To Hell With Cliques and Camps (#NECLive 2014 Opening Speech) – Ayeni Adekunle

AYENI ADEKUNLE

I have mixed feelings as I write. I feel good because what started out as a wish, an idea to bring the creative and entertainment industry in Nigeria together annually has become a reality. There was the pleasant surprise of the success of our debut last year, and the amazing support this year’s event has received from far and near. Today should be indeed a happy day. But it’s not. I feel pain because I know that there’s so much work to be done. And we’re not even scratching the surface.

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There is nothing like digital PR – Ayeni Adekunle

Ayeni Adekunle Samuel

By Goddie Ofose –  Lagos The CEO Black House Media (BHM) Group, Ayeni Adekunle, a young but vibrant integrated communication outfit in Lagos, could pass for a young entrepreneur by all standards. He started out in the media as an entertainment journalist with Encomium and then moved to Thisdaywhere he created a genre called music journalism. Continue reading…

Shame to bad people!

If you’re reading this right now, congratulations to me. Because that means, after what seems like forever, I’ve been able to actually sit down and write again.

I know many bad people who will say  ‘keep quiet my friend! What’s the point, when you’ll soon disappear for another 10 weeks?’ Continue reading…