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VIEWING THE TRANSFORMATION OF PORT-HARCOURT

It was an opportunity to go on official rendezvous to the Garden-City, as Port-Harcourt is called. I was glad going there again after 6 years. From my previous experience of the town, I saw visible developmental changes. The landmarks made me feel safe.  I was told of the strides by …

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GRAND MASTER

Jahman sent by Jah,Extending the work of JahAmong the children of Jah.Arts personified,Genre specialized,Musing amazingly,Assembling big wigs,Executing feats.You staged,You wrote,You edited,You won laurels,You championed,Still championing.Giving to generations,Identifying the greenhorn,Giving them a voice,Bringing them among the maestro.The gap you bridgedMade you the Grand-master! (c)Olutayo IRAN-TIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria

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FOLLOWING HIS STEPS EVEN AT DEATH: THE EXIT OF DEACON SAMUEL AKEE AREMU OLOGBIN

When I heard the news of Deacon Samuel Akee Aremu Ologbin’s death, the first statement that came to my lips was, “He died 10 days to the remembrance of his brother, Joseph Owolabi Folaranmi Irantiola Ologbin, who passed on the 22nd of January, 2000.” Historically, the age difference of the …

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THE GROUNDED ARTIST: CELEBRATING GEORGE OLUSESAN AJEWOLE AT 70

Prince George Olusesan Ajewole of the Asedo scion from Efon-Alaaye, Ekiti State has attained the golden age of 70. This calls for celebration considering the impact he has made in many lives. Baba Aje, as he is fondly called, is a teacher of teachers; a sculptor that has trained many …

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