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OneBarrow Bloggers Battlefield

Blogging has been a way to share thoughts, personal views of issues surrounding our everyday lives. But it has been a playground for those with resources while those with the necessary skills to blog or to test their writing skills have been relegated to the sidelines of just supporting others view point. OneBarrow creates a place for any Africans to blog, share their views and as Americans would say, exercise their God given right to free speech without fear of reprimand. Although OneBarrow promotes educational view points, it nevertheless views others view points as an instrument to promoting awareness in Africa

Top bloggers such as the likes of Linda Ikeji,Jide Ogunsanya of ogbonge, Noble Igwe of 360nobs, Uche Eze of BellaNaija, Ovie of NotjustOk, Japheth Omojuwa, Chude Jideonwo, Loy Okieze, Onibalusi Bamidele and Makinde Azeez proves that materials can serve as a channel for news, entertainment, motivations etc to Africans.

The African bloggers award shows the diversity in blogging as the winners which are:

Best blog in Africa: Niaje (Kenya)
Best Instagrammer in Africa: Gareth Pon (South Africa)
Advice: The Techie Guy (South Africa)
Arts and Culture: 10and5 (South Africa)
Brand Blog: Brandslut (South Africa)
Business: Techloy (Nigeria)
Digital Marketing: Gotta Quirk (South Africa)
Education: Campus Portal Nigeria (Nigeria)
Entertainment: Just Curious (South Africa)
Events and Nightlife: Nairobi Now (Kenya )
Fashion and Beauty: Curvy Chronicles (Kenya)
Finance: FNB Blog (South Africa)
Hobbies: Fortress of Solitude (South Africa)
Lifestyle: We Are Awesome (South Africa)
Music: Ghana Music (Ghana)
Niche Market: Actors (Kenya)
Other: Africa Business Magazine (across the continent)
Parenting: Rattle and Mum (South Africa)
Personal: Xtian Dela (Kenya)
Photography: The Pretty Blog (South Africa)
Specific to Your Country: BongoSwaggz (Kenya)
Sports: The Bounce (South Africa)
Technology and Gadgets: Lazy Gamer (South Africa)
Travel: Getaway (South Africa)
Youth Culture: The Travel Manuel (South Africa)

shows the diversity of interest in Nigeria. We at OneBarrow believe that knowledge converged is of greater effect than isolated ones. Feel free to blog and you may stand the chance of blogging yourself to the limelight
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