BLACK NATION TEND TO BE FOLLOWERS RATHER THAN DO US!


Its Designers Competition. The Sporah Show Meets the winners for Fashion for Africa 2010-2011.

15 comments:

  1. Anonymous17:24

    Good staff!

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  2. Anonymous18:04

    TRUE TRUE TRUE, MOST AFRICANS ARE FOLLOWERS!

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  3. Anonymous18:12

    Bravo sporah..

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  4. Anonymous18:34

    MAGNIFIQUE.

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  5. Anonymous02:11

    SEE U SOON IN LAGOS NIGERIA SPORA.

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  6. Anonymous02:15

    Love your talk show! Pls keep it up.

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  7. From Yours02:22

    THIS IS REAL!!
    Sporah, in this multidimensional institution called 'Global Village, there is no perfect fabric or cloak that you can use to determine the state of mind of any cultural group, or institution, unless you move to the fringes. The world is getting closer or smaller by the minute, and people are learning to be multitask, multilingual,multicultural,etc, and in all its complexities, there are great levels of dynamic influence giving birth to a new breed of tolerance and interculture from the young generation. Ideologically, you may be begging the question, because, now, everybody is following somebody. The appeal or the zest for knowledge is articulated in people who are prepared to improve their lifestyles, and also become just people of this open societies. I don't really know from what angle you are drawing or basing your argument, but it is high time Africa must come out of its superstitious world and join the free world, where we don't have to use machetes in the farms, but be able to build our own tractors. Africa, where we don't have to burn innocent lives for fear of practicing witchcraft. A new Africa, where we learn to produce to be self-sufficient, and process final products from our industries, rather than being tagged 'consumers for life'. If you want to follow or copy another, the direction where you are heading should be the prime concern and not the attribute. We should as Africans follow the footsteps of the progressive societies, and stop rationing basic social amenities like water, electricity, etc and learn from innovation of applying solar energy, which is free to our advantage to light our homes. Clean environment, competitive education, strong leadership, innovative technology, etc, should be the new drive. We should stop basking on empty pride of frivolous traditions that have not freed us from wanton lack of necessities and abject poverty. Isn't it disappointing to point the wrong finger? I rest my case!

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  8. Anonymous03:08

    Karibu Congo spora.

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  9. Anonymous03:22

    Your right girl, most African designers are sooooo unserious beyond believe. I love you sporah

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  10. Anonymous07:25

    Keep on with the glamourous, aspirant, multi-faceted and genuine Africa that you portray Sporah.

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  11. Anonymous07:36

    MOST OF THEM ARE STYLIST AS YOU SAID SPORAH BUT NOT DESIGNERS!
    THANKS FOR TELLING THEM.

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  12. Isaac07:50

    Hi sporah, You ve inspired,motivated and uplifted me sister.I mean you ve breath another life in me..YOUR ENRICHING SHOW! Godbless you.

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  13. Anonymous08:09

    Sometimes it takes losing everything you thought you needed to gain everything you ever wanted, Nadhani umenielewa Sporah! Usigeuke nyuma, KIMBIAAAAA! Uko Juuuuuuuuuuuu

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  14. Anonymous13:16

    Looking Mwah! Sporah

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  15. Anonymous13:26

    Hi this is a very educative program and I enjoy and learn a lot from each show I watch. Keep up the good job Sporah.

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