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Wole Soyinka

3 Aug 2021
The first is that the obnoxious, toxic, and anti-democracy Nigerian Press Council Bill that you are pushing in the House of Representatives is dead on arrival because all those gallant men
29 Jul 2021
Me No, I am not surprised that we are surprised. I am surprised that you are not surprised that I am not surprised.
25 Jul 2021
Aiye Ko Ooto is the pen name of a U.S.-based Nigerian poet, playwright, and philosopher also known as Cash Oladele, who says he is at a crossroads between mortals and gods
19 Jul 2021
It has been my humble privilege to have been writing “regularly but only occasionally” for several Nigerian newspapers since 1980.
11 Jul 2021
The yearly Wole Soyinka International Cultural Exchange (WSICE), which is designed for young people across the globe, will hold on Tuesday, July 13 and Wednesday, July in hybrid format – virtual space and live.
6 Jul 2021
Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has said it is not criminal or illegal for anyone to express intention to leave any federation. He also condemned as “bizarre” the midnight raid by the Department of State Services ....
5 Jun 2021
The late sage, Dr. Tai Solarin, confessed in his article that I re-published last week, that Samuel Ogbemudia, the first governor of former Mid West State, would have summarily sacked him as head of any school in the State because of his “negative attitude towards games and sports” . In his opinion students wasted their…
5 Jun 2021
We heard it last during the heydays of Donald Rumsfeld under George Bush - and judge in what condition it has left that part of the world, and beyond.
3 Jun 2021
Nobel laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka, has denounced a posting credited to him on the social media platform, WhatsApp, associating him with the agitation for a Yoruba state, describing the post as “fake” and “misinformation.” In a statement by Abiola Owoaje, spokesperson to Prof. Soyinka, the laureate advised the public to ignore the utterances of “those…
Buhari
3 Jun 2021
What are you supposed to do when conflict erupts, people get killed and human and property rights are being violated? I believe any person with a heart and moral compass would be compelled to condemn the aggressors
30 May 2021
She has mastered the art of the big stage. Every festive period, the Executive Producer of BAP Productions, Mrs. Bolanle Austen-Peters, has something new and thrilling to offer theatre-loving Lagosians.
18 May 2021
On a Monday two weeks ago, reports of attacks, abductions, unrest, and sectarian clashes in Borno, Niger, Lagos, Rivers, Kebbi, Kaduna, Oyo, Osun, and Benue states were reported all in one day.

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