Title of Book: Modern Maritime Law and Practice in Nigeria Publisher: University of Lagos Press Year of Publication: 2020 Place of Publication: Lagos, Nigeria Author: Ajuzie Chizoba Osondu Pages: 473 (excluding Preliminary Pages) Number of Chapters: 12 Reviewer: Professor Paul C. Ananaba (SAN) The book, in 12 chapters, looks at topical issues in maritime regulations…
Thursday, October 20, 2022, wives of military men gathered in Lagos to celebrate the launch of their book, The Military Wife.
It promises to be a display of literary fireworks as scholars, writers, authors, literary enthusiasts, critics and academics across the globe converge on the state-of-the-art Mamman Vatsa Writers Village
The Advisory Board for Nigeria Prize for Literature, sponsored by Nigeria LNG Limited, on Friday night, announced Nomad, authored by the poet, Romeo Oriogun, as the winner of the $100,000 prize
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A diamond is a precious gemstone symbolic of love and power, indomitability, and invincibility. To hug diamonds is to go for something unique, whose value is enduring, no matter the passage of time. The three main characters in Hugging Diamonds, a debut novel by Amarachi Florence Ndisi, aren’t your typical female archetypes satisfied with playing second…
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The philosopher Plutarch writes: “Most people bypass what is good and refreshing in their lives, and habitually focus on the unpleasant, bad elements.”
A true tool for memory preservation, family memoir is a form of writing that is underdeveloped in our region of the world. Beyond the maternal and paternal grandparents, most people hardly know who their great-grandpa and grandma were. It is wilful at times. Other times, it's because there aren't any family records and the conversation…
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Nine-year-old, Omogbolabo Odunbaku, has launched his first comic book, Omoh, an adaptation of his mum’s book, which tells inspiring stories of her life.