABASHED AFRICA & SOCIALLY AFRICA partners with them to have the Children’s Day ‘PHOTOGRAPH A CHILD’ Project at Adekunle Anglican Primary School, Makoko-Yaba, Lagos. . Over 20 documentary … More PHOTOGRAPH A CHILD!
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wrote her friend Ijeawele a letter to reply Ijeawele’s request for Tips on how to raise her female child; Chizalum a Feminist. This fifty-five paged book is the letter which is a compendium of fifteen ample suggestions as follows: 1. Be a full person, your child will benefit from that. 2. Raise … More DEAR IJEAWELE – Review by Kayode Gideon Balogun
KAYODE! What Business do you think I should venture into? : My 20 Dirty Ideas . For some months, I have been asked by a couple of friends to advise them on the type of business they can do. Well, I don’t have a magic wand to divine what business anyone can go into, I … More My 20 ‘Dirty’ Business Ideas
2016 Convocation Lecture, Bells University of Tecnology, Ota-Nigeria #bellsuniversityoftechnology #2016convocation #lecture
There is a saying that in a sane, virile and progressive society, the orientation that guides the hearts of humans is “one for all and all for one.” But today, we no longer have this orientation, most especially in the most populated black nation; Nigeria. We no longer watch out for the good of others … More ANNIHILATION OF FOLKLORES, OUR VALUE SYSTEM’S NIGHTMARE
Group photos of Students of College of Environmental Sciences, Bells University of Technology, Ota-Nigeria during their Student Work Experience (SWEP). Students of Architecture, Estate Management, Surveying and Geoinformatics, Building Technology, Urban and Regional Planning and Quantity Surveying.
All photos by Kayode Balogun Photography instagram: @kayode_balogun_photography
Images from the 7th Convocation of Bells University of Technology, Ota- Nigeria.
Alluring views of Bells University of Technology, Ota-Nigeria at night