Okey Ndibe: Writing as activism
Hewett (2005) describes the third generation of African writing as a group whose account “is one of triumph over adversity, a story of courageous individuals refusing to be silenced...
How absence of government support, bleak economy impede art, culture growth
Art, in Nigeria, no doubt, is experiencing an explosion. The last 59 years of art in Nigeria has witnessed mixed fortune.
NAL tasks government on cultural sector, tourism
President of the Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL), Prof. Olu Obafemi, has called on federal and state governments to diversify the economy, using the cultural sector and applied humanities.
REPRONIG takes copyright licensing campaign to tertiary institutions
The level of photocopying and downloads going on in Nigerian tertiary institutions is significantly high. There is need therefore for a system through which authors and publishers would be adequately compensated for their works.