Author: Yao Atunwa

VISION August 2019 Issue

Posted by on 10.15.19 in Vision Magazine

In A World of Ironies: Taking Charge of Our Destiny

Posted by on 7.12.19 in Vision Magazine

Though bearer of the name Butler, I could only imagine Uriah “Buzz” Butler (January 21, 1887 – February 20, 1977) uttering the sentiment, precisely: “We have been the butlers of our colonial masters’ house for too long, it’s about time we seek to own our place of homestead.” That place of homestead is obviously these […]

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A Viable Plan for Grenada

Posted by on 7.12.19 in Vision Magazine

I am of the deep conviction that we in Grenada, by virtue of our small population, have an opportunity (a comparative advantage, if you will) to engage in the liberation of our populace that will typically pose a bigger challenge to many other nation-states, but one that is very practical and necessary for the said […]

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As Grenadians: We Would Be Left to Dance, Sing and Run!

Posted by on 7.12.19 in Vision Magazine

Several years ago I commented on the transformation of the Grenadian personality, as a people seek to be more assertive and dynamic in their interpersonal relations, and I attributed much of the impetus to come from the artistry of local artistes, particularly since the launching of Wilt Cambridge aka Talpree’s artistry to regional and international […]

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