I always see myself as a product of grace, says AY
The celebration has been ongoing. I think the most difficult part of my career was the early stage when it wasn’t easy to get other people in the industry to accept me as a stand up comedian.
Evangelist Ebenezer Obey marks 75th birthday with music foundation and training institute
Yes, it did. Immediately I was born, my mother started taking me to church. My mother loved God so much and I grew up to see myself in the church. So, I was introduced to music from the church.
‘Gabriel Okara has written in all genres, yet not much attention has been given to his work’
A symposium was organised by the Faculty of Humanity, University of Port Harcourt, in 1991, to celebrate Gabriel Okara at 70. That year I was away, doing my PhD programme at the University of Bordeaux, France.
Declare public holiday for traditional religion, say adherents
Traditionalists have urged President Muhammadu Buhari to send an executive bill to the National Assembly to declare August 20 Isese Day as public holiday to celebrate the various age-long cultures and traditions across the country.
AMP moves Nollywood forward with Nollycare
‘Nollycare: A Nollywood Health and Business Retreat,’ to enlighten filmmakers and members of the various guilds of the need to take care of their health and also talked on how they can access funds for their films.
Adinoyi-Ojo: Harvest of tributes, elegies for the pen master, acolyte of the muse
His play, “The Killing Swamp” was one of the three finalists for the 2010 NLNG Literature Award. In April, 2014, the riveting historical play, that spotlights the struggle in the Niger Delta, thrilled audiences in Abuja for...
To activate live theatre we need to encourage more performances, says Ewenla
There is theatre everywhere and you will only get it if you know how to look for it. As a practitioner, we don’t consider anywhere to be a strange place; prisons, hospitals and orphanages are all suitable for performance.
Dillibe Onyeama revives occult novels of the 80s
Remember novels like Juju, Secret Society, Nigger at Eton, Sex Is a Nigga’s Game, Night Demon, Revenge of the Medicineman, Godfathers of Voodoo? These were bestselling releases of the 1970s and 1980s that deepened the mystery of the African.....