The restless geo-artist
It was on a Wednesday the peak of our production for the usual arts pages of the weekend edition of The Guardian. As expected, we were all busy trying to put finishing touches to our copies with Jahman
Udemma Chukwuma releases debut novel, Left with Shadows
Left with Shadows, a thought-provoking novel by Udemma Chukwuma, is out. The novel addresses the implications of divorce as children, whose parents are separated...
Roze's “Ileke” hits number one spot on Nigeria iTunes
The latest single “Ileke” by the Nigerian US-based music duo, Roze has hit number one spot on the Nigeria iTunes top songs beating the likes of Simi's “Duduke”, Adekunle Gold's “Something Different” and even other international stars like Drake, Adele, Wiz Khalifa among others. Roze, made up of two brothers, Row and Zuwa Agbonayinma dropped…
Alaafin: There is traditional cure for COVID-19
The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, has said there is traditional medicine capable of combating the COVID-19 pandemic. He made this known on Tuesday while presenting to the public, a book written on the late Yoruba music genre of Apala....
‘Why we rejected goverment’s creative industry committee on Covid-19’
With more than 3.9 million people testing positive for the coronavirus worldwide, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, and over 273,000 deaths, the world continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a substantial impact on the arts and cultural heritage sectors.
Oracular prognosis, existential quest in Ifa divination poetry
At the Wesley University Ondo where we teach law, literature, philosophy and mass communication, there arose lately the prepositional debate as to whether the proper title of a course should be the History of Philosophy of Science or the History and Philosophy of Science.
Singer Mr Dutch makes food donations in Lagos, Abuja, others
Nigerian Afro-cyborg singer, Bright Ukpabi, better known as Mr Dutch has joined hundreds of well-to-do Nigerians and celebrities in bringing succour to thousands of underprivileged Nigerians in terms of food palliatives to cushion the hardship of the Coronavirus pandemic occasioned by the lockdown imposed by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The“Keys to My Heart” crooner…
With new platforms, artists explore opportunity to escape COVID-19 shock
With two separate platforms — grant offering and competition — African artists now have windows of escaping COVID-19 economic shock.
Olu Obafemi at 70
I have known Prof Olu Obafemi, for decades, by reputation, as a great literary critic, playwright, dramatist and award-winning scholar.