Literature:Folklorist Maps History Of Hometown, Biu
ALTHOUGH history is a very interesting and engaging subject that provides a bridge between the past and present and also clears a path to the future, Nigeria has become poorer for taking history out of secondary school curriculum.
Strokes Of Equal Right In Omoighe’s Alarming Narratives
Three years after Mike Omoighe dragged his canvas into the issues of managing a complex country like Nigeria, the artist takes his narrative a step further, focusing equity.
Snapped Nigeria: Another Opportunity For Nigerian Filmmakers
There is an opportunity for Nigerian directors and actors to be part of an innovative ‘social movie’ collaborative film project. The collaborative project dubbed Snapped Nigeria will hold in Lagos this January and February 2016.
Theatre: Jungle Justice… A Kangaroo Court In Session
MANY have likened the spate of rash and contradictory judgments and pronouncements from Nigeria’s judiciary to what happens in a kangaroo or banana republic. In fact, pronouncements from Nigerian courts sometimes leave serious-minded people in open-soul amazement as only a dysfunctional system could produce such judicial charade.
In Amazon Kindle, Bisi Daniels Finds Literary Food
BISI Daniels, Nigeria’s leading adventure novelist and prolific author has launched revised editions of some of his bestselling novels of the popular investigative journalist, Peter Abel’s thriller series and other books on Amazon Kindle.
End Time Warning
Behold, the day of the LORD cometh, cruel both with wrath and fierce anger, to lay the land desolate: and he shall destroy the sinners thereof out of it (Isaiah 13:9).
Render to Ceaser puts Nollywood on FESPACO 2015’s A-List
AS soon as curtain draws on Saturday on the 65th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival, attention of players in the world of cinema will shift to Africa, this time Burkina Faso for the 2015 edition of Festival of Pan African Cinema in Ouagadougou otherwise called FESPACO. Held biennially in Ouagadougou, Fespaco, which is…
Theatrics of Nigerian politics in Oriki Of A Grasshopper
I CAN recall how George Patrick Carlin that Grammy-winning American actor and author lucidly segregated the society, saying: “Some people see things that are and ask, why? Some people dream of things that never were and ask, why not? Some people have to go to work and don't have time for all that.” Professor…
When DELSU celebrated literary feats of Ukala, Yeibo
THE Niger Delta region has become a metaphor for ambivalence in Nigeria’s chequered history. This is reflective of seemingly contradictory offerings that come from the oil-rich region, which is at once a nightmare zone of oil wealth despoiling the flora and fauna, hotbed for militancy just as it is a fertile land of artistic expression…