Multiple-Award-Winning Artist /Designer, Vivian Timothy Ends Year With Outstanding Finissage (Photos)


Nigerian Germany based, multiple-award-winning artist /Cultural ambassador, Vivian Timothy finished her one month exhibition with a painful and truthful revelation.

The day was filled with speeches calling Africa to wake up and take responsibility to rebuild their countries.  On performing her PROSE, Vivian said, “her dancing wasn’t to praise Mama Africa, but a dance of sorrow for Mama Africa for allowing herself of exploitation and economically prostitution.”

She called African leaders to wake up and take charge and help their people,  instead of laying accusing finger to others or Westerners. She said is time to stop crying over a spilt milk and find a solution for their problems to help their people.


Nigerian Author, Clara Meierdiercks on her speech, spoke her disappointment on the economic recession, hunger and negligence on the leaders of African which is the major reason why African people die on daily basis on their way to Europe in search of greener pasture.


The Singer NOMINA Pamela, sang her latest single, yet to be released…  “African wake up” which moved all to tears.


Special thanks to African Week host, Julian  and Robert for a wonderful Organisation.


The event was covered by Delia Innoma for Diamond Celebrities.



Below is English Version of Vivian Timothy’s Prose, “Mama Africa.

For my non German speaking family and friends, this is the English Version of my PROSE,
Mama Africa ….,.,.


My land
My hope
My pride

Each time I try to wrap my arms around you,
You seem to be far away from me.

Instead you have politically, religiously and economically prostituted yourself with the world,
Mama Africa.

You have made yourself commercially attractive to the lust of the kings of exploitation.

You let them deceive you with their sweet words,
“You won’t be hurt” they said.

Your waywardness has stuck you in a system that sucks your blood,
Mama Africa!

Mother nature endowed you with everything, “A straight way to heaven”
But your numerous men paved a diamond road to the gates of hell,
Mama Africa.

You sold yourself out for what?

The diamonds meant for your beauty have turned into Blood Diamonds.

The good oil from your veins has turned out to be oil of doom,
Mama Africa.
How naive!

Even your rivers are in their hands.

They made you sell and buy your resources,
And you exchanged your treasures for what?
For guns?
To protect yourself from yourself?
How funny you believe “they won’t hurt you!”

Oh mama Africa!

Your soil that was once warm and soothing has turned into a volcanic landscape.

Your land, your air, your seas, even your mountains are all screaming:
“Run if you can!”

Your children are leaving you and dying on their journey to the so-called paradise in a quest for a better tomorrow.

And the few survivors are treated like Ebola, spitted, scorned and even isolated.

Mama Africa,
Your children are roaming the streets of their so-called promised land in search for an identity.

Wake up, mama Africa!
Your years of exploitation have made you old and weak.
Wake up from your slumber ,
Your have been kept in a coma for too long .
Your borrowed system has failed you.

Stop the blame game!
Accept the truth about you:
This counterfeit system is rather an illusion than freedom.

Oh, mama Africa!

The values you taught me,
are they still worth fighting for?
Is there any hope for tomorrow?
Are all our hopes lost for ever?



About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

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