Movie Review: Okafor’s Law isn’t Different from the Norm | by Ayinoluwa Kolawole

Despite the hype and a sensational court drama, Omoni Oboli’s Okafor’s Law isn’t all that awe-inspiring. One would expect that after the long wait, we would be treated to something phenomenal. Contradictorily, the movie doesn’t match the standard Omoni Oboli has set with her previous works. Due to the copyright infringement accusation levelled against the…

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The Tragedy of Victory: On-The-Spot Account of the Nigeria-Biafra War in the Atlantic Theatre by Brig.Gen. Godwin Alabi-Isama Written by one of the very main actors of the civil war, The Tragedy of Victory is a gigantically detailed account of the war. Born to Kwara parents, Brig. Gen. Godwin Alabi-Isama really did not have anything…

Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL) Releases Paperback and Kindle (eBook) Editions of Publications on Amazon

The Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL) recently released the electronic version of its publications on Amazon and Lulu. The publications feature a wide range of topic bordering on history, politics, culture, morality, creativity and  the humanities. The authorship of the works are credited to astute scholars including Professor Ayo Banjo,  Professor B. Olatunji Oloruntimehin, Professor Ayo…

Critical review of “EFEEGA War of Ants by Amali Idris”

Poetry serves diverse functions to man. In societies that decorum is enforced by the rule of law, poetry loses its revolutionary potency and is seen as art, existing for its own sake. However, in Nigeria, a country where abnormalities have been normalized, illegalities legalized, poetry loses its elitist place of domicile and becomes a tool…