Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Kay Oyegun to script Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone

The Fox/Disney acquisition of the epic fantasy film based on the bestselling novel by Nigerian-American author Tomi Adeyemi is set to be scripted by This Is Us writer Kay Oyegun

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...Onyeulo Noel O. Because of how close we are to stories, with chuckles; closer than you ever imagine. With Noel, we point you how stories...

Responsorial psalms for Advent and Christmas

Sanctus Oleka and Daniel Azubuine are promising young composers who have spent years composing musical pieces ranging from traditional songs, solos, hymns and classical...

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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...

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By Peter Oz., "Hey, don’t sit there, you won’t be comfortable!” I turned and beheld the stunning face I have seen several times. It was Debby,...

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Short Story Review! Welcome to Bay Area by Sowmiya Ashok

Welcome to Bay Area is quite refreshing as well as wholly engaging unlike the many oaks one might find around. It is unapologetically contemporary...

Geo Lawrence’s first single, Sambisa, goes on fact finding

For a fleeting moment of four minutes or thereabouts, relive the tragic tale of a Soldier; who was deployed to sambisa forest, but came home in a black body bag

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We light up our world through literacy! I guess not. How it would be so ridiculous to think otherwise. At least, why not write a correct...
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