Thursday, 11th August 2022
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24 Jul
The king sits on high in majestic splendour as the regberegbe (age grades) attired in distinct but beautifully coruscating regalia and costumes saunters through paying homage
12 Jun
Sometimes, reading a poet for the first time is like meeting a person: the first impression is defining. That is what Oladimeji Olajumoke Opeyemi’s debut is like. With All Shades of Beauty In Colours
22 May
Oluwatosin Omotoso is gradually making a name for herself in African poetry. Her interest in that genre started during her secondary school days.
17 Apr
Carleton University’s Institute of African Studies and the Department of English Language and Literature recently launched Nduka Otiono’s latest book titled DisPlace
13 Jan
A former professor of literature at the Texas State University, Austin, U.S., lawyer and author of many poetry collections including, A Good Mourning, which was shortlisted
5 Dec 2021
In 2019, Wisdom Dafinone launched his first set of three books of poetry at the Institute of International Affairs in Lagos Nigeria. The Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council
13 Nov 2021
These are very interesting times for Nigeria’s cultural space and the capital city, Abuja. While the cultural space continues to expand in depth and scope
6 Sep 2021
Chuma Anagbado is an artist par excellence. With a vibrancy in his designs that speak of the innate appreciation of African arts, The Guardian Life speaks to him on his inspiration, his love for disciplined lines, and the African dynamism. Tell us about your background and how it has influenced your design? I was born…
1 May 2021
Amaka Nwabeke, fondly called Amakason, is a poet, fiction writer, and ultimately a Christian. She began performing poetry in 2014 and has since then performed on several notable platforms
25 Apr 2021
In recent times, the word ‘anthropocene’ has gained a certain fame in my cache of words – an occurrence that has stirred my curiosity. I concede that ‘anthropocene’
2 Dec 2020
J.P. Clark-Bekederemo, or simply J.P. Clark, is justly celebrated as a poet, playwright and scholar whose distinctions persist in his piquant and ingenious use of his Ijaw-Urhobo culture
16 Feb 2020
Nkasiobi Mbonu To Tochi Nwokeafor On the cold floor of bliss, The colours of my dreams Glimmering in your eyes. This could be a trace, But deep in my whispers Lies the words I wish to say, 'I love you' Lift my heart to Calvary Let my redemption flow from your touch. I had prayed…


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ANAMBRA STATE, Nigeria, August 10, 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-The management of Newstide Publications Limited, publishers of Prime Business Africa, organises a colloquium in honour of late Nigerian diplomat, Ambassador Ejeviome Eloho Otobo who was a member of its Board of Directors. Late Ambassador Otobo, aged 70, who also served as a member of the Editorial…
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Donald Trump on Wednesday left a deposition in Manhattan after some six hours of questioning under oath over alleged fraud at his family business, having earlier vowed he would
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R. Kelly’s inmate commissary fund has reportedly been sized by the feds. Bloomberg reports that Prosecutors requested a federal court to seize over $28,000 from his inmate commissary fund after R. Kelly failed to pay $140,000 in court-ordered fines. The letter sent on August 4 read, “the defendant had accumulated substantial funds in his inmate…
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Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Wednesday said the state government is constructing a new 1.2-kilometer drainage diversion in the Ilubirin area of the state.
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Barring last minutes changes, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila will commission the official residences of the members of the Rivers State House of Assembly.