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literature and the state of the restless

The writer has a closer look at the state of Nigerian literature. This state is put in the wider context of African literature (in all its diversity !). 27 more words


of african literature and the language

Here is anothe racticle on the use of language in African literature, not just the use of, say, Hausa or KiSwahili or Gikuyu, but the way that the English is being used by writers from the continent of Africa. 11 more words


Ikhide R. Ikheloa's Review of We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo

Look at them leaving in droves, the children of the land, just look at them leaving in droves. Those with nothing are crossing borders. Those with strength are crossing borders.

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Nigerians in the U.S.A. take Protest to Subsidy-removal Source, The World Bank - Tola Adenle

emotanafricana, Washington, D.C., January 09, 2012.

Ms. Emira Woods of the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, D.C. led a solidarity protest with OccupyNigeria today at the World Bank Headquarters in D.C.   535 more words

Nigeria: Governance/Politics/Economy, Etcetera

Blogs elsewhere: A few of my many blogs at 234NEXT - Tola Adenle

I’ve blogged for some years on various sites but my two favorites have been saharareporters.com and 234NEXT.com.  Here are a few of what must be scores of commentaries on various topics: 877 more words

Nigeria: Governance/Politics/Economy, Etcetera