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TRADO-MODERN WAY OF TELLING TALES

It is almost becoming history talking about folklores amongst the Yorubas, South-Western part of Nigeria. This is a core of informal education amongst African generally. The folklore is usually to teach moral lessons to children. Rejuvenating this tradition, Parable Productions organized a show in the National Theatre, Lagos, Nigeria to …

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TRUE CALLING: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF REVD JOHN ADEGOKE OKESIJI, JP by Prof T.O. Olagbemiro, VC, Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria

The book, a biography has two parts. The first part chronicles the life history (step by step analysis) of Revd John Adegoke Okesiji, JP, from cradle to adulthood. It also dealt with his humble beginning in life as a teacher, his call to serve in the vineyard of God, his …

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As happy as APY!

APY is an acronym for Atanda Philip Yemi, never contending gentleman of good mien, accommodating and he is ready to give you tips of how to progress from his own wealth of experience. Apy cannot be judged from look and you can’t determine his exposure from his conduct but when …

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