Author: Diaspora Chronicles

Cross-Atlantic Tales

My lingo, my problem?

Hello people! This is a fun post to take a dig at me and hopefully you will join in the fun. So who has problems with letting go of some consonants, pre-fixes or suffixes, phrasesContinue reading

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Cross-Atlantic Tales, Immigration Information

Bringing your domestic worker to the UK

Someone just wrote me from Africa the other day and they specifically wanted to know if they could bring their “housegirl” to the UK. Now that is what we call Domestic helps in some partsContinue reading

DC Enterpreneur, Social Saturday

All in the details – Bead Jewellery

I love brooches with a passion. I believe nothing screams lady than that little or medium accessory on your outfit. Imagine my joy when I noticed that the data analyst at work loved brooches too,Continue reading

Education

2018 Scholarships for developing countries

Scholarship windows are opening up again. Please avail yourself of the opportunity. Remember our poster scholarship girl on  click here. If she can do it so can you. Best of luck.  United Kingdom scholarships Gates CambridgeContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Immigration Information

Out with a Bang! In with a Crunch!

Are you going to Lolu’s Exit Party? That was the question all around the African Community in the weeks leading up to the biggest party in town. Our very own Lolu was relocating to IbadanContinue reading

Cross-Atlantic Tales, Immigration Information

The streets are not lined with Gold!

Recently I was having a conversation with a friend and they complained bitterly about the situation back home in Africa. The consensus according to my friend was that being abroad was the answer to allContinue reading

Immigration Information

Good News! UK eases rules for Student Work Visas

In recent times, I have watched with sadness as loads of immigrant UK graduates who would have loved to forge a career in the UK leave the country due to no staying options. It isContinue reading