The countdown to Port Harcourt’s tenure as UNESCO World Book Capital 2014 formally began at the weekend with the conclusion of pilot programmes, such as the test run of book clubs, reading tree...
As a complex phenomenon, corruption has been identified as a hydra-headed monster with grievous effects on development, thereby making it a human rights issue both in Nigeria and the African...

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The countdown to Port Harcourt’s tenure as UNESCO World Book Capital 2014 formally began at the weekend with the conclusion of pilot programmes, such as the test run of book clubs, reading tree...
As a complex phenomenon, corruption has been identified as a hydra-headed monster with grievous effects on development, thereby making it a human rights issue both in Nigeria and the African...
There is a Yoruba adage that says “When a child falls down he looks forward, but when an adult falls down he looks backwards“. Truth and consequences is Colonel Babatunde Soluade’s...
 For many years Obi Nwakanma was engaged with research and writing connected with the biography of Christopher Okigbo, arguably Nigeria’s greatest poet. The biography eventually published...
In turns satirical, risqué, sometimes breathtaking and at all times captivating, Okey Ndibe's second novel titled Foreign Gods, Inc. is a great story that traces the vicissitudes and...
Thousands of revelers had horrific experience making their way into the clear space for the Lagos Countdown 2013, making the event dubbed as 'Africa’s biggest New Year eve party', a...
Okey Ndibe’s razor-sharp “Foreign Gods, Inc.” steps into the story of a Nigerian-born New Yorker called Ike, just as everything in his life has begun to go horribly wrong. The only...
Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa’s latest book, Silence Would Be Treason – Last Writings of Saro-Wiwa (2013) came to us as a big surprise. Some of us had thought that, “A Month and A Day (...
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah affected me like few books have done, and I found myself looking at the author's photograph at the inside front cover again and again as I read,...
Thursday, September 26, 2013 remains the date for unveiling the book titled “My time in the charging cloud: An anthology on African students’ movement struggle, social...
I am sitting in a furnished ground floor office with two IKEA office desks, leather chairs and necessary office paraphernalia. Behind me is  the studio where  all the broadcasts take place...
Chido Onumah warns of the truth of this saying a few times in his book, Nigeria is Negotiable: that when history repeats itself, and it happens quite often in places where people do not learn from...