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Photo credit: ZODML for Zulu Sofola Though they query, Having other thing to write about, Marxism is a principle, Revolution is needed, Feminism glory turned womanism. The standard of our fathers, The abolished glory of the past, The called idolatry, The made assumed fetish life, The crude civilization, Zulu stood …

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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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IMPINGEMENT: THE BANE OF MODERN-DAY WOES-REVIEW OF ORIAKU’S LEGEND OF THE KINGS

Title: Legend Of The Kings. Dramatist: Prince Ib’ Oriaku Genre: Drama Publisher: Kraft Books Limited Pages: 187. Published: 2014 Reviewer: ‘Debayo Coker and Olutayo Irantiola It is very important to have a new dimension to the creative industry. I was challenged by the quality of work done by Oriaku in …

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Literary Salute for TAA Ladele

Yoruba language enthusiasts gathered in the premises of the late Pa Thomas Akindele Adeniji  Ladele to celebrate his demise in a night of spoken words and dance strictly in Yoruba language tagged, Asale Asayan Oro, to give a befitting burial to the late writer. It was an event garnished with …

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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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THE EXIT OF A JOLLY GOOD FELLOW: PROF SAM A ADEWOYE

It does me a great deal of pleasure to celebrate an icon of many parts. Prof Sam A Adewoye. This is an academic colossus of that taught students across ages, one of the proud foundation staffs of the University of Ilorin. He is a man who believes in himself and …

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