Amadi’s peppersoup scores high on the comedy scale
Late physicist and novelist, Elechi Amadi, is best known for his play, Isiburu, a warrior character and wrestler and his famed exploits in that sport in ancient times.
Freemuse Africa receives Chicoco artists at Felabration
Freemuse, an international human right organization advocating for artistic freedom through its Africa regional office based in Lagos, recently received Chicoco Sound Club at 2017 Felabration. Chicoco Sound Club is a revolutionary collective of musicians, singers, rappers and DJs from the U.S., Europe, Mexico and Africa, but based in the Orkika waterfront shanty in Port Harcourt…
Financial upkeep in families, thrust of this week’s Prof Johnbull
The issue of footing family bills between husbands and wives is the theme of this week’s episode of Professor Johnbull, the television satire sponsored by Globacom.
Agbor indigenes celebrate Iwaji, task parents on use of Ika language
Residents of Nigeria Police Barracks, Ogba, Ikeja, would not forget in a hurry the day Agbor indigenes in Lagos converged on their vicinity to celebrate Iwaji (New Yam).
Abuja winners pick prizes in Glo everyday bonanza
Winners in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, carted away prizes worth several millions of Naira as Globacom continue its loyalty scheme, Everyday Bonanza, to reward its teeming subscribers across the country.
When Her ‘Majesty’ visited Abuja
The play throws up a couple of salient issues that the world still grapples with. Chief among issues it raise is that of clash of cultures and the wife versus mother-in-law usual face-off.
Daughters of Igbo Woman to premiere in Nigeria
The Artistic Director, Martin, said, “It is an absolute thrill and honour for Daughters to be launched on Nigerian soil, where the narrative begins, linking our common ancestry for those of us in the diaspora.
Gentle Touch, Campfire in Omoye Tango
General Manager, Natures Gentle Touch, Chijioke Anaele, remarked that, Omoye speaks to one of the most disregarded and pressing issues in Nigeria, for which all hands must be on deck to get rid of, for a saner, healthier society.