G. G. Darah: Marxist activism, literary criticism and oral literature scholarship in Nigeria - Part 1
Godini Gabriel Darah, fondly called G.G, has, for the past four decades, functioned as a scholar, revolutionary, polemicist and essayist, biographer, journalist, editor, folklorist, singer, dancer, resource control and restructuring advocate, consultant, and, of course, as a public intellectual. This essay focuses on his radical activism and contributions to literary studies, folklore, culture, ideology, and…
Sam Ukala, the folklorist as dramatist, @ 70
Nigerian literature remains a significant site in contesting and negotiating what constitutes the Nigerian experience. An experience that has been so complex and baffling...
Don urges government to invest more in education, vocational training
The President, University French Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (UFTAN), Prof Tunde Fatunde, has disclosed that for the nation to remain a major player in the 21st century, it must massively invest in education and vocational training.