Last Saturday, we attended ‘Music of Many Colours’, an evening organised by Transcultural Visions that celebrated Nigerian classical music and honoured the late Fela Sowande who is recognised as the most distinguished African composer of classical music.   This was a really fun and informative event which featured the Singing Cultures Choir, a visual presentation Read More

Over the past few months we’ve travelled throughout London to attend some great events. We love getting out and about as it gives us a really good opportunity to meet parents, our young readers and many of our social media followers – it’s always nice putting faces to names. Three events that we really enjoyed Read More

During October we had the pleasure of visiting a number of libraries to deliver book reading sessions. These sessions included a viewing of our book trailer, readings from The Hidden Temple of Ogiso, a discussion about moral lessons learnt from the reading, a quiz based on the reading and an overview of interesting African facts. Read More

Last night, we attended ‘Building Things for Nigeria 2.0’, an event that gave those in the tech industry the opportunity to showcase how they’re using IT solutions to address health, business, finance and social challenges.   One of the presentations that really stood out for us and really demonstrated the power that technology can have Read More

Last Saturday, we had a fantastic day at Africa on the Square where we had a stall. Africa on the Square is London’s largest celebration of African culture. This is an annual event that includes live performances, food, children’s activities, workshops and an African Market.   This has been the largest event we have attended since Read More

We’ve had a busy few months here at Obi and Titi HQ. As well as launching the fourth book in our series, Queen Idia’s Mask, and preparing for our new pop-up shop, we’ve had the pleasure of attending a number of community events. The highlights of our outings were the International Cultural Day, Africa Utopia Read More

We’ve continued with our social media campaign #BookOfTheWeek and if you missed the books we featured on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram during the months of June and July, here they are:   Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters is set in Zimbabwe and is tells the tale of Mufaro’s two daughters, two beautiful girls who react in different Read More

We are so happy to inform you of our new pop-up shop which opens on Wednesday 14th September at Lambeth College and thereafter will be open every 4th and 2nd Wednesday of the month until December 2016.   This is a great opportunity for us giving us a physical presence so that you can come Read More