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Wole Soyinka

15 Nov 2021
My studies at Great Ife under Prof Wole Soyinka got off on a beery note.
14 Oct 2021
On the first year anniversary of Prof JP Clark’s passage, his soulmate, Prof Wole Soyinka’s tribute is the muse that triggers rumination on matters arising in the literary firmament.
17 Sep 2021
A playwright and Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has disclosed how solving mathematical problems saved him from insanity during his 27 months incarceration.
9 Sep 2021
There is a sign that’ll confront an African hunter setting off for the night’s job in a distant forest and he’ll call off the hunt instanta.
8 Sep 2021
The tales about Nigeria and its youth after she gained independence from Great Britain on October 1, 1960 usually blow the minds of those who did not experience the young and vibrant nation’s bright and promising prospects...
30 Aug 2021
Some weeks back, I was invited as a guest speaker at the 24th Wole Soyinka Lecture Series. It was a golden opportunity to x-ray some of the core issues plaguing our nation.
28 Aug 2021
Nobel prize winner, Prof. Wole Soyinka, yesterday, declared that the international community was duly obliged to wade into the security situation in the country, saying the Federal Government has failed to fulfill its obligation under the United Nations Charter to which Nigeria is a signatory.
9 Aug 2021
I've become more circumspect, lately, in my choice of labels for our leaders, past and present. I was going to begin this piece by referring to the regime of Nigeria
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.

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