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2 Jan
The story of Jacob’s family is a popular tale among religious families, but there is an aspect of the Biblical story of Joseph to which people do not pay attention.The story of Jacob’s family is a popular tale among religious families, but there is an aspect of the Biblical story of Joseph to which people do not pay attention.
8 Dec 2021
In the modern world, it takes a lot of effort from each of us to achieve goals at work, school or university. At the same time, sometimes we have to carry out complex tasks that require a lot of time but are not of particular interest to ourselves. For example, writing an essay. Most often,…
25 Nov 2021
Some of the world's biggest literary awards, including the Nobel, Booker and Goncourt, have gone to Africans this year in a sign of the continent's emergence as a major force in publishing and a region with a direct line to the pressing questions of our time. "We are witnessing a reawakening of interest in Africa…
14 Nov 2021
All is set for the 23rd Lagos Book and Arts Festival (LABAF 23: 2021), organised by the Committee for Relevant Arts (CORA), which holds from November 15 to 21.
10 Oct 2021
Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Prof Femi Osofisan, and other distinguished Nigerianws would be guests at the first JP Clark Memorial celebrations.
10 Oct 2021
The League of Nigerian Columnists (LNC) is set to hold a public event in honour of Nigeria’s leading columnists. LNC is a fellowship of leading columnists dedicated to the nurturing
10 Oct 2021
It is not every time research conducted as part of a PhD is converted into a book for reasons best known to the researcher. It is, however, valuable for the researcher
10 Oct 2021
Poets, playwrights, dramatists and other literary enthusiasts, at the recent Qfest 2021, interrogated the power of words, written and spoken, in creativity, civilisation, and especially
3 Oct 2021
When an international publishing firm that promised to publish The Church Girl scammed her, Ufuoma Emerhor-Ashogbon did not give up on writing. She never allowed this to dampen her zeal.
26 Sep 2021
Ufuoma Emerhor-Ashogbon has further deepened her prolificacy and stylishly wormed herself into the minds of new readers with her recent books, The Naïve Wife Trilogy, launched in Lagos.
26 Sep 2021
Legal practitioner, Solape Adesuyi, has written two books to assist businesses in the understanding and management of legal and operational issues.
26 Sep 2021
Lagos is touted as the city where dreams are made manifest and people from broad nations and all walks of life converge in this maze of a city to work out their dreams.

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