Some of the impact stories in the African creative space are often those scarcely discovered.
After reading Chimamanda’s recent essay, It Is Obscene: A True Reflection in Three Parts, I concluded it shouldn’t be called just an essay.
One of the biggest gullies within the African literary community is the need for platforms,
“Thou shalt not covet thine neighbour’s wife, property….”, roared the voice belonging to the Priest at St. Peter’s cathedral – it rang out from the microphone
In the aftermath of the royal family’s saga – Meghan Markle revealing her suicidal thoughts,
This Article was originally published on the Wikimedia Foundation website. The cinema of Nigeria, known by
This note comes in a two-part effort to share what 2020 has been for us
It is not the absence of military interventions that we have restored, which will bring
As part of a broader research agenda to make its work on shifting African narratives
For a few days now, Nigeria, the largest African country has seen waves of protest