From Claude Ake to Pius Adesanmi
Death eath makes mockery of life, and of all achievements. Death is always a tragedy since it puts a finality to existence, and ceases all possibilities. The death of a terminal patient, a loved one, is not bearable. This is even more so when death raids the intelligentsia and takes those on whom we have…
Soyinka’s Ake film on Amazon
Ake, the film adaptation of Wole Soyinka’s classic childhood memoir, Ake, The Years of Childhood, is now available on Amazon and other global platforms.Set during World War II years, the story combines a beautiful child-view narrative with resonances from the war as heard and imagined in Soyinka....
Middle class women have lost more ground in fight against patriarchy, says Ajayi-Soyinka
I grew up climbing trees and rocks, picking snails in the bush and behind the hills that seemed so huge. I went to visit the place a couple of years ago and I was amazed because the hills that seemed so huge then now appeared very small.