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10 Jul 2016
The roar of children chatter erupts, as they make their way back home from school. The kids are enjoying their jokes. Suddenly, one of them dashes across the main road in fear, as he tries to avoid being hit by the biggest of the group over a silly comment.
3 Jul 2016
The organisers of Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange (WSICE) have unveiled plans for this year’s celebrations. The event holds on July 13 and 14.
3 Jul 2016
That many Nigerians languages are gradually going extinct because of neglect from native speakers in preference for English or Pidgin English is no longer news. However, efforts to stem ...
3 Jul 2016
Ghana Must Go, a romantic comedy produced by award-winning Ghanaian/Nigerian actress, Yvonne Okoro won multiple awards at the Golden Movie Awards, which took place at The Kempinski Hotel, Accra, Ghana on June 27.
26 Jun 2016
Last month, the Confucius Institute, of the University of Lagos, celebrated Chinese culture and tradition. The tradition is gaining ground, with May every year dedicated to it.
26 Jun 2016
Nigerian artists and other art event creative professionals have contributed to the success of quite a list of biennales and other global gatherings of art in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
19 Jun 2016
His literary journey started at Government College, Ibadan, in 1963 when he won the T.M. Aluko Prize for Literature and peaked in 2014 when he was awarded Nigerian National Order of Merit ...
19 Jun 2016
The fourth bi-annual conference of Nigerian Oral Literature Association (NOLA) will hold from October 19 through 22, 2016 at the Centre for Gender Studies, Benue State University, Makurdi.
12 Jun 2016
Recently, the Trustees of the Life In My City Art Festival (LIMCAF) paid a courtesy visit on governor ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, at his Lion House office in Enugu during which he was briefed about LIMCAF...
12 Jun 2016
For a few minutes on Wednesday last week, Ekenna Chinedu, a frequent Airfrance passenger travelling to Paris thought he was on a movie set “somewhere in Hollywood.
5 Jun 2016
When CORA started its cultural landscaping, many did not know that it would attain such fame.
29 May 2016
The 11th biennial conference of the International Society for the Oral Literatures of Africa (ISOLA) started with an elaborate opening ceremony at the newly renovated Reitz ...

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