On Friday, August 7, 2020, the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, sponsors of Nigeria Prize for Literature, announced postponement of the 2020 cycle of the Nigeria Prize for Science...
Understanding IBB’s political decisions
For some Nigerians, the former Nigerian military president, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, popular called IBB, was a modern-day political philosopher.
2020 NLNG Prize for Literature award postponed
The 2020 edition of the Nigerian Prize for Literature has been postponed, the organisers said at a virtual conference on Friday. The organisers blamed the COVID-19 pandemic for the postponement.l Although entries for the year were made before the deadline, there were challenges with adjudication of the entries. The cycle that was planned for this…
Abuja Literary Society to Host Festival Geared at Awakening the Art of Empathy
The Abuja Literary Society (ALS) is set to host its third annual festival tagged, “The Art of Empathy.” The three day event tagged ALitFest – Abuja. The Literary and Arts Festival will hold from 13 – 15 of August 2020. In order to welcome a wider participation of the growing literary community in…
Sanya in Alphabets Of Leadership For Youths
The target audience of the author of the Alphabets of Leadership For Young Minds is the youth of modern-day Nigeria. The author, Odunayo Sanya, is a mother of three
In Winning With People, Akinloye, Owolabi interrogate performance culture
It is people that make it possible for organisations to be profitable not the process. It is people that interact with customers not spreadsheets.”
At WED Dialogue, Poetry Festival, humanity told to reconnect with environment
The 2020 World Environment day was marked in Nigeria with a virtual event tagged, WED Dialogue and Poetry Festival 2020.
WSICE 2020 in throes of New World Order
Undeterred by the COVID-19 rage and its attendant disruption of the social order, the Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange (WSICE) is set to hold its yearly programme
Remain positive, hopeful, inquisitive, author tells children
Remain positive, hopeful and Inquisitive,” that is how the author of children’s storybook, Igho Goes to Farm, Mr. Anote Ajeluorou, has charged children in Nigeria and around the globe as the world continues to battle the deadly Coronavirus pandemic that has temporarily...
Jordan Hill celebrates young authors
Jordan Hill Creative Writing and Reading Workshop, last Wednesday, celebrated young, published authors, as well as hosted the public presentation of their books as part of activities marking this year’s Children’s Day tagged, Story Fest 2020.
Interrogating Nigeria’s security initiatives
Several arguments and conversations have trailed recent security developments in Nigeria. The book, Rethinking Security Initiatives in Nigeria, written by Babafemi Adesina Badejo, and published by Yintab Books, Lagos, 2020, is a prompt and authoritative response.