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27 Apr
About 34 years after it was suspended, the popular television series, The Village Headmaster, returned to the network service of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), last Sunday.
27 Apr
The Oshodi Arts Gallery, Ikorodu, recently took a Lagos State delegation on a tour of its impressive collection at its mini-museum that houses over 17,000 cultural artefacts.
27 Apr
Fast-rising Nigerian-American artiste, Adedolapo Adekanbi, popularly known as DolapoTheVibe, has released her much anticipated single, Bonjour. It was produced by Miraqulous Beats.
27 Apr
Recently, art lovers converged on the Adeline Gallery, Ikoyi, Lagos, to witness expressionist paintings of Nostalgia artists such as Idowu Sonaya, Desmond Dubre, Nobert Okpu
27 Apr
A 132-page photobook, Stories of Impact: Real Women, Real Lives, Real Growth, will be formally launched tomorrow, April 28, 2022 at the Grooming Centre Multipurpose Hall, Ejigbo in Lagos.
27 Apr
The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) has expressed concern over the high cost of ‘Book Review Exercises’ being carried out by the state ministries of education and some Federal Government
24 Apr
Forty-five years after it hosted the Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture (FESTAC), the National Theatre still remains an issue in the country
24 Apr
The Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board’s (LASUBEB) EKOEXCEL has reiterated the importance of reading, noting that it will open vistas of development and opportunities
20 Apr
Femi Adekunle is a lawyer and writer. He spoke to GREGORY AUSTIN NWAKUNOR about his two new books – Inspirational Parenting and Busting Parenting Fallacies.
17 Apr
Ford Foundation, the grant-giving organisation that works to disrupt inequality in all its forms, is collaborating with the poet and performer, Wana Udobang
17 Apr
Onize Edith Aiyede is the author of Kukuruku Girl: Tales of My Childhood, a collection of stories of her formative years in Igarra, a community in the northern part of Edo State.
13 Apr
The list is quite a bit but by April 28, 2022, they will become household names. They are the likes of Alice Ogbonna, Blessing Idowu Fanu, Olaitan Okubena, Elizabeth Ezuma, Augustina Njoku, Chinelo John, Ifeoma Nweje, Scholastica Ugwuanyi...

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