‘How the Carnegie Africa Diaspora Fellowship enriched my knowledge of home’
Otherwise, for a while, it’s been just one fellowship. The opportunity of coming here the second time, selected by Carnegie, indicates that I actually have something good going from the first report on my visit.
Joop Berkhout… Publishing doyen celebrates 50 Years in Nigeria
In the same vein, former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, noted that Nigeria owes it to Joop Berkhout to recognise his contribution to the intellectual life of the nation.
Obiorah Momife presents three poetry collections
Author of Roses and Thorns, Mr. Obiorah Momife, will, on Saturday, December 3, 2016, launch three of his latest poetry collections, So Far Away, Eye of The One Who Loves and Where Two Roads Meet.
Trevor Noah admits he's "very much afraid" of a Trump win
Trevor Noah's Daily Show concluded months of election coverage with a largely somber live show on Tuesday night.
Foundation celebrates life, works of Bentu 20 years on
Professor Luca T. Bentu’s Foundation recently opened a visual art exhibition in honour of the late foundation, the first professor of visual art to come out of ABU, who passed on about 20 years ago.
‘I wanted to write about Jos in a way it has not been written about’
Winner of the 2016 edition of The Nigerian Prize for Literature, sponsored by Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG), Mr. Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, has a lot to be thankful for...
Film village on Ugbomah’s mind as he nears 76
I’m very grateful to God for sparing my life till this moment. I became a man at the age of 10, when I started fending for myself and growing up in a competitive society.
How artist-scholars showed economic value of creativity
Areas of art such as painting, printing and graphics formed the content of a group exhibition titled Visual arts, Communication and Creativity at School of Art, Design and Printing (SADP), Yaba College of Technology, Lagos.