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25 Feb 2018
Last week, eggheads in the humanities converged on Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State, as Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL) held its yearly lecture. It was titled ‘Cultural Industry and the Contributions of Humanities to National Development: A Case Study of the Durbar.’ The lecture drew scholars from different institutions as well as traditional rulers…

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