In Jankariwo, Ben Tomoloju cautions insensate Leadership
There is no other way Pope Francis could have expressed his dislike for corruption, a hydra monster in the world, than to remark, “Corruption is paid by the poor.”
The Enemy I Know set to hit cinemas October 11
The blockbuster movie produced by veteran Nollywood ARTISTE, Rita Daniels, will hit the cinemas from October 11, 2019.
JP Clark’s Wives’ revolt showcases remedy for social disorder
Aristotle, in one of his write-ups, said: “In revolutions, the occasions may be trifling, but great interests are at stake.”
MUSON honours centenarian Akintola Williams with concert
Mr. Akintola Williams has achieved so much in life. He is the first chartered accountant from Africa. He was also appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE). He also has the award of CFR (Commander of the Federal Republic). He has presided over numerous private and governmental bodies. However,…
Pour your talents into many outlets – Akogo
Banker turned actor and radio presenter Ifeanyi Akogo, who played the role of “Boniface” in the recently concluded AM Battleground TV Series has voiced his views on the criticisms faced by entertainers when they are perceived by the public to be switching career paths. According to Akogo, "every artiste has multiple talents, and not just…
Nigeria, Ghana in cine wedlock, set for joint film festival
Long dominated by Hollywood and Bollywood, film is a burgeoning industry across Africa. From Nigeria to Ghana, South Africa to Senegal, Burkina Faso and Uganda, African filmmakers are beginning to make a name for themselves on global screens.
Biyi Bandele’s Rain set for the stage in Lagos
Rain, an absurd but funny play of two crazy street sweepers who find their mental balance in telling each other tall stories that reflect their warped state of mind, made up of and by the state of the nation, will hit the stage at Terra Kulture’s Theatre Arena, Victoria Island, Lagos, on Sunday, August 25, 2019. It is a production of Park Theatre Lagos.
Hear Word! toes to Edinburgh International Festival
The critically acclaimed stage play, Hear Word! Naija Woman Talk True, is among plays to be performed at this year’s Edinburgh International Festival holding in Scotland. The play addresses real-life issues such as gender inequality, domestic violence, abuse, disrespect, bravery, sisterhood, and transformation.
Oluyole, Mhlophe share street kids’ rehabilitation stories on African Voices
This week’s African Voices Changemakers sponsored by Globacom will feature two stars deploying arts for development by using their passions in choreography, dance and story to rehabilitate street kids.
Ali baba: It’s an honour to see upcoming comedians use my jokes
The iconic and trailblazing grandmaster comedian, Ali Baba, has said it is always an honour to see upcoming and even established acts in the comedy sector use his jokes as platform for building their careers. He likened the phenomenon to wannabe contestants on both the X-Factor and American Idol singing the songs of known legends like Whitney Houston and Adele to gain recognition and find their own voices.