On Wednesday, the Nobel Laureate, Professor ‘Wole Soyinka, was 88 years old. May God grant his gift to Nigeria, nay the world, and many more happy seasons. Amen.
Folklorist and culture promoter, Dr. Bukar Usman, has been named Noble Patron of the Arts, the highest award given to a firm supporter of arts and culture on the African continent by the Pan-African Writers Association (PAWA).
AIFA Reading Society, a non-profit organisation focused on fostering a reading culture and promoting quality education for sustainable development, has donated textbooks, notebooks
Emmanuel Ojo, in Chasing Dreams, wields his storytelling dexterity like a samurai sword: Taking his readers through the journey of a young lady, who is determined to make something out of life
What does it mean to plot the worst evil, cold-blooded murder for the ritual purpose of a person, who has just shared your bed? And what does it mean to have a rapist as a father or stepfather?
Sometimes, reading a poet for the first time is like meeting a person: the first impression is defining. That is what Oladimeji Olajumoke Opeyemi’s debut is like. With All Shades of Beauty In Colours
The former Governor of Oyo State and Otun Olubadan of Ibadanland, Chief Rashidi Ladoja paid a courtesy visit to the Nigeria French Language Village, Badagry, Lagos State, where he addressed the students in French language with a promise to support the institution.
In Nigeria Project: The Foundation Question, Prof. Bidmos tackles corruption, commercialisation of religion
Professor Muritala Aderemi Bidmos is the author of Nigeria Project: The Foundation Question. The book identifies the perennial delay of sustainable development in the country as the real problem facing Nigeria.
Oluwatosin Omotoso is gradually making a name for herself in African poetry. Her interest in that genre started during her secondary school days.
Entries for the second Chinua Achebe Prize for Nigerian Fiction will close on June 12, 2022. Obinna Udenwe, with his Colours of Hatred, won the inaugural prize at a ceremony
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.
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,