Cup of Tea is the title of an anthology of poems written by Sandra Belema Ekine. The entire collection is considered Belema scribbles. It is a paperback collection of 118 pages, 60 poems, and 15 paintings in pictures.
Akinpelu... Revisiting history of the Yorubas
This year marks the centennial anniversary of the publication of the magisterial work: “The History of the Yorubas” written by Reverend Samuel Johnson, a scion of the famous Johnson family. The writing of the book was a huge undertaking and for a man without a university education, it was a wonderful accomplishment. After completing its…
Outdooring of Folu Koyi’s The World At Their Feat
Despite the country’s enormous security and other developmental challenges, as well as, criminal activities of some of her nationals abroad, Nigeria is blessed with huge human capital scattered...
African chapter of UN SDG Book Club comes alive
After several months of planning and building, the UN SDG Book Club, African Chapter has finally been inaugurated. The event held on April 23, 2021 via Facebook live in commemoration of UNESCO World Book and Copyright Day.
FG to go tough against online piracy, other intellectual theft
The Federal Government has stated its determination to stamp out online and physical piracy and other forms of intellectual theft in order to encourage creativity
Popoola… Changing the metal metaphor narrative
Like most young children, Dotun Popoola’s childhood was full of innovative thoughts and creative activities. His adventure into waste exploration began as a child, when he started crafting cars out of used milk and tomato tins.
Interrogating Ofoegbu’s Igbo people of Nigeria, big outside, small at home
Igbo people of Southeast Nigeria are synonymous with adventure and industry. They are also believed to be endowed with good business acumen.
When poets read from Wreaths for a Wayfarer
Over 40 poets from Europe, Africa and North America participated in the World Poetry Day virtual launch of Wreaths for a Wayfarer: An Anthology in Honour of Pius Adesanmi edited by Nduka Otiono and Uche Peter Umezurike. The event, which held Sunday, March 21, was facilitated by Otiono and Ndubuisi Martins, an Ibadan-based poet and author…
Yomi-Sholoye comes with feast of gratitude
The Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, was where to be last Tuesday, March 23, as high networth guests, royal fathers, friends and family converged on the facility to celebrate the philanthropist....