Friday, 28 November 2014


As a woman I have come to the realization of the importance of playing my role within the society, in the world and as a believer in creating a comfort zone for every woman in life and in our spiritual journey with our Creator.  The Recognition of the role of Africans in Ireland to celebrate "Africa History Month" Initiated here in Ireland since 2010 by Susuana O.M Olatunji-Komolafe in recognition of the contribution of all Africans that has lived or still living in the Republic of Ireland, which have played a positive role and make an impact in the society. As Africans we share history with Africans Americans, African British living here and back home as they also celebrate their identity. To allow youth, children and young generation understand the beauty of their roots and staying strong in addressing the opportunities and challenges of being a minority in Ireland.

The purpose of this project is to explore African history, culture, heritage, experience, creativity in writing, knowledge as seen by Africans worldview and African literature through solely African authors and people with knowledge of Africa, a shared history with Irish people and Africa impact in the world global development.

"I have a vision. It is a vision deeply rooted in the Africa culture. I have a vision that one day in the Africa culture all over the world and throughout the universe that the sons of former slaves, Freed Blacks, and native Africans will be proud of their culture and we'll be able to live together as brothers and sisters. I have a vision that one day in African culture, the cultural science of “Blacology” will become real and Africa culture will roll down like waters and our history like a mighty stream"
We have come to recognise your role in the Irish society, most of all the “Migrant Africa Caribbean Communities” and integration at large in the Irish society here that we live. The Migrant Africa Caribbean Communities are all coming together in one accord of love to show their solidarity for a Man that Reform the Immigration System here in Ireland. You have made a tremendous contribution to the Migrant Africa Caribbean Communities living in Ireland at large both old and young.

Your final words as Minister for Justice: 'Integration is the only way forward for changing society'

You have shown us so much love “Let Give Back”; IRISH society is changing, and part of that change is the number of non-Irish people who have chosen to live and work here. We have all come from a large number of countries just as your background was but found peace and home here in Ireland.

We jointly say a big thank you, firstly for your vision and for welcoming us to your presence.

Susuana.O.M Olatunji Komolafe, Barbara Senda, Rebecca Omokaro, Efe Edokpa, Kemi Bankole, Logan Raju, and Ademokun Eyo



Speaker One: Natty Wailer. He speak on the theme 2014 "BE INSPIRE BY ACUBALAND"
NATTY WAILER WITH BOB MARLEY AND THE WAILERS: NATTY WAILER is a Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter, along with his band The Reggae Vibes and a Guest Speaker@ National Conference Africa History Month Ireland 2014. Natty Wailer met Bob Marley and the Wailers through the bass player Aston Barret known as Family Man in 1972. He then rehearsed, recorded and toured with them as a keyboard player. Natty Wailer recorded numerous albums and compilations with Bob such as Songs of freedom. During the same period, Natty was also playing and recording with Familyman. You will find his name Ian Wynter (often misspelt Winter) on some of his albums such as "Familyman in Dub", "Guided Missile" and "Work". After Bob's passing in 1981, he joined the Wailers for two tours in the USA as well as Europe before forming his own band named the Reggae Vibes in New-York in 2000 where he started composing and recorded his own music.

Speaker Two: Nandi Jola. She will speak on "Active Citizenship"
Nandi Jola- a Mental Health Advocate, has been a cleaner, singer, actress, dancer, activist, poet and a mother. Throughout her life, she has battled a broken childhood, marriage, health, determined to do what she always believed in – to write. Nandi has spent 11 years in Northern Ireland which she describes as the most painful journey of her life, but her daughter Anesu (God with us) has kept her going when she lost everything.

