Architecture and Poetry are both forms of art – The Red Cap Poet.

Rudolph, who is also known as Ruddapoet, a talented poet and architect, discusses his art and speaks on how it has affected his lifestyle. Tell...

VISIT HATFIELD HOTEL AND SUITES IN JOS AND ENJOY A WORLD- CLASS TREATMENT AND...

Thinking about a time out in Jos or where you could relax and still be home  away from home, Hatfield Hotel and Suite located...

“What is at play in Anambra politics is the obvious determination of some people...

In this interview with The News Chronicle, the Anambra State Commissioner for Information, C Don Adinuba talks about his experiences as a commissioner, the...

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.

A Window on Europe

When Raskolnikov, the antihero of Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment,meditates on the brutal murders he has committed, he wonders whether the city in which he lives, St. Petersburg, was somehow responsible...

“We made spine surgery sexy!”, Dr Ogungbo, Consultant Neurosurgeon and founder of Brain and...

In this interview with The News Chronicle (TNC), Dr Biodun Ogungbo, a consultant neurosurgeon, talks about his clinic, Brain and Spine Surgeries Ltd, the...

The Famished Road (a book review)

Okri's novel – the first part of a trilogy – brought forward his distinctive brand of magical realism, but it also raised questions about some of the conventions of Anglo-African postcolonial writing.

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 BIG BUBBLE: How Technology Makes It Harder To Understand The World (a book...

An analysis of the ways that technology has transformed the media and made it harder for people to accurately understand the world. 

Dr. Abdurahman Abdullahi (Baadiyow)

Dr. Abdurahman Abdullahi (Baadiyow) combines a rare achievement of being a high-ranking military officer (1971-1986), an electronic engineer, an Islamic scholar, and sociopolitical activist.

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