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JP Clark

14 Oct
On the first year anniversary of Prof JP Clark’s passage, his soulmate, Prof Wole Soyinka’s tribute is the muse that triggers rumination on matters arising in the literary firmament.
10 Oct
Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, Prof Femi Osofisan, and other distinguished Nigerianws would be guests at the first JP Clark Memorial celebrations.
28 Apr
On Friday, April 16, 2021, one of the fathers of Nigeria’s Diplomatic Service, and early crafters of the country’s Foreign Policy, Ambassador Blessing Akporede Clark, marked his 91st birthday.
21 Oct 2020
How does one respond to the loss of an icon such as JP and more so one as close? After I received the dawn call from Nigeria, I wrote Dawn has brought chilling news— what the tide did at night has come to light. The tide takes away what it has brought ashore— the boat…
16 Oct 2020
It is within the context of a poignant, profound and perhaps arcane ritual imagination that we encounter John Pepper Clark in his literary world as evidenced by the evocative power of his primal poetic and dramatic compositions.
14 Oct 2020
The family of Clark-Fuludu Bekederemo has announced the passing of foremost writer, Prof. Johnson Pepper Clark-Bekederemo, who was popularly known as JP Clark. He died at 85.
23 Jan 2020
Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, Festus Keyamo, was among prominent old boys of Government College, Ughelli (GCU) honoured with Leading Light in the Humanities Award at the 75th Founders’ Day celebration recently.
3 Jan 2020
Not long ago Yinka Odumakin, a columnist of Vanguard, reported JP Clark’s query relating to our country-people’s attitude to reading.
6 Oct 2019
6 Oct 2019
Aristotle, in one of his write-ups, said: “In revolutions, the occasions may be trifling, but great interests are at stake.”
27 Mar 2019
A foremost development communication non-governmental organisation, ARDA, which has over 20 years experience of changing norms and behaviours through drama and entertainment, is excited to celebrate International Women’s Month with the production of The Wives’ Revolt, a stage play by the literary icon, Prof. John Pepper Clark. Oxygen Concepts will give a command performance of…
24 Mar 2019
Some Solution A plant, sapped to the root, Takes over a plantation: Comes a forestguard, to call Of pipes and drums; and He picks on limp leaves. The Demolition of JK Randle Hall, Onikan (Bulldozed by the Lagos State Government on Saturday, 24th September, 2016) Although the managers today Of the mansion by a marsh…


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