Speaker Three: Livingstone Thompson, PhD. He will speak on “Africa & Religion”
Livingstone Thompson, PhD (Trinity College, University of Dublin) A highly qualified senior executive with many years of international experience in training and skills development. Livingstone has written various books and several scholarly articles and his most recent book is “Speaking from the Heart” Livingstone manage a consultancy Firm called “Living Cultural Solutions and he’s one of the Directors of “Afro Diaspora Center” and was the founding member of Africa Caribbean Forum and also the current  President of SIETAR Europe

Speaker Four: Mazi Azukaoma Uche Osakwe. He will speaker on "Post Colonialism”
B.Sc (Hons.) Bachelor Degree in Political Science, Awka, M.Sc. Masters Degree in Political Science, Ibadan. M.Phil. Masters in Philosophy in International Peace Studies Trinity College Dublin, PhD Candidate at Mater Dei Institute, Dublin City University, Research interests: Post colonialism, Postmodernism, Peace & Conflict, Religious/Peace/Politics/fundamentalism, International Organisations, NGOs, & Human Rights.  Author: Divided House: NdiIgbo At A Crossroads. Poem: Udara, Hopelessness, Africa Awake. He loves football (Arsenal), F1, Music, Dancing, Yoga, and Documentary.

Contributors: Ava Brown "Bamboo & Fern"
Ava Brown an Author and speaker will share from her new book launch tonight. All the way from UK will share with us her life in St Elizabeth, Jamaica, Ava Brown inspiring journey the story of how she went from a country girl to a corporate queen. The book has managed to travel into over 25 countries in less than two months and today is here in Ireland.

Everyone another reason for you all to grace the evening by attending "National Conference of Africa History Month Ireland" 23rd Sunday November 2014 Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown, 4 pm prompt- 8 pm. Strictly time keeping.
The Migrant Communities are all coming together in one accord of love to show their solidarity for a Man that Reform the Immigration System here in Ireland. He as made a tremendous contribution to the Migrant Africa Caribbean Communities in Ireland.
Alan Shatter's final words as Minister for Justice: 'Integration is the only way forward for changing society'
Alan showed us so much love let give back; IRISH society is changing, and part of that change is the number of non-Irish people who have chosen to live and work here. They have come from a large number of countries around the world.
Alan Shatter; Born in Dublin to a Jewish family, Shatter is the son of Elaine and Reuben Shatter an English couple who met by chance when they were both on holidays in Ireland in 1948. He was educated at The High School, Dublin and Trinity College, Dublin. He has been to Israel a number of times, including to work on a Kibbutz as a young man.
Shatter has lived most of his life in Dublin — he grew up in Rathgar and Rathfarnham and lives now in Ballinteer with his wife, Carol Ann (Danker) Shatter, and two children. He is the only Jewish member of Dáil Éireann

Wednesday, 24 September 2014

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Sunday, 22 June 2014


Queenet she died with two other friends and one of d friends daughter, friends names Pat and Fanny and it's Pat daughter that died along with them.


Next Week is "The Inspiration Day" Lead by the AOSI and other NGO's which we are one of them. We express our sympathies to the parent of this Young Inspirational Boy Ricky Oasagi that lost his battle for life.

Ricky is known as loving; “We all know each other in the club, however everyone knew Ricky on and off the pitch – be it his fancy hair styles, his shimmy dance after scoring goals or just his all round cheerful, confident personality. He was a seriously gifted footballer.

“Our condolences to Ricky’s family, relatives, friends and to his team mates, manager and coach in Corduff FC and other young lads, mothers out there feeling the pain.”

On behalf of the Inspirational Day Team Committees.
Afro Caribbean Diaspora Center


Next Week is "The Inspiration Day" Lead by the AOSI and other NGO's which we are one of them. We express our sympathies to the parent of this Young Inspirational Boy Ricky Oasagi that lost his battle for life.

Ricky is known as loving; “We all know each other in the club, however everyone knew Ricky on and off the pitch – be it his fancy hair styles, his shimmy dance after scoring goals or just his all round cheerful, confident personality. He was a seriously gifted footballer.

“Our condolences to Ricky’s family, relatives, friends and to his team mates, manager and coach in Corduff FC and other young lads, mothers out there feeling the pain.”

