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FINICKY vs BLASÉ

  Uko Aje, You need not run away, I just asked “how do you do?” in Swahili language of Kenya. Truthfully, how do you do? I come here sparingly recently but my mind is always with you. The beauty of life is to maximize every hour that you have, as …

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Withered but With Us!

The lonely tree With varying shapes of leaves Just withered! The Actor cum Writer, Poet cum dramatist, Translator cum polyglot. He rose from Agboye, Oyo Alaafin, You portrayed the cultural ideologies, Distinguishing you from the market noise of knowledge. Sapping knowledge from Ibadan, Doing exploits in Ibadan, Pitching his tent …

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FINE DINING & DINING FINE THE AFRICAN WAY AT NOK BY ALARA

Photo credit: Olutayo Irantiola The heart of the Island is experiencing a culinary difference at the moment. It is the Nok by Alara restaurant, a natural space to enjoy your African fine dining at its best. Nok by Alara is located at 12, Akin Olugbade Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. The …

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HUMOUR, LOVE AND HISTORY IN GHANA MUST GO BY YVONNE OKORO

Titile of Movie: Ghana Must GoGenre: Romantic ComedyProduction company: Desamour Productions LimitedMovie Release Date: June 10 2016Reviewer: Olutayo Irantiola Ghana Must Go is such an interesting romantic comedy about Ama and Chuks, a Ghanaian lady who met a Nigerian man in London while they were both on postgraduate studies. The father …

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THE PEOPLE’S COURT, THE PEOPLE’S WILL

Playwright: Lanre Quadri Published: 2013 Page: 40 pages Title: The Indictment Publisher: iGod Books Reviewer: Olutayo Irantiola The opening of this book is with a poem by the poet-playwright, Lanre Quadri, who defined stealing and governance according to the happenings within Nigeria and Africa at large. According to the playwright, …

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IDOWU ADEDAYO: HERALDING THE GOSPEL WITH POETRY

Artiste: Adedayo Idowu Number of Tracks: 5 Year of Release: 2016 Reviewer: Olutayo IRANTIOLA There is a general misconception that there are some vocabularies in English that cannot be translated or transliterated into Yoruba. This was one of the things addressed by Adedayo Idowu in his new work titled Konkonboto which he …

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