What’s up?! Hold on that wasn’t very editorial of me. The thing is I am really starting to think of you as family. You are here to check out new content as we post it every Saturday morning, and that makes you a part of our community.
This weekend we’ve got more great content for you. In one of our pieces, we dissect the Black Panther movie with a Nigerian Audience in mind. We saw the movie a certain way, from a peculiar point of view, being actually from Africa and knowing the full experience. So we examine the facts and fiction to see what was played with and what actually is. I guarantee you there will be some intriguing information for you, even though this movie has been talked about so much.
We feature another great piece from Xuzia who is a very talented writer. And while we are on the subject of talented writers, be sure to let us know if you would like your work to be featured on Howfana. Hit us up via email at email@example.com.
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I am feeling a little displaced as I relocate from Port Harcourt to Abuja. I know there’s someone out there who knows what it’s like to be trapped in that transition between two cities. It’s the one time when the internet feels like the only real and sure thing. Weird!
So I haven’t seen the Black Panther yet. Anyone who wants to buy me a ticket should make their intent known on instagram. I do not have a lot to say today (when do I ever right?) but I would like to sstart by sayin a big ‘Thank You’ to all our reader and subscribers. On behalf of our lovely blog I have to say it has been nice having every single one of you around.
Week after week our email list kepps growing and our reach is constantly on the increase. that’s dope. It’s encouraging to see that our efforts are paying off and that ou all are interested in what we have to offer. It was a big decision to publish only on weekends as opposed to the usual way of publishing daily and we are happy to have people by us encouraging us every step of the way.
This week we have switched up the game and we decided to look at Nigerian wealth. It seems that in Nigeria, the truly rich have actually always been rich and their money spans through generations. That is actually great but it makes the playing field uneven; almost as though the ordinary man who wishes to be an entrepreneur is already sabotaged before he/she begins their journey. Well make sure to check out the article to find out more.
Have a great weekend y’all.
Wait…That wasn’t very editorial of me.