Femi Akomolafe is a computer consultant, a writer and social commentator, an avid reader, and a passionate Pan-Africanist who lives in Kasoa, Ghana. Femi is known to hold strong opinions and to express them in the strongest terms possible. As he likes to remind his readers: "As my Yoruba people say: Oju orun teye fo, lai fara gbara. It means that the sky is big enough for all the birds to fly without touching wings."

Femi Akomolafe's views, opinions, and thoughts can be accessed on the blog he maintains: http://ekitiparapo.blogspot.com/.

We like to call Femi (with his approval) Our man in Africa, as he brings a unique African perspective to Swans.

His work can be accessed in the yearly archives, at:

2008 || 2009 || 2010 || 2011 || 2012

Never use both feet to test the depth of the sea.
—African proverb

Swans - ISSN: 1554-4915
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Created: February 20, 2009
Last Updated: December 25, 2011