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STILL IN LOVE WITH THE ARTS

Filed in Arts by on March 30, 2012 0 Comments
STILL IN LOVE WITH THE ARTS

Still in love with the arts March 30, 2012 by Maureen Azuh The zeal and excitement with which local drummers beat hard on their drums as they tried to outdo one another reinforced the importance of the man being celebrated. The venue of the ceremony was Ostra Hall, Ikeja, Lagos where a large crowd of […]

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HISTORICAL REBELLION AS OBA KOSO RETURNS TO STAGE

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HISTORICAL REBELLION AS OBA KOSO RETURNS TO STAGE

Historical rebellion as Oba Koso returns to stage January 6, 2012 by Akeem Lasisi IGI Insurance lured Nigerians to the road less travelled last Tuesday, when it sponsored the return of Duro Ladipo’s famous epic play, Oba Koso. The play produced by one of the children of the legend, Yomi, came as a surprise to […]

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NIYI OSUNDARE: TALE OF A ‘KATRINA’ REFUGEE

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NIYI OSUNDARE: TALE OF A ‘KATRINA’ REFUGEE

Niyi Osundare: Tale of a ‘Katrina’ refugee By THERESA ONWUGHALU and ANITA ANYANWU Thursday, December 22, 2011 •L-R: Former DMD, The Sun Publishing Ltd, Mr. Dimgba Igwe, a guest and Prof. Osundare at the event. The beauty of poetry was recently showcased at a reading by the master poet laureate, literary scholar, Professor Niyi Osundare. […]

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BUSY ARE HIS HANDS FOR ABRAHAM’S BLESSINGS

Filed in Arts by on November 11, 2011 0 Comments
BUSY ARE HIS HANDS FOR ABRAHAM’S BLESSINGS

Busy are his hands for Abraham’s Blessings Written by Akeem Lasisi Abraham at work Whoever saw the works about two months ago will hardly believe what they have now become. Although their shapes and forms had been put in perspectives then, their ‘creator’ had not breathed life into them. But what have now radically changed […]

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OJOMOLAMI…A RIDDLE FOR THE WOMENFOLK

Filed in Arts by on July 14, 2011 0 Comments
OJOMOLAMI…A RIDDLE FOR THE WOMENFOLK

Ojomolami…a riddle for the womenfolk By SOLA BALOGUN Thursday, July 14, 2011 •National Troupers on stage It was a play with a large cast, yet it ended on the cinema hall stage in less than an hour and a half. Ojomolami, as directed by Josephine Igberaese at the National Theatre, Lagos, provided a new platform […]

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