I may head to court if my appeal fails – DG VON

The News Chronicle had an exclusive interview with the Director General of the Voice of Nigeria (VON), Osita Okechukwu, in which he spoke about...

Lifestyle Of The Armed Herdsmen Is No Longer Sustainable – Barkindo

Recently, Rev. Fr. Athanasius Barkindo, the Director of the Kukah Centre paid a courtesy visit to The News Chronicle, where he spoke extensively with Ologun Opeyemi...

#NotTooYoungToRunBill was a right Nigerians got deprived of – Inyang-Mbekwe

Dennis Etim Inyang-Mbekwe, FCT Chairman of Social Democratic Party (SDP) in an exclusive chat with Seyi Anjorin, Assistant Editor of The News Chronicle in...

Wike’s Negatives Outweighs Its Positives – Princewill

Prince Tonye T.J.T Princewill, an All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain in Rivers State and former gubernatorial aspirant under the Labour Party (LP) in the...

Amendment Of The UBE Act 2004 Remains Non Negotiable – CODE

Recently, a coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) including Connected Development (CODE) and Malala Fund called for an amendment to the Universal Basic Education...

Exposing the Giants: The Global Power Elite

Developing the tradition charted by C. Wright Mills in his 1956 classic The Power Elite, in his latest book, Professor Peter Phillips starts by reviewing...

Ngugi wa Thiong’o

Born in Kamiriithu, Kenya, in 1938, Thiong’o is one of the most celebrated African intellectuals and writers. He has enjoyed international acclaim as a novelist, essayist, playwright, social commentator and activist.

I started hawking with tray but can now conveniently feed family of 9 –...

Ibrahim Falarun is a husband of two wives and father of six. In a chat with The News Chronicle, he revealed how he started...

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Adichie is often spoken of in the same breath as Achebe, with many believing she has assumed his creative mantel. She is widely regarded as one of the most important voices to have emerged in contemporary African literature and has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards.

Yvonne Vera

Born in 1964 in Bulawayo in what was then Southern Rhodesia, Vera’s life was cut tragically short when, in 2005, she died of meningitis aged just 40. She has come to be regarded as one of the most important sub-Saharan female novelists to have emerged in recent decades.

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