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Peter Sunday, also known as Ayodele Arowosegbe is a marketing strategist, media specialist and novelist. He has an Msc in Media Enterprise from The School of media and Communications of the Pan Atlantic University, Lagos. He had a brief stint at Goodlife promotions as an online content developer, creating content for the Skye bank brand. As a young PR executive at Caritas Communications, Ayodele Arowosegbe worked on premium brands such as ExxonMobil, PanOcean, and MaineOne. In his creative writing career, he has participated in several online literary forums and is a member of many literary societies. His works have been published in many local and foreign magazines including Inscribed (Canada). In July 2011, he co-founded the Literary Café, now LitCaf Nigeria, an outfit that seeks to promote creative writing as a social consciousness in Nigeria. In December 2014, his first novel, Crimson Clouds was published by the Nigerian Writers Series. Ayodele Arowosegbe currently provides media consulting services for small firms seeking to improve or grow their communications channels.
Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 2

Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 2

. We were given a pack of Jollof rice, a bottle of water, and popcorn. Google map will tell you that Lagos to Accra is 9 hours by road. The transport company told us we would spend maximum 12 hours on the road. Both of them were wrong. Due to irrelevant delays by law enforcement … Continue reading Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 2

Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 1

Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 1

A few weeks ago, I visited Ghana for the first time. Not having much experience as a traveller and passionately craving some adventure, I agreed to travel by land, despite doubts about security and comfort on the road. My doubts came from tales of other travellers who had followed that route and experienced some mishap … Continue reading Ghana Diaries: A Road Trip from Lagos to Accra Part 1

Book reveiw of Two gone, still counting by Oyindamola Afinnih

Book reveiw of Two gone, still counting by Oyindamola Afinnih

Two gone, still counting. By Oyindamola Affinnih Book Review by Peter Sunday ‘Not since The Concubine, by ElechiAmadi, the epochal novel in which the heroine is fated to serve as the source of death for her suitors has there been in African fiction a mythical cliff-hanger as OyindamolaAffinih’s heartrending Two gone—still counting’ Those were the … Continue reading Book reveiw of Two gone, still counting by Oyindamola Afinnih

The quest for national Identity in Africa

The quest for national Identity in Africa

The quest for national Identity in Africa Article by Peter Sunday Some fifty years ago, in the sixties; the great era of African liberation arrived. Most African countries were granted autonomy from their colonial masters and became sovereign nations. There was great rejoicing and much hope for the future. Africa was now ready to take … Continue reading The quest for national Identity in Africa

Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos

Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos

The second literary cafe event has been scheduled; Date: Friday, 5th of August,2011. Venue:  Risenetworks Library, No 20, Bayode Oluwole street, by Balogun street, off Awolowo way, Ikeja, Lagos. Time: 3:00pm Featured writers: Oyindamola Affinnih, Author of Two gone, still counting, Temitayo Ilori, author of Doom’s wing, Tope Apoola, author of Times of the Supermen … Continue reading Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos