Of women and the homefront

A review of Chichi Okungbowa’s book, The Woman As An Effective Tool In Transforming The Home.   THE Woman as an Effective Tool in Transforming the Home is written by Evangelist Chichi Okungbowa, who is […]

African art growing on world stage

WITH major museums in London and New York showcasing leading contemporary African artists this summer, and Angola’s recent success at the Biennale in Venice, the world of art finally putting Africa on its map. Ghanaian […]

Book Review: A tricky tale for teenagers

A review of Bolaji Abdullahi’s book, Sweet Sixteen (A Coming of age story) by Wale Okediran. IN Bolaji Abdullahi’s Sweet Sixteen, the protagonist, 16-year-old Aliya, whom her father refers to adoringly as ‘My First Lady,’ […]

ANA out with guidelines for 2017 awards

THE Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) has released the prizes to be contested for in its 2017 award. According to a press statement made available to literary journalists by Denja Abdullahi, president of the association, […]

When literary students honoured Flora Nwapa

EVEN though the mother of modern African literature and pioneer of African women literature, Professor Flora Nwapa, is no longer on this side of the plain, staff and students of the English and Literary Studies […]

Ilorin set for Olu Obafemi poetry festival

The city of Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State, will, between April 3 and 4, 2017, host poets and lovers of poetry during the celebration of Professor Olu Obafemi poetry festival. The two-day event, which […]

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