Genevieve Nnaji’s “Lion Heart” Nominated As Nigeria’s Submission For 2020 Oscars
October 3, 2019

Genevieve Nnaji’s “Lion Heart” Nominated As Nigeria’s Submission For 2020 Oscars

Lupita Nyong’o Gives Reasons She Wrote A Children’s Book “Sulwe”
October 3, 2019

Lupita Nyong’o Gives Reasons She Wrote A Children’s Book “Sulwe”

The Introverts Corner: How to Love Yourself As An Introvert
October 2, 2019

The Introverts Corner: How to Love Yourself As An Introvert

Watch New Web Series “The Sojjis” Staring Ireti Doyle, Tobi Bakre, Others
October 2, 2019

Watch New Web Series “The Sojjis” Staring Ireti Doyle, Tobi Bakre, Others

See Ten Photos That Capture The Beauty Of Nigeria At 59
October 2, 2019

See Ten Photos That Capture The Beauty Of Nigeria At 59

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The Introverts Corner: How to Love Yourself As An Introvert
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The Introverts Corner: How to Love Yourself As An Introvert

How to Love Yourself As An Introvert Introverts are known to prone to overthinking. Overthinking most likely leads to anxiety, this can cumulate to so many things including self-hate. A lot of introverts don’t know how to circumvent this feeling of

The Writers’ Corner: Six Reasons You should Write A Book(s) In Your Lifetime
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The Writers’ Corner: Six Reasons You should Write A Book(s) In Your Lifetime

Writing a book is no doubt hardwork. Many folks do not have the patience to build a world of their own with words. Others think writing a book is a job meant for professionals. This misconception has caused the world of stories and perspectives that

The Introverts Corner: The Ups and Downs Of Dating An Introvert
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The Introverts Corner: The Ups and Downs Of Dating An Introvert

Introverts are really complicated individuals, sometime we think we know them, other times, we just seemed to misconstrue their nature. Sometimes, most people are skeptical about investing their love in introverted folk because they because their

Xenophobic Attacks & Post-Apartheid Depression in South Africa – Joshua Oyenigbehin
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Xenophobic Attacks & Post-Apartheid Depression in South Africa – Joshua Oyenigbehin

Xenophobic Attacks & Post-Apartheid Depression in South Africa - Joshua Oyenigbehin I recently saw an insane man beating up his brother. He accused his brother of eating his food. It was not funny, but I could not help but laugh out loud. Of cou

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Apply for Africave’s 2020 Fellowship Programme

Apply for Africave’s 2020 Fellowship Programme

Africave has announced that applications are now open for its 2020 fellowship programme. As part of Africave’s mission to develop reliable African talent, the Africave Fellowship identifies the best

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Prose / Poems

Short Prose “Still Wondering” By Joshua Oyenigbehin
Prose/Poems

Short Prose “Still Wondering” By Joshua Oyenigbehin

I wondered how I got here. Not that I am suffering from a hangover, But, I still can believe that I would be sitting in front of a betting shop, hoping that the numbers posted will favour me. The anxiety running through my spine is making me tap m

Book Review: Sefi Atta’s “Everything Good Will Come” Personalizes Feminism
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Book Review: Sefi Atta’s “Everything Good Will Come” Personalizes Feminism

Have you read the novel "Everything Good Will Come" by Sefi Atta? If not you have too. I am still wondering why I am just reading this thought-provoking novel 15 years after it was published. My adventure reading Atta's debut novel has made me hav

Read The Excerpt Of Chigozie Obioma’s Novel “The Fishermen”
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Read The Excerpt Of Chigozie Obioma’s Novel “The Fishermen”

Chigozie Obioma is a storyteller and an assistant professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His first book, “The Fisherman” which has its settings in Akure is a metaphor for Nigeria. The Fishermen was n

Short Prose: “Our True Self” By Chidera Ifechukwu
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Short Prose: “Our True Self” By Chidera Ifechukwu

"Our True Self" By Chidera Ifechukwu David always wished that the world was a dream; a dream that you choose to wake up from when everything becomes too hard for you. So rather than suicide, you just will yourself to wake up in another world or era.

Storyteller Of The Week: Meet Chigozie Obioma, “The Heir To Chinua Achebe”
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Storyteller Of The Week: Meet Chigozie Obioma, “The Heir To Chinua Achebe”

Described in a New York Times book review, "the heir to Chinua Achebe." Chigozie Obioma is doing well in representing Nigeria in the storytelling world. The Nigerian is a storyteller and an assistant professor of Literature and Creative Writing at

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