was once again the man guilty of missing an easy chance in front of the goal.
My parents were regulars at Fela
's club, the Shrine, a sanctuary for everyone--the poor, the rich, criminals, runaways, drug addicts--all were welcome Everyone in Nigeria affectionately called Fela
"Baba, " or father.
, accident victims and their families had a basic insurance coverage floor on which they could rely.
and Rotimi, who practiced their art at a time when Pidgin English had become a well-established medium of postcolonial deviance, the writers of Onitsha market literature employed the language of their colonizers.
Cuando volvian a su cuarto, Fela
y una de sus amigas se toparon en el elevador con un hombre "guapisimo" que iba al mismo piso que ellas: Manolo Fabregas.
They are followed by an even more sprightly set of selections from Nigerian-born Fela
Sowande (1905-1987), three movements from his "African Suite.
Plaintiffs claimed that their previous releases were invalid because "under FELA
a release is only valid if it compromises a claimed liability.
Controversy about FELA
emerged shortly after its inception and the development of no-fault state workers' compensation programs.
calls his music Afro-beat," and its stacked syncopations are as clearly African as his idol (and inspiration) James Brown's mid- and late-1960s funk; after seeing Sierra Leonean Geraldo Pino, a James Brown imitator, in 1966, Fela
abandoned Nigerian high life for US.
Legale ba ne ba supa fa ba lebogela ditlhabololo tseo mme fela
ba kopa gore bana ba Ghanzi ba hirwe ka gore ba tlhoka ditiro.
Professor Wole Soyinka, Professor Pat Utomi, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, Barrister Olisa Agbakoba, Dr Obiageli Ezekwesili, Pastor Tunde Bakare, Mr Fela
Durotoye are among dignitaries expected to be present at a summit where the Nigeria Intervention Movement (NIM) will formally launch its third force initiative.
to premiere the documentary Finding Fela
, by Academy Award winning director Alex Gibney.