Poetry from the heart of anti-graft man
Curiosity! That is the word that would encapsulate the feeling of anyone who is familiar with the nature of job of the author vis-a-vis the content of the book.
I remember… Changing terrorism narrative from Boko Haram to Boko Halal
The search for knowledge is perhaps the most noblest endeavors man discovered. And this pursuit, it would seem, has aided man in overcoming the most complex, perplexing of situations; building...
At CEC meeting, safe haven for creative industry top agenda
For the first time since inception, Abuja Carnival was postponed indefinitely last year few days before take off without offering any plausible reason till today.
Canvassing better deal for culture, tourism
The saying that invention is always driven by necessity captures the latest quest by the government to diversify the economy through culture and tourism.
How culture, tourism can boost the economy
Nigeria’s vast and rich cultural heritage should be strategically repositioned to partner tourism as its driver to lift the Nigerian economy.
Rocking Abeokuta with drums festival
The maiden Nigerian Drums Festival was held in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital last week in a colourful ceremony at June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto.
Ake… film on Wole Soyinka now in French, goes to Cannes
There is good news for the film adaptation of Wole Soyinka’s Ake which is also billed to be screened in the city of Cannes in France during Festival International du Film PanAfricain de Cannes opening on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
Unveiling English as language of Egyptian gods, Pharaohs
Toluwalase Oladimeji is a computer analyst living in London, U.K. But his inquisitive mind vied off course, so to say, and what it has come up with as a result of research is as interesting as his computer expertise.