An Abuja poolside sit- out with Niyi Osundare

Olusunle, Osundare and Nyitse By Tunde Olusunle Typical of the extremely organised personality that he is, the multiple award-winning poet, Niyi Osundare, had already “served notice” of his imminent visit to Nigeria, weeks before he came. He had been invited by the organisers of the “Nigerian National Order of Merit,” (NNOM), to deliver a lecture […]

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Osoba, Akeredolu, Fayemi launch A Reporter And His Beat amid hope of better Nigeria after 2023 elections

From Right: Founder and Chancellor, African American University, Porto Novo, Benin Republic, Prof Ben Ezeohagwu; Chairman, Gaskiya Media Limited and former Executive Director of TELL News Magazine, Mr Dare Babarinsa; former Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum and immediate former Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi; Ondo State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mrs Bamidele Ademola-Olateju, […]

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Yinka Fabowale’s ‘A Reporter And His Beat’ Out, enriches Journalism literature

At last, the book ‘A Reporter and His Beat’, written by veteran journalist, Yinka Fabowale, will be launched next Wednesday in Lagos. This was contained in a statement on Tuesday titled  “A Reporter and His Beat out!”, by Banji Ayoola for and on behalf of the author. A memoir of his more than 30 years […]

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A Reporter And His Beat … A Gift Not Just A Book

By Banji Ayoola A Reporter And His Beat is a gift, not just a book. To enrich whoever holds it in his hands and examines it seriously. A precious gift drawn from invaluable treasures streaming from inexhaustible sources unusual, higher, luminous and beyond the ordinary. From which the humble author was permitted to draw riches […]

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Elebuibon, Olatubosun, don harp on harnessing Yoruba cultural heritage through Ijala

Oyo State Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr. Wasiu Olatubosun, the Araba Awo of Osogbo, Chief Yemi Elebuibon, a Professor of Legal History, Prof. Akinkunmi Adegbola Alao, and other culture advocates have stressed the need to constantly look into ways of harnessing the intellectual foundation of an indigenous genre of music, ‘Ijala’, in developing […]

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Introspection into Onyeka Onwenu’s My Father’s Daughter

To read Onyeka Onwenu’s autobiography is to be a fly on the wall completely absorbed in multilayered intimate conversations with her about a thoroughly fascinating life. It transports the reader from the joys of a relatively privileged childhood in pre-Civil War Port Harcourt to the traumatic death of her father in a car crash before […]

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