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  • Exxonmobil appoints new MD as O’Neal retires

    By Adewale Sanyaolu Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited, has announced t the appointment of Mr. Paul McGrath as the new Chairman and Managing Director. McGrath appointment takes effect from March 1, 2017. McGrath succeeds Mr. Nolan O’Neal, who has is retiring after 34 years of service. A statement from Exxonmobil said McGrath was most recently a…

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  • Army jails two soldiers who maltreated physically challenged man

    The Nigerian Army said it has demoted and imprisoned two soldiers caught on social media maltreating a physically challenged man in Onitsha, Anambra State, south east Nigeria. The video of the manhandling of the physically challenged person had gone viral when and onlooker had recorded  the incident and posted same on Facebook. A statement from…

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  • Buchi Emecheta: Ibusa girl who conquered the world

    By Austin Izagbo The story of Onyebuchi Emecheta, popularly known as Buchi, is at the same time that of a personal and communal triumph –the triumph of the personal will and communal efforts over the vicissitudes of life. Much has been said about her deprivations at childhood. Without meaning to water that down in any…

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  • Gold merit award for Akachi Ezeigbo

    By Robert Obioha Professor Akachi Ezeigbo received a Gold Merit Award alongside other prominent sons and daughters of Uga community in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, on 26 December, 2016, in Uga town. Organised by Uga Improvement Union (U.I.U.), the political and cultural ruling body that oversees the affairs of the town, the…

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  • The imperative of inhouse editors in book publishing

    By Olamide Babatunde From last edition After the publishing lull experienced in the military era, self publishing was the only way out for Nigerian writers to make their dreams a reality. Since the return of civilian administration, only a few have been able to stay atop to keep the world of fiction floating. Nigerian-American writer, Teju Cole,…

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  • Nine recent, remarkable Nigerian prose debuts

    By Olamide Babatunde You never get a second chance at a first impression, goes a cliché. This is true. First impressions matter a lot where impact needs to be made.  First time authors know this as well, that is why they put their best hand forward. In almost all situations, it is similar that one…

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  • Book review : Challenges of climate change and global warming

    Title: Climate Change for the Novice Author: Dike Kalu Publisher: Charleston, SC, USA Year: 2016 Pages: 123 Reviewer:  Henry Akubuiro If you think climate change and its repercussions are hoarse, it’s high time you came out from the cocoon of ignorance to embrace the reality. For many of us in Nigeria, the erosion of the…

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  • Focus : Dying art of love letter writing

    By Yinka OLUDAYISI Fabowale For the bold and chivalrous, it is an avenue to capture their hearts’ desires with dazzling, rapturous literary lines, dripping with affectionate and poetic cadences oftentimes lifted right from Shakespeare or the wisdom of Solomonic verses in the Bible. In it also, the shy and timid find a refuge to hide…

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  • Poetry : Opaniyi Samuel

    Opaniyi Samuel is a trending creative writer. Member and one-time president, Association of Nigerian Authors, Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, his pen dances round the rooms of Literature. He has performed as a major character in a number of popular plays and coordinates a number of writing workshops online. He holds an NCE (English/ Pol….

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