LABAF 2019: A week of 52 engaging events with loads of lessons for the youths
Festival to me is a period set aside for wild, sometimes idiotic celebrations. I had never attended one. What I saw from afar were jobless people whining, gambling and whoring as though life were a bed of roses.
Victor Oshisada: The passing of an icon
Victor Oshineye Oshisada, a veteran journalist and educator passed away on October 22, this year, at the age of 79 years.
A voyage around Benin, home of arts, culture
Benin Kingdom, located in the thick equatorial rain forest zone of present-day southern Nigeria, with its rich vegetation, which supports agriculture and provides most materials for craft industries...
Obaro: My marathon is to save creative works from piracy
I see it as my own little contribution towards purging the creative industry of piracy/pirates. Besides, I have once been a victim of someone stealing my idea, so, when the opportunity came...
Creatives from UK, Canada, SA, Brazil, Ghana gather for Lagos Fringe Festival
The second edition of the multi-disciplinary open access arts showpiece, Lagos Fringe International Festival 2019, is set to hold from November 19 to 24, 2019 at different venues across the city.
Indigenous languages get a boost with Nalingo Naija
Burdened by the threat of extinction of Nigeria’s indigenous languages especially among the middle and upper class, Nalingo Naija, an interactive and entertaining digital platform, is poised to teach indigenes and non-indigenes the Yorùbá language and culture.
Abuja set for carnival
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohamed, early last week, took a tour of venues and facilities for the hosting of Abuja National Carnival 2019 coming up later in the month.
Asa Festival rekindles yoruba culture, promotes tourism
Ikorodu town and its environ was agog with festivities last week, as the popular Asa Festival held at the Ferry Terminal, Ebute, Ikorodu amidst pomp and pageantry.