Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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...

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.

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...

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...

#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...

The Face: Cartography of the Void by Chris Abani

Part of a wonderfully eccentric series from Restless Books, Chris Abani’s exploration of his own face is a kind of mini-memoir, unpacking the histories, stories, and genealogies contained (and fetishized) inside this window to the soul. It’s a quick and easy read, a minor work by a major writer, though it will give you a good sense of why you should continue on and sample his poetry—Sanctificum, for example, is magnificent.

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.

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

The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die (A book review)

Izzo presents each lesson with heartfelt responses and anecdotes from these wise elders to illustrate how living each lesson has made them fulfilled and unafraid of death. “Just be yourself” has been the advice of every parent since Polonius. Izzo found that the simple phrase, “be true to yourself,” is the first secret.

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...

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