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.
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...
Moods Relic of Courage, a contemporary art exhibition by Jude Olotu, would be officially opened to the general public today at the Thought Pyramid Art Centre, Abuja.
A cloudy sky that feels more like a rainy day welcomes me into the home of Ebikebina-Tantua Diseye in Port Harcourt.
On August 19, 2019, Chairman of Senate Committee on Judiciary, Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, said the country’s copyright law, needed a lot of reforms.
A first novel, Kukuruku Girl: Tales of My Childhood, will be publicly presented at The Garden Freedom Park, Broad Street, Lagos, on April 9, 2022.
When talking about Alhaji Olateju Wasee Kareem, it makes sense to remember the yearly Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange Project (WSICE).
When the world went into lockdown in 2020, its multibillion-dollar theatre industry almost ceased to exist. Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) brought live shows to an abrupt halt.
Fast-rising artiste, Goya Menor, has said his December viral hit, Ameno Amapaino, now has a remix with the popular French singer, David Guetta.
Award-winning artiste, Omawumi Megbele; ace broadcaster and publisher, Adesuwa Onyenokwe; Nollywood lover boy, Ibrahim Suleiman; comedian Akpororo; award-winning actors
Emmanuel Umoren and Bruno Ajunam, both graduates of Ahmadu Bello University and students of Gani Odutokun(1946-1995), will be showcasing their recent paintings at Gemini Gallery, located at King George V Road, Onikan Lagos.