‘Nigeria is weak on national unity, propriety in governance’
In this interview with Anote Ajeluorou, Jamaican-born poet, novelist, essayist, playwright, journalist and photographer, Lindsay Barrett, who arrived Nigeria in 1966 and became a citizen in the mid-1980s, has kept faith in the greatness the country can achieve that attracted him from Jamaica in the first place. but he argues that Nigerians need to do…
Living with oil and gas: A local perspective
It might seem somewhat disingenuous to begin a review of a book by quarrelling with the appropriateness of its title but in this case the issue is at the heart of the impact and content of the work.
Remembering Nigerian radio drama’s glorious past
In these days, when dynamic live programming, dominated by innovative phone-in pidgin language and social commentary, forms the bulk of Nigeria’s popular radio broadcast fare, many listeners might not be aware that a major tradition has been largely overlooked or even been neglected.