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Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Retrospective Review of Afrocentricity Unleashed – 2012


afrounleashed picAfrocentricity unleashed would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to all our followers, readers, friends, fans, retweeters, colleagues, commenters, critics and everyone who has connected with us at one point or the other in 2012.

The road to perfection is not without its “speed-breakers”, “sleeping policemen”, “potholes” and other kinds of inhibitions and inhibitors; but it also comes with its essential lessons which are learnt along this path.

Please keep your support coming since we simply CANNOT thrive without it. Our agenda, mission and vision statements have not changed i.e showing Africa, Africans, Afrocarribeans and people of African heritage in a good light, celebrating diversity in different endeavours of art, as well as being constructive critics of anything African veering off mark! We earnestly look forward to evolving more next year with newer and more exciting articles, reviews, interviews, blogs and news at your disposal.

Enjoy the slide show below showing a statistical analysis of our achievement in 2012

Many thanks to all and sundry, and do have a prosperous and productive 2013!

See you there 🙂

Dee Ajayi
On behalf of Afrocentricity Unleashed.

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 3,600 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 6 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Oxfam Launches “Food for all Campaign” To Address Africa`s “Hunger-Stricken Continent” Media Stereotype.


A few months ago(October 15), Afrocentricity Unleashed covered an article called Giving Back! (which can be found here https://afrocentricityunleashed.com/2012/10/15/giving-back/) where we mentioned the negative media depiction of Africa as a hunger-plagued continent. Oxfam`s Cheif executive Dame Stocking released a statement regarding this issue. You can read more on the interview here http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20842827. There is also an ongoing discussion section which you can engage in if you so desire.

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African Gangnam Style from Cote d`voire


PSY`s Gangnam style has not only gone viral, but has also been modified to show case different cultures worldwide! Check out “African Gangnam Style”, yet another Gangnam style parody, courtesy of Aanika straight from Cote d`ivoire, West Africa. Happy viewing 🙂

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Caption this picture!


truth or dare to say the latter!

We would like to receive as many responses as possible so please make use of the comment box below and suggest a caption for the picture above…Happy captioning 🙂

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Condolences to Connecticut!


We are not going to make a notorious person popular, so there will be no mention of the perpetrator of this heinous act. However, we cannot fail to mention the dreams buried, the aspirations vapourized, the hearts crushed and the sea of tears shed over this sad, very sad incident not only for Connecticut, not only for America, but for the whole world!

…And may the innocent souls of the 20 children and 6 adults rest in peace.

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Nelson Mandela hospitalized!


Nelson MandelaFormer South African president Nelson Mandela has been declared as “looking well after a restful night” by President Jacob Zuma. The revered South African former ANC leader was taken to the hospital on Saturday, but the public was told there was nothing to worry about. So far, no details have been released about the reasons for his admission into hospital.

Afrocentricity unleashed wishes MADIBA a speedy recovery!!!