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In Naija We Dey Hear Pidgin Well Well

In Naija We Dey Hear Pidgin Well Well

Nigerian English has evolved over decades to become a badge of pride  Words: Eromo Egbejule, image: Am I Collective. TO THE UNINITIATED (READ NON-NIGERIAN), the headline of the Daily Times of February 17 2015 was an exposé of illicit sexual relations between Nigeria’s...
Different destinies

Different destinies

“I saw the possibility of encouraging a reading culture, and also creating a means of communication between writers and readers in different parts of Africa.”

Setting the Stage

Setting the Stage

As you leave the dusty hurly-burly of Akin Olugbade Street and pass through the towering black gates that guard the Alára compound, you are immediately confronted by an imposing three-storey rectangular edifice unlike any other in Lagos.

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