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NANTAP celebrates 2017 theatre day with Osusu, Beyond the Garb

The National Association of Nigerian Theatre Arts Practitioners (NANTAP) will on Monday, March 27th, 2017, join all theatre practitioners across the world to celebrate the 2017 World Theatre Day (WTD) with the performances of Osusu and Beyond the Garb.

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Quintessential literary icon, Ben Obumselu bows out

Professor Benedict Ebele Obumselu, a distinguished leader, scholar and one of the highly respected literary icon is dead. Obumselu who was widely regarded by his contemporaries as one of the most cerebral literary critics in the African continent of 20th Century, whose rare outputs attained global circulation because of their philosophical, intellectual and oracular powers died at the age of 86.

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How the West consumes the earth

I reviewed a book once, starting by commending the excellent printing quality, binding, and finishing of the book. I was proud that the book was made in my own country, at the book making town of Ibadan. Let me start the review of this book, How Much is Enough?:The Consumer Society and the Future of the Earth, written by Alan Durning, by discussing the cover illustration, of which, after reading the book’s content, you will agree with me that it effectively summarises the whole work.

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