On behalf of the Inspirational Day Team Committees.
Afro Caribbean Diaspora Center

Friday, 30 May 2014


All models participating @ Sickle Cell Society Ireland Annual Charity on the 21st , kindly bring along 2 different pairs of shoe color a pair of black shoes and any other colour! Making two pairs each! 6 inches please!, Also a black dress or black tight jean and black top. Thanks

Hi folks, 
The Sickle Cell Society Ireland (SCSI) wishes to invite you to its Annual Charity Concert, A Fundraiser and Awareness Event to Celebrate 2nd official World Sickle Cell Day in Ireland (WSCD 2014) on:
Date: Saturday 21/06/2014
Time: 5pm
Venue: Hilton Dublin Kilmainham
Theme: Colours of Sickle Cell
The event features: Live-band performances, fashion show, music, comedy and drama.
The project titled: "Colours of Sickle Cell" is an awareness raising initiative of SCSI which aims to aspire hope in the lives of people directly affected by sickle cell in Ireland and beyond through various lifestyle strategies, such as using music, fashion, drama and comedy to depict how people living with sickle cell can achieve their potentials and live beyond the limitations of having sickle cell anemia.
SCSI believe that together, we can aspire to break the cycle of pain and give hope to sickle cell warriors.
The Sickle Cell Society Ireland is the official umbrella Organisation for all sickle cell support groups in Ireland. We are a parent-led Organisation working at local, National, International and European levels. The Sickle Cell Society now holds the PESCA presidency at the sickle cell EU advocacy front.
Thank you for your support for sickle cell sufferers in Ireland

Sickle Cell Society Ireland; Fashion Parade Coordinated By Afro Fashion Consultant Susuana.O.M

The Afro fashion Show Ireland will be coordinating the "Fashion Parade" @ The Sickle Cell Society Ireland Annual Charity Event on the 21st June, 5pm prompt Hilton hotel Dublin Ireland, showcasing Yutees Collections and Simply SimplyGlamorousFashion

Robert Kelly Photography will be @ the Fashion Parade as one of our Official Photography to grace the Sickle Cell Society Ireland Annual Charity Event.
Robert Kelly is a Dublin based Photographer for Bookings please visit Robert Kelly is a Dublin based Photographer and Web Designer. He studied photography and multimedia in Roslyn Park College. During his time there Robert took on the role of Student Union President organising and running a number of events throughout the college. After successfully completing the course he's moving St. Kevin’s College Crumlin in order to compound his photography skills even further at HND level. Robert has also done work with GMK photography where he has gained the experience in Wedding, Fashion and Sports Photography. He has covered many events in his local area of Edenmore and is working together with Edenmore Boxing club on all future events. Other events Robert has covered include GWRC family fun day. Robert employs a high level of professionalism, he will make sure to capture that moment so you can relive forever.

Sickle Cell Society Ireland is the Official Umbrella Organisation for all sickle cell support groups.They  work in partnership with the Sickle Cell Society Uk and the children's hospital in Crumlin. We specialize in Parent Support, Advocacy, Partnerships & Creating Awareness of Sickle Cell through Educational Workshops, Conferences and Seminars, around Irish Counties.

Check Out the caliber of people coming to grace and support" Sickle Cell Society Ireland Annual Charity.
Maksuda Akhter is going to Model @ the Fashion Display of our Designers collections,she is a private pilot and under training to be a commercial pilot.She has also completed her Bachelor in Business Management.She recently won the title of Ms. Ireland 2014 and also Miss Hot Chocolate . She is also awarded for Ms. Photogenic 2014 and Super Model 2014 from Ireland Pageant. She is a promising Model, and Adcenter Volunteer Model.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014


Saturday 24th May Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown is our night with Dr George Alabi, Deputy Head Mission Nigeria Embassy, from 4pm - 9pm prompt. Be there to grace the night with us, it will be a glamorous evening.
Also join us in celebrating all our volunteer's, contributor's, dignitaries, members of the Nigeria Communities, friends of Afro Diaspora Center, guest artist coming to make the night fun.
Music life from Abraham R Erin Band. An Evening on the red carpet not to miss.

 Sendoff Dr George Alabi, Deputy Head of Mission, Nigeria Embassy Ireland

We are host all Our Volunteer by Appreciating, Celebrating their support and contribution to Our Organisation "The Afro in Diaspora Center" on the 24th May 2014 Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown, Starting from 4pm prompt - 9pm. You are invited and all our various "Volunteer's" Join us as we celebrate U All.

Also we are using this great opportunity to celebrate our very own Man, Father, Friend, Supporter of the Organisation, "The Head of Mission Nigeria Embassy Ireland Dr George Alabi" SendOff Celebration of his great work, time, positive impact, family, positive role as Nigeria Citizen here in Ireland, as he moves back to Nigeria on his Retirement. On the 24th May, @ Carlton Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dub 15. 4pm prompt.

