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DEVELOPING YOUTH ENTREPRENURAL AND CULTURAL SKILLS IN AN HERITAGE MANAGED ECONOMY: By Prince Omasanjuwa Oshodi

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African refugees in the Souda camp on the Greek Island of Chios. Photo: Alkis Konstantinidis/ Reuters

One is often time challenged by the litany of stories of young Africans either being trafficked or smuggled into Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. In the course of these travels many are put through inhumane conditions, beaten and held underground as slaves. Others are used as baits to collect ransom from their relatives back home by their captors. The female gender suffers most from irregular migration, as they are often raped and impregnated while trying to reach their dream land for better economic opportunities.

Crew on the migrant offshore and station vessel (MOAS) Chris Mc Grath/ Getty Images

The truth remains that the grass is green everywhere, it depends on what you make of your lawn. African economies are losing its young workforce to the deserts of the Sahara and the cold waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Many mothers are unaware that their beloved children who have sojourned through the Sahara to Europe are resting in peace under the hot baked Saharan sun. Must we continue to follow this route, when many of us who have succeeded in reaching Lampedusa and crossing the bladed barb wires of Mellila are still in refugee holding centres, only to begin another round of worries?

Africans are people of heritage, what happened to its moon light stories of Maza Musa and the sand dunes, the history of the ancient Benin, Ife, Asante, and Dufuna kingdoms.

All round the year in Europe because of the integration created by the European Union Protocol on free movement, young Europeans are ever busy criss-crossing the capital of one European country to the other, visiting architectural and ancient’s sites of history.  In 2013 alone, according to the Regional Tourist Board in Europe, Paris received 32.3 million visitors and London 16 million. Tourism in these countries is a wealth creating venture not only for the youths who provide tourist services, but also for government by way of taxation. This has been made possible because of the support that the European Union gives to companies involved in cultural and entrepreneurial businesses through the European Commission DG Enterprise and Industry, Tourism and Cultural Investment Unit.

These companies are involved in creating tangible and intangible tourist items. As side the production of souvenirs for tourists, they also sell tours, with the aid of the European Union who has created sources of tourist information, attractions, holiday ideas, policies, and guidelines for tourism providers.

We understand that the economic situation of most West African countries suffers from high unemployment, conflict, poverty, poor access to education and insecurity, but these will not stop if we fail to put the young back to work.  The promotion of culture in itself helps to promote the creative industries. According to the United Nations, “Culture has the power to transform communities and sustain social and economic development.

A heritage managed economy would provide an answer to the high levels of unemployment amongst most youths in the West African sub-region with the involvement of the local communities and the development of sustainable tourism. These youths are better positioned more than ever before to promote inter cultural understanding and diversity through modern means of communication. They have the capacity to transcend barriers by transforming their potentials into creative economies. As well as promote identity and social cohesion. Continue reading

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TEENAGE GIRL WINS N10 MILLION IN TALENT SHOW

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Miss Esther Benyeogo winner of great talent season 7

God’s children great talent show season 7 comes to an end as 19 year old Miss. Esther Benyeogo emerges winner. Just like the Big Brother Nigeria show, the God’s children great talent show is a christian reality TV show sponsored and hosted by the Redeemed Christian church of God, City of David parish. The talent show is a platform focused on discovering, harnessing and celebrating talents of young Christians.

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HOW TO WAX YOUR FACE

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facial waxing. vegasfaceandskin

Most women find facial hair difficult to contend with as it interferes with their makeup. It is also a major concern for many of them because the facial hairs are positioned in very conspicuous areas, such as the upper lip area or on the base of the chin. Maintaining a smooth skin, the face needs to be cleared of facial hair. This should be done professionally by waxing, which is a technique of hair removal. Continue reading

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HOW TO KNOW YOUR SKIN TYPE

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Skin types. Photo credit: stylecaster

It is important that you know your skin type to be able to use the appropriate skin care remedies. Understanding how to clean your face would only make sense if you know what kind of skin you have, so as to be able to know what kind of soap or cleansing tools you need to use. Using the right product is very essential in keeping a healthy and supple skin.

Put together what you know about your skin and go for skin care products that are suitable for your skin.

Factors affecting determining skin conditions

There are different types of skin, from soft to dry. Some of these skin types changes as a result of the impact of  the weather, like becoming drier or oilier during summer, winter or spring. Also a woman’s skin could change due to menstrual cycle, dieting, taking alcohol, and smoking or from birth control pills. Aging is also a critical factor. Continue reading

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HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR FACIAL SKIN

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Keep your skin supple

Most black women lack the idea and significance of facial touching. Using expensive products and nutrition may not help you achieve a supple skin, if you do not know how to touch your face. It is important that you know how delicate the skin is and also know how to approach it with a clean hand. Pamper the face by cleaning it and applying toner or blending it with moisturizers and other similar products. Always use a clean hand on your face because it would prevent dirt and bacteria, which can cause skin infection, such as eczema and blemishes.

You need to apply a touching hand technique in applying cream on your face in a circular motion, moving outward from the chin to the hairline, not touching around the eye. This direction reduces stress and would not work against your facial muscles and skin. This is because the eye muscles are suspended from the temple to the nose. That area has the thinnest layer of epidermal skin. And if pressure is applied in that area, it could make eye bags show faster. It is advisable to clean with the weakest finger, which is the ring finger. The face should be cleansed from outer temple inwards towards the bridge of the nose. If done in the opposite direction, it could stretch the skin and muscles thereby causing damage. Continue reading

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TONYE PRINCEWILL AND HIS POLITICAL PRINCIPLE

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Tonye Princewill

The Journey so far of a business man cum politician. Tonye Princewill, a prince from the Amachree dynasty, whose father is a monarch, The Amayanabo of Kalabari Kingdom. He is a successful business man, who has ventured into various political parties in an attempt to govern Rivers State. As a business man, he is always striving to make profit or make known his product to the public. Many see him as a “serial decampee”whose persistent hope to govern Rivers State has been eluded by the politics of the majority in the state.  Continue reading

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