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24 Apr
The 2022 edition of The Nigeria Prize for Literature, sponsored by Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) will have 287 poets compete for the $100,000 Prize.
24 Apr
Without a leader, a race is doomed to irreparably fail.” This quote picked from one of the passages in Joe Igbokwe’s new book titled, Igbos: 50 Years After Biafra,
17 Apr
The book being reviewed is Born A Genius by Victoria Praise Abraham. It emerged from three premises: The first is that we’re all creations of Jehovah God.
17 Apr
Carleton University’s Institute of African Studies and the Department of English Language and Literature recently launched Nduka Otiono’s latest book titled DisPlace
17 Apr
You walk by them daily: Women hard at work in their shops, farms, and market stalls. Dressed in Ankara, adire, or plain cotton, they administer their trades with dedication
10 Apr
“Those trees are fighting us in self-defense like they did the dinosaurs. They have every creature of this world on their side due to their inherent abilities to manipulate cerebral and neuron activities in creatures that come within their range as they did in past dealing with pests.”
3 Apr
The book titled, The Trial and Other Stories, written by Ifeoma Okoye. It contains nine stories that deal about widowhood in Igbo land. Much of the settings are in Enugu, Enugu State, where the author is based.
3 Apr
To deepen reading culture in Nigeria, a not-for-profit organisation, AIFA Reading Society, has honoured winners of its 2020/2021 AIFA essay competition, themed, ‘Learning in the Digital Era’, in Lagos.
13 Mar
Google has launched Mali Magic, a digital treasure trove with the objective of preserving and showcasing Mali’s historic and contemporary art and culture in Africa.
13 Mar
Library of African and The African Diaspora (LOATAD) has unveiled its 18 residents for West African Writers. 120 applications were received from nine West African countries for the residency programme...
20 Feb
A Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management at Lagos State University (LASU), Yunus Adeleke Dauda, will on Tuesday, February 22, deliver the 83rd inaugural lecture of LASU, titled ‘Managing Technological Challenges: Workers, Employers and Governments Perspectives’.
13 Feb
The 54-paged novel, divided into 12 chapters, is an interesting read, involving two main characters - Ucheoma, the catechist’s daughter and Chiadi, the priest.
6 Feb
Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves, says ‘Henry David Thoureau’.

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