Note: We don't do Africa Time, we are women of great quality and respect.
Dress-code: As my friend say's SimplyGlamotous!!!!!!

Thursday, 8 May 2014


Rally at the Nigeria Embassy on the 7th May Representation of The Afro in Diaspora Center by the CEO Susuana.O.M with the support of various groups, women and communities leaders here in Ireland. The RALLY is At 10am -1pm. Wear red to show we are against violence. 56 Lesson Park. Dublin 2.

This is our concerned as Mothers, Fathers and Youth of Ireland have decided to have this peaceful demonstration, that we need to focus worldwide attention on the plight of the over-200 young girls who were abducted from their school on April 14, 2014 in Borno State, Nigeria, by so called terrorists. They are yet to be rescued and the authorities are not saying anything. As a human being, parent, It is unacceptable that this should happen and mothers, politicians and people in general are not keeping quiet.

#BringBackOurGirls#Protest At Nigerian Embassy In Dublin Ireland I was there, making history and being part of a change.

 The kidnap took place in Borno State one of the 36 state in Nigeria.

Myself Susuana with Celebrities, Nigerian Ambassador For Peace in Diaspora (Ireland) Amb.Vickie Robert Okere, The lovely Model Patience Olufemi which I adore, Our own Man Angel Michael and the beautiful Delta Connection and supporters rallied at the Nigerian Embassy in Dublin Ireland today 7/5/14. The several hundred peaceful demonstrators called for accountability, Enough is Enough, the return and reintegration of more then 200 kidnapped Chibock school girls.
 The Obama Administration is dispatching officials to aid recovery efforts in Nigeria for over 250 kidnapped girls captured by the Boko Haram militant group. The Secretary of State spoke with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday to discuss the plan

What Boko Haraam leader, Shekau said in his video to all Nigerians! "I am going to marry out any woman who is 12 years old, and if she is younger, I will marry her out at the age of nine, just like how my mother, Aisha, the daughter of Abubakar, was married out to Prophet Mohammad at the age of nine."You are all in danger, I mean all of you.

"I am the one who captured all those girls and will sell all of them. I have a market where I sell human beings because it is Allah that says I should sell human beings. Yes, I will sell women, because I sell women.

"I captured and abducted girls in a Western school, and it became a worrying issue for all of you. You have forgotten that I have said that it is not only girls' education I am against. I am against everyone who attends a Western school. Girls should go and marry.

"Slavery is allowed in my religion, and I shall capture people and make them slaves, don't think we are done yet because we are not”. We are on our way to Abuja and we shall also visit the South, not to look for Jonathan but to destroy the nation's refineries.

"Talking about human rights and democracy nonsense” People that are doing same-sex marriage and saying they are leaders. "I will imprison Jonathan's daughter” Anyone who turns to Islam will be saved. For me, anyone that embraces Islam is my own. Stupid Jonathan, you will be surprised. Until the land is soaked with blood

"You said you want to capture me. Surely, you will one day. But I will also haunt for Jonathan, and if I catch him, I will kill him.

"Do not think I am indispensable, I am not. Anybody can kill me. Even the smallest of creature can kill me. But when you kill me, somebody more deadly will rise, and you will cry that you will rather have me than him, just as you now say that Yusuf Mohamed is more lenient that me. "I am a leader, I don't have any president; I am my president.

"Late Aminu Kano, Late Tafawa Balewa are not Muslims, they are all pagans. I am going to kill all the Imams and other Islamic clerics in Nigeria because they are not Muslims since they follow democracy and constitution. Senator Ali Modu Sheriff is a pagan, Senator Ali Ndume is also a pagan and they are all inclusive. I am against democracy and you should better get prepared.

"It is Allah that instructed us, until we soak the ground of Nigeria with Christian blood, and so-called Muslims contradicting Islam. [We will kill and wonder] what to do with smelling of their corpses, smelling of Obama, Bush and Jonathan. Then we will open prison and imprison the rest. Infidels have no value."This is a war against Christians and democracy and their constitution. Allah says we should finish them when we get them.

