TONY TOKUNBO ETEKA FERNANDEZ

 

Our Supporters

Africa Awakening is proud to be associated with the listed supporters  who have been involved in some form of marketing, collaboration or social network. We believe in bringing communities together and working in partnership with groups and initiatives who are eager to make a difference to the local communities and the lives of others.   


Come to Nigeria

The concept behind Come to Nigeria came up in order to let the whole world rediscover the abundant wealth of opportunities Nigeria has to offer and to encourage tourism and its potential role as a major instrument for socio-economic development. We believe that by doing this we will be able to open windows of opportunities not only for the locals, but also for the tourists for interaction  and cultural exchange.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the eighth most populous country in the world with a population of over 140 million. Tourism is relatively a budding enterprise in Nigeria but owing to Nigeria,s potentials, it has undergone a gradual but progressive evolution in the last three decades.







The Louise Chandler Show - BBC Radio Berkshire

Join Loiuse every Sunday night from 9pm for the latest news and events for Berkshires African and Caribbean communities. living
During Black History Month, Louise will be updating you on events taking place across Berkshire as well as  discussing topical issues:

How do you define yourself nowadays as a Black person living in Berkshire?
Why is it important to celebrate BHM across Berkshire in one designated month -shouldn't it be BHM every month?
 Is Black History Month relevant to kids growing up today in Berkshire?
 Be part of the show every Sunday from 9pm-10pm email - louise.chandler@bbc.co.uk


                                      







Black Presence


The Black Presence was originally called  "The Black Presence in Britain"
Started in 1998, it is run by 3 Shires Media. Owner and editor- Phil Gregory, set up the site to gather information about the black diaspora.
The site welcomes you to register and contribute your own articules, users can also comment on every articule posted
Black Presence also has a forum area where like minded people can debate the topics of the day.

To visit our site, click on  http://www.blackpresence.co.uk