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.
We have made street music festivals popular in Nigeria, says Oti Bazunu
Oti Bazunu seems always animated but it is controlled animation, like a tightly wound spring that could explode with little prompting. He speaks with a slight American accent ...
‘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...
The trailer of TWP shown ahead of the premiere in TIFF
The Wedding Party (TWP), created quite the buzz, when it was released a few weeks ahead of its world premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
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.
ANA names Okediran, Agada, Amadi as fellows
According to ANA President, Mr. Denja Abdullahi, the honour of fellow is to be conferred on them for their dedicated service to the association and proven contributions to the development of Nigerian literature.
‘The demon is not in the artworks Christians, Muslims burn, it is in the people that need deliverance’
I have called this work ‘Enigmatic Leader.’ I gave it that title because I have tried to create an outcome that provokes different forms of reaction.
Otiono donates projector, books to Delta State University
In a bid to promote excellence in higher education in Delta State, a university don and winner of Capital Educators’ Award for teaching excellence in Canada, Prof. Nduka Otiono ...