"In fact, you are supposed to wash and re-wash a plate Christian eats food from before you eat as Muslims. Are Christians the people we should play with? They killed us in Shendam, Zangon Katab and all the places. It is either you are with us or you are with them, and when we see you, we will harvest your neck with knife

Now that the operational leadership and visible face of Boko Haram, in the person of the filth called Mr. Abubakar Shekau (aka Darul Tawheed), has finally admitted that they were responsible for the abduction of hundreds of our school girls and that they intend to ''sell them in the market like slaves'', This will enable us to understand the nature of whom and what we are dealing with and allow us to consider what the appropriate response ought to be if we really want to solve the problem.

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has told us that 90 per cent of the girls that were abducted from their school at Chibok were Christians. The President himself alluded to this yesterday during his media chat when he said that ''the majority'' of girls that were abducted were Christians. The following have also been brought to my attention:

1. That the majority of the girls that either ''escaped'' or were released by their abductors were Muslims.

2. That the Governor of Borno state refused to accept the counsel and abide by the directives of WAEC that the exams should not take place in Chibok due to the precarious security situation and instead he insisted that the exams should take place there and that he would guarantee the security of the children.

3. That the girls that have been kidnapped are being raped up to 15 times a day by their captors and that those amongst them that have refused to convert to Islam are having their throats cut (read the testimony of one of the girls that ''escaped'' on page 8 of the Vanguard Newspaper, 5th April, 2014).

4. That there was not a single adult in the school grounds watching over the 278 girls that entire night apart from one security man and that there was no electricity, no generator, no principal, no matron, no house master and no house mistress in the grounds with them.

5. That the children were all alone in their dormitories that night in the blistering heat and deepest darkness before the Haramites arrived to carry them away into captivity.

6. That two of the ladies that met with the First Lady on 4th April and that held themselves out as representatives of the families of the abducted children did not in fact have any link with the children or their families at all and hence they were arrested for impersonation.

7. That the soldiers that were guarding the school in Chibok were redeployed a few hours before Boko Haram launched their attack and abducted the children.

8. That this was a predominantly Christian school and that Chibok is predominantly a Christian town and community.

In my view these facts are relevant and instructive. When one considers them, the picture of what really happened at Chibok on that tragic night, what the real intentions of the abductors and their secret sponsors were and what is really going on now is getting clearer by the day.

Ordinarily whether the children are Christians, Muslims, pagans or atheists really should not matter because, regardless of their faith, we want them all back and we must fight for them all to be returned to their homes and loved ones.

However the fact that 90 per cent of them are Christian adds a sinister and frightening dimension to the whole horrific episode and it is glaring evidence of the fact that Christian girls are now being targeted by the Islamists and that those girls are being ''sold in the market'', being forced to convert to Islam and being turned into sex slaves.

Let me put it on record that I am of the view that it was a monumental error for the police to arrest the two ladies that were part of the delegation that went to see the First Lady on April 4th despite the reasons adduced for doing so. That single action was an unnecessary distraction and an abuse of power. Worst still it left the Federal Government and the Presidency itself open to a lot of criticism and accusations of insensitivity and high-handedness.

This is especially so given the fact the fact that the two ladies, from what I have been told, are both very prominent members of one or two of the groups that have been agitating for the release of the girls. Those that ordered their arrest are making things far worse for the Government and it is increasingly clear to me that as a consequence of this single action they are fast losing the little goodwill that they may have left with the Nigerian people. If the war is to be won such errors must be avoided and the government must work hard to win back the confidence of our people.

I am one of those that believe that the Federal Government has failed woefully in their primary duty to protect the Nigerian people and I have enunciated that position more than anyone else in this nation in numerous essays and contributions over the last three years. However I honestly believe that today the problem has become so serious and pronounced and that the conflict has reached such a critical stage that criticising and lambasting the government alone will not help. The truth is that such an approach has certainly has not achieved much in the last three years because nothing has changed.

I believe that it is time for us to change tactics in order to achieve better results even though we must not relent in demanding that our President and his security and intelligence agencies do their job properly and provide the necessary security for our people. We also need to understand and appreciate the fact that this matter goes way beyond politics. It goes way beyond whether you are for or against Jonathan.

