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Advice to My Lecturer Friend

Advice to My Lecturer Friend

On a sunny Sunday, not too long ago, I hosted a friend at my residence. I hadn’t seen him for quite a while and when he arrived, he revealed that his mission was to achieve three things. The first was to return some books he had borrowed from my private library; the second was to … Continue reading Advice to My Lecturer Friend

The Theme of Social and Political Injustice

The Theme of Social and Political Injustice

The Theme of Social & Political Injustice in Zulu Sofola’s ‘King Emene’ & Esiaba Irobi’s ‘Nwokedi’ It has been said that injustice is a wrongful action, a situation where people are treated unfairly. This research helps to throw more light on the subject, preferably using drama which is an effective mode of communication. It can … Continue reading The Theme of Social and Political Injustice

Blessed are the women: A perspective – 3

In our obodo Nigeria, there are definitely great women.  Presently, there is Dr. (Mrs.) Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the former Federal Minister of Finance, who secured our debt relief from the Paris Club.  I am sure we are yet to see more great feats coming from her in the near future.  There is Prof. (Mrs.) Dora Akunyili, … Continue reading Blessed are the women: A perspective – 3

Blessed are the women: A perspective — 2

Blessed are the women: A perspective — 2

Akachi Ezeigbo talks about the constraints and challenges of the woman writer (“Constraints and challenges of the woman glass ceiling crasher: The woman writer’s perspective”, Sunday Vanguard, November 21, continued November 28, 2004): “Men controlled creativity in the written form and dominated all literary genres.  This is illustrated by the ratio of women writers to … Continue reading Blessed are the women: A perspective — 2