Although Wale Okediran was trained as a medical doctor who later became a member of the Federal House of Representatives in Abuja, he is more known in Nigeria and abroad as a writer of great distinction.
28 Oct 2020
Celebrated Ghanaian filmmaker and director, Peter Sedufia, will share his writing journey and experience at this year’s Accra International Book Festival.
29 Aug 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday stated that the appointment of Dr. Wale Okediran who assumes office as Secretary-General of Pan-African Writers Association (PAWA), “once again attests to the excellence exhibited by Nigerians in almost all areas of human endeavour.”
12 May 2019
Concluding part of interview with Comrade Udenta O Udenta, who released 21 books after so many years of literary hibernation. The first volume of Crisis of Theory in Contemporary Nigerian Literature and the Possibilities of New Materialist Direction is one of the most thought-provoking and latest works among the 21 books. To what extent is…
3 Dec 2018
I didn’t want to write this week. It wasn’t writer’s block or the occasional frustration from sounding like a broken record.
30 May 2018
Eminent Nigerians have attributed the prevalent problems against the nation’s unity to the 1914 amalgamation, lamenting that the former British Governor General, Sir Fredrick Lord Lugard, fused different ethnic nationalities into one country.
24 Jan 2018
I have always wanted to visit Russia. Like China, Russia to me still remains mysterious, historic and full of potentials. Apart from the very rich culture, I have always been an ardent follower of Russian Literature having devoured works of Boris Pasternack.....
21 Jan 2018
Like many book lovers, I had looked forward to the January edition of the guest reading session of Association of Nigerian Authors, Abuja, because of the personality of the author’s commitment to the literary craft and I was sure many also did, too, with optimism. We were not disappointed.
10 Sep 2017
The Ebedi International Writers Residency was established in 2010 by Dr. Wale Okediran as a retreat for African writers the world over searching for a serene and comfortable environment to research and work on their arts.
14 May 2017
Oil Cemetery is a moving story of the poor, who have said no to oppression as they seek a solution to end the suffering and deaths brought by oil exploration and exploitation.
1 Mar 2017
In commemoration of World Book Day 2017, the Association of Nigerian Authors, Bauchi Chapter, in collaboration with a Bauchi-based private school, Alfalfa School of Phonics, will on Thursday, March 2, 2017....
19 Feb 2017
Africa, as a continent, is known to advocate and instill good morals and behaviours in the lives of young children.