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Q&A with Sadé

Q: Which celebrity do you get mistaken for?

A: No one. But I’ve been called the black Kim K a few times. I’m fine, she’s fine so that’s all good to me.

Get to know all the other characters through the JAND Facebook page which can be found at www.jandcomic.com

Q&A with Sadé

Q: Which celebrity do you get mistaken for?

A: No one. But I’ve been called the black Kim K a few times. I’m fine, she’s fine so that’s all good to me.

Get to know all the other characters through the JAND Facebook page which can be found at www.jandcomic.com

Q&A with Mofé

Q: If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what would it be for?

A: Two words. Playboy Mansion. If you no grab make you google am.

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Q&A with Mofé

Q: If you could throw any kind of party, what would it be like and what would it be for?

A: Two words. Playboy Mansion. If you no grab make you google am.

#jandcomic #mofe #guysguy #comics

Looking back I now realise year 2009 was a significant year for me. It was the first time I took summer school,the year I had my first art exhibition and the first time I put my foot down and said I wasn’t going to spend Christmas doing the same old thing. It was the beginning of me taking control of my life. So in doing this I started to discover new things new ideas, which led me to revisit a favourable childhood pastime. Comics.


So years later, which were full of ups and downs I now introduce to you: JAND.  Just Another Nigerian Drama.JAND follows eight Nigerian university students living in the UK. It’s about the little and the not so little dramas that goes on in their daily lives. 


Please feel free to go to the website and look around. There’s a link through my website as well. Feel free to repost. I hope you grow to love the characters as I have.

Looking back I now realise year 2009 was a significant year for me. It was the first time I took summer school,
the year I had my first art exhibition and the first time I put my foot down and said I wasn’t going to spend Christmas doing the same old thing. It was the beginning of me taking control of my life. So in doing this I started to discover new things new ideas,
which led me to revisit a favourable childhood pastime. Comics.

So years later, which were full of ups and downs I now introduce to you: JAND.  Just Another Nigerian Drama.
JAND follows eight Nigerian university students living in the UK. It’s about the little and the not so little dramas that goes on in their daily lives.

Please feel free to go to the website and look around. There’s a link through my website as well. Feel free to repost.
I hope you grow to love the characters as I have.

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A collection of photographs by Toyosi Faridah Kekere-Ekun

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COMING SOON …

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A collection of photographs by Toyosi Faridah Kekere-Ekun

"Let someone love you just the way you are – as flawed as you might be, as unattractive as you sometimes feel, and as unaccomplished as you think you are. To believe that you must hide all the parts of you that are broken, out of fear that someone else is incapable of loving what is less than perfect, is to believe that sunlight is incapable of entering a broken window and illuminating a dark room."

- Marc Hack. (via curvesincolor)

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"It’s always surprising to me how many young women think they have to be perfect. I rarely meet a young man who doesn’t think he already is."

-  Hillary Clinton speaking at Simmons Leadership Conference (via femininefreak)

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