It goes way beyond whether you are in the APC, PDP, APGA, Labour or UPN. It goes way beyond whether you are a progressive or a conservative. It goes way beyond whether you are a Christian or a Muslim or whether you are from the north or the south.

The bitter truth is that regardless of wherever you come from, whatever your faith is and whichever side of the political divide you stand, we all have a duty to get to the bottom of this matter, join forces, close ranks, find out what is really going on and bring this nightmare to an end. We must join hands with all men and women of goodwill and, together, we must fight this insidious evil that seeks to envelop our land and overwhelm our people.

To be sure there is only one thing worse than failing to protect your people and that is when you organise and mobilise some misguided and mentally unstable miscreants to use religion as a political tool and get them to blow up, kill, abduct, rape and maim innocent men, women and children in an attempt to destabilise the country, spark off a religious war, change the status quota, pull down the government, induce a military coup, dismember our country and cow the Nigerian people into submission.

That is what those that are the secret supporters and sponsors of Boko Haram are doing and attempting to achieve. They are also interested in furthering the sinister and barbaric agenda of the Taliban, the Al Nosra Front, Al Shabab, Islamic Jihad, Hamas and Al Qaeda whose wish is to destroy the secular state and to establish an Islamic fundamentalist state. They wish to establish a radical new caliphate in the west African sub-region where Christianity and moderate Islam is banned, where women are treated like sub-human beings and chattel and which is governed by the strictest form of Islamic Sharia law.

To this end it is interesting to note that the evil is spreading. A glaring testimony to that sad fact is the fact that an Army barracks was attacked by Boko Haram in the Camerouns on 5th April and after killing two army officers they freed all their fellow terrorists and Islamists that had been detained there. What is going on is dangerous, bloody, vicious, heartless, brutal, deep, dark and sinister and it is a conspiracy of monumental proportions. It is a conspiracy which we have all fallen victim to. It is a conspiracy that is fuelled by secrecy and strengthened by the reluctance of those that know better and that know the truth to speak out and expose it.

It is a conspiracy that also receives massive funding and covert support from various governments and Royal families in the Middle East whose support for the salfists is well known and whose wahabbi doctrines and philosophy is exceptionally dangerous. These are the type of people that we are dealing with and these are the times that we are living in.

It is left for the President and his team to rise up to the occasion, tell the Nigerian people the bitter truth about all that is going on behind the scenes, remove the kid gloves, get real and fight the Haramists and their sponsors with all that he has got.

If he refuses to do it or if he is cowered into not doing so by the moderate and dovish voices that appear to be around him, he can be rest assured that sooner than later this country will break up and he will go down in history as the last President of a united Nigeria. Worse still if he is not careful there may well be a military coup which will not be welcome by any right-thinking person and which everyone dreads. We must assist him as best as we can to ensure that this does not happen.

I have little doubt that the President knows who those that are behind Boko Haram are: it is now time for him to exercise his full powers, expose them and deal with them in a brutal and savage manner.

It is time for him to show strength and to lead us into this war against terror boldly. It is time for him to be a Commander-in Chief that we can all be proud of. It is time for him to use his full power and to detain and interrogate all those that he suspects may be linked to the terrorists.

It is time for him to rise up to the occasion and to crush the evil and the forces of darkness that have challenged our way of life, everything that is dear to us and indeed our very existence.  It is time for him to use every method known to man to vigorously fight the insurgency, including better intelligence gathering and the usage of ''black ops'', ''wet boys'', covert operations and maximum co-operation with various foreign and international intelligence and security agencies.

It is time for him to ruthlessly bomb the notorious and Boko Haram-infested Sambisi forest with nepam and burns it, together with everything and everyone that is in it, to the ground. It is time for him to exercise the right of ''hot pursuit'' and to pursue the Haramites into the Cameroun’s, Chad, the Niger Republic or anywhere else if and when it is necessary for him to ever do so.

It is time for him to prove to the world that the Nigerian people are not insensitive cowards and that we know how to fight and to protect our own. It is time for him to rise up and to exercise the full powers and authority of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. It is time for him to do whatever it takes to bring our girls back home and to let us hold our heads up high once again.