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Uchenna feels a breathe of fresh air in Nnaji’s Lionheart

"What I love most about Lionheart is that it is not a sell out."

Netflix goes to Nollywood

“Lionheart” is only partly a movie about how a woman takes charge of a company in a sexist society. Although the film’s description implied a focus on a feminist perspective on business, it lacked any real exploration of the subject. It also failed to have any feminist ideals. For example, a man still ended up solving the company’s bankruptcy problem and essentially saving the day. Along the way,...

The Balcony of Frozen Tears EP. 2

“I remember playing outside my house with my very good friend. It was afternoon and the clouds which shielded the hot rays of the sun were a dull ash. I knew that the rains anytime now would come. We were playing in a sand box with a diameter of about a small pond in the scanty playground beside the dining window. There were swings and slides that had a reddish brown colour on the insides and arou...

Breaking walls

“Breaking walls- He wants to help her through trust and love where she had built walls around herself to make sure no one could hurt her again. I just want to be left alone- I just want to be left alone is a frequent excuse for everyone that comes around. Excuse that forms from the recesses of a depressed. You have my attention- It gets easier to sense other things going on around him, still...

Child of forgotten world

Sabbath son memoir ‘‘What would you. Some tea? One more walk by the willow tree; Under the moonlight, maybe?’’ For old times’ sake, Said he. No response. Dead she. A Bird’s Plight If you have chased the sun Lusting its burn; Above mountain heads Down to ocean beds If you have caught the wind In the pocket of your wings; Gliding sky high The envy of mortals nigh You can talk to me then Of the...

The relatability of Lionheart and the one world barrier

While Lionheart is an enterprising original home video that talks business- it is also a story “following Adaeze (Genevieve Nnaji), a competent yet perennially overlooked daughter, who is forced to work alongside her feckless uncle, Goodwill (Nkem Owoh), in order to save her father’s (Pete Edochie) ailing bus company…” Konbini. Of its relatedness, Lionheart is culturally bo...

The Balcony of Frozen Tears EP. 1

Dear Diary, 1st December, 1995 So it has been like what five years that I penned this down? Five since I saw your smile. That one that reached your eyes. The one that was practically etched, like paper mash, on your ever happy face. No matter your mood. Dear Tasie, Mama removed your bedsheets from your room today. She did it before your memorial service. So it won’t get dust, she said. After...

Responsorial psalms for Advent and Christmas: Composed and Compiled by Sanctus Oleka and Daniel Azubuine

Sanctus Oleka and Daniel Azubuine are promising young composers who have spent years composing musical pieces ranging from traditional songs, solos, hymns and classical pieces. Responsorial psalms for Advent and Christmas is a new package that comes with both score sheet and audio. The essence is to improve the liturgy through music and foster a good worship especially this advent and Christmas se...

Creative Fingers Network takes us Beyond The Horizon

The maiden exhibition of the artist of the creative Fingers art Network, was themed “beyond the horizon” Creative fingers Art Network is a network of budding and established artists that seeks to make a difference in the visual art world, by creating and presenting opportunities where members and art generally would thrive. In this exhibition they came together to create in this age, w...

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Book Talk Gallery: Tomi and George’s Pieces of Me at Ignite Foundation Africa

We bring you highlights of Tomi Adesina’s book talk at Ignite Foundation Africa. George’s Pieces of Me. Though it’s coming way too later, it is worth it. Photos: The Anonymous Cherif  

One good thing being African

Step out to an occasion and you’d be glad if you had that intricately designed piece of Miriam Makebe or the Addis-ababa, because they are just too good to turn down. One good thing being African can be surmised as ‘everything good will come.’ And it comes not vaguely but surreptitiously in the wide spectacle of typical African prints that know no bounds. Down the years, African ...

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