Ayi Kwei Armah

Born in Takoradi, Ghana, in 1939, Armah is widely considered one of the most important African writers to have emerged in the post-colonial period. Educated at Harvard, Armah has worked as a translator and scriptwriter, in addition to his activities as a novelist.

5 books to read on a rainy day

The overcast sky, rain pouring on green plants and parched roads makes for a good view from a window. But that also means that...

Scorecard ; I least expected that from Buhari considering his background and record –...

… says Nigeria Needs Restructuring in Tandem with its Population Status – Gabam   Alhaji Shehu Musa Gabam, National Secretary of the Social Democratic Party (SDP)...

Woman at Point Zero (a book review)

“Woman at Point Zero” is based on a true story about a woman whose struggles to survive poverty end with her facing execution at the same prison where the author herself was held for political activism... Reading for those who wish to understand why women still suffer at the hands of men and society

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...

Cattle Colony is an Aberration of the Liberty we have as Nigerians – DG...

While the Federal Government has proposed cattle colonies as the sustainable solution to the continuous Farmers and Herdsmen clashes, Professor Danladi Atu, Director General...

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to release Book “Fighting Corruption is Dangerous: The Story Behind the Headlines”

Former Minister of Finance Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is set to release a book titled “Fighting Corruption is Dangerous: The Story Behind the Headlines.” Okonjo-Iweala made the announcement on her Twitter, revealing that it was “risky” for her to write the book.

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...

The Miseducation of Obi Ifeanyi

Obi got home to find Ike asleep beside Nkechi while she watched television. Seeing the image of his family, the one he had consciously created, made it crystal clear to him that these two people were his main priority in life. This was his wife and his son, and he had chosen them. 

The Memory of Love (a book review)

The Memory of Love is a heartbreaking story of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances

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