Features, Social Saturday

WAZAL COUTURE – From Cameroon To Paris!

Born into family specialising in couture in 1984, Joseph Marie Nga Ayissi quickly picked up interest under his father’s tutelage. His dad being a men’s tailor, naturally geared Ayissi to follow in his footsteps. AyissiContinue reading

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Cross-Atlantic Tales, Features, Inspire Career

Connecting the dots – Tayo’s Diaspora Story.

“All things work together for good” Romans 8:28 – The Bible.   I remember when I was about 7 years old, I was still struggling to read while my 5-year-old brother was progressing at aContinue reading

Features

The I just came backs – A Bella Naija Feature Story

They are all over the happening lounges, clubs and eateries in Lagos and Abuja.  They are still trying to keep up appearance while pretending that they are sitting in Starbucks in Manhattan. You cannot missContinue reading

Immigration Information

Immigrating to Ireland again

I am still getting emails on Ireland; rather than answer individually, I thought I should bring this here. 2 things to note; Ireland’s immigration system is not points based but rather is geared towards allowingContinue reading

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The Guardian INC. – A concierge service for school children

  “We realized there was a gap for guardians for school children when friends and family kept coming to us to assist them monitor and look after their children in UK boarding schools”. Who areContinue reading

Immigration Information

Immigrating to Ireland- Critical Skills Employment Permits

Nothing excites us more at DC than receiving an email from a reader as this just confirms that the information we provide on this website is indeed useful. As long as our readership continues toContinue reading

Immigration Information

The Derivative Residence Visa – Ezinwa’s Story.

You’re eligible for a derivative residence card if you are in the UK and you’re one of the following: the primary carer of someone who has the right to live in the UK the primary carer’sContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales

What Will be Will Be

Ify worked as a branch manager in a very popular bank in the city. At 37 she was single, had no children and lived a very modest life. She spent her time relaxing at home orContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Social Saturday

My Saturday Scholarship Story – Odam Ebokpo

Thank you Odam for your delightful, inspirational story and for the lovely pictures. Wishing you the very best in Paris. Please do an article for us on how to seek and apply for scholarships.   It was differentContinue reading

Inspire Career

Inspire Career series – Design & Build Project Management

Obi is a project manager for one of the largest construction companies in the UK. He studied Mechanical Engineering and worked in the Power Sector for a few years but decided to pursue his passionContinue reading

Social Saturday

Queen Onyema’s 50th – T’was a night to remember!

Welcome to Social Saturday! Our day to kick back relax and catch up with some diaspora entertainment news! The CEO, Mrs Queen Onyema of Afro Queen Hair Salon – one of the more popular beautyContinue reading

DC Enterpreneur

DC Entrepreneur – Naturally Tribal Skincare

I stumbled upon this company’s booth at the recently concluded African Fashion Week London. What attracted me to then approach the Managing director (MD) was the fact that their stall stood out amidst those of other vendors. Theirs was notContinue reading

Events, Social Saturday

AFRICAN FASHION WEEK LONDON (AFWL) 2017

Exactly a week ago from today was the very much anticipated AFWL. It was a burst of fashion, trends and creativity as emerging fashion designers and models lit the runway with their unique offering. This wouldContinue reading