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The way people & things were … exactly 35 years ago this month in Nigeria – Tola Adenle

Here are some of the features,  all of the ads:  May/June 1978 issue   Voices, faces, echoes, ideas, stuff, & a little of the way things were – 35 years ago this month! And a double-page spread used here as … Continue reading

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About Tola Adenle

As aṣọ òkè has become very territorial for this blog, and it’s only right therefore that I should add pictures of me wearing the Yoruba national outfits on my personal page.  While many would swear I wear only western outfits, … Continue reading

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“GIVE YOUR HUSBAND MY REGARDS, AND TELL HIM I WISH I ALWAYS AGREED WITH HIM”!

  [This story first appeared very briefly Friday morning before it was supplanted by the announcement of the shocking death of our late “Lady of Songs”, Christiana Essien-Igbokwe, and again, yesterday, Fola Adeola’s tribute to his late friend of decades … Continue reading

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