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LIKE LANDER BROTHERS

Without an extra heel,See the best of the hills,Maximizing the inner capacity,Within the available opacity. Daring to get pleasure,Within the limited exposure,Explicit expression,Within our situation. Desirous learners,Adventurous seekers,Satisfying the intrinsic,To see realities. Hidden treasures abound,Historical facts all around,Exploring different borders,Like the Lander brothers. 3:56pm23rd Mar, 2015 (c)Olutayo IRAN-TIOLA, Lagos, Nigeria

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SIMILITUDE OF THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE: A REVIEW OF GIVE ME ROOM TO MOVE MY FEET By Mildred Kiconco Barya

Publisher: Amalion Publishing, Senegal Genre: Poetry Year of Publication: 2009 Number of Pages: 119 Reviewer: Olutayo IRANTIOLA In this era of transcultural readings, it is easy to discover that the African experience is quite similar from one region to the other. It must be mentioned that this review is based …

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SPEAKING TO THEIR SENSIBILITIES: A STUDY OF DAARA SERIES BY O’YEMI AFOLABI

Genre: Children literature Titles: Sox Goes To School with Daara; Sports Day; Daara’s New School; Sox Goes Away & Only Yesterday Publisher: Nelson Publishers Reviewer: Olutayo Irantiola Children literature is one of the literary pieces that take one aback. It can be a skillful dramatic return to one’s growing with …

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A CRY FOR FUEL

Fellow Nigerians, Let’s sing the song of solidarity With one another,Our leaders perpetual excuse, The last resort of the common man, Is on a race, Racing from the mouth of marketers, Racing from the hands of consumers, Racing from the global community, Racing continually. For nations that do not have …

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