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Ejiogu’s Tale of the greatest reality show

Reality Show

Melvin Ikenna Ejiogu, a Technology Professional gives an enthralling account of the revelations he had about life and Christianity in his new book, The Greatest Reality Show. The book features astounding tales of human existence as a spiritual-cum social being whose core essence should be ensconced in God. The story is based on the author’s real-life experience which he admits motivated him to write: “My experience in life prompted me to write this book. I believe I have something to share that others might learn one or two things from.” He adds that those “who yearn for more knowledge about this incredible life and the God who created it will find great satisfaction in this book.”   

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Wide acceptability is more important to me than winning prizes — Chiazor Enenmor

Wide acceptability is more important to me than winning prizes — Chiazor Enenmor

Says some books have gone out of circulation after winning prizes By Prisca Sam-Duru Anambra State-born Ndidi Dorothy Chiazor-Enenmor is an award-winning author of many children’s books. Married with four children, Chiazor-Enenmor holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and a Post Graduate Diploma in English from the University of
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Fela has no co-creator of Afrobeat

Fela has no co-creator of Afrobeat

Multiple facets of the ground-breaking Afrobeat genre Fela’s amazing creativity brought By Ola Balogun Of recent, considerable confusion was created by some misinformed commentators whose misguided enthusiasm has led to the propagation of a mistaken notion that Afrobeat was somehow “co-created” by a prominent drummer who performed with Fela for many years. The least that
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Ndidi Dorothy Chiazor-Enenmor

Wide acceptability is more important to me than winning prizes — Chiazor-Enenmor, Author

Anambra State-born Ndidi Dorothy Chiazor-Enenmor is an award-winning author of many children’s books. Married with four children, Chiazor-Enenmor holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and a Post Graduate Diploma in English from the University of Lagos. She recorded a major feat in her creative writing career last year when her book, “A Hero’s Welcome” made the longlist of The Nigeria Prize for Literature, 2019 sponsored by Nigeria LNG. This brilliant writer shares more in this interview with Vanguard’s Arts & Reviews:

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Portrait of survivalists in Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners

Portrait of survivalists in Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners

In his award-winning novel, The Lonely Londoners, Trinidadian novelist, Samuel Selvon narrates the captivating story of a crop of survivalists with uncanny abilities to adapt to harsh sociopolitical, economic and physical environments, thereby surviving against all odds even in the most gruelling setting. The novel published by Alan Wingate (1956) and Longman Drumbeat (1979) is set in the heyday of British colonialism, capturing the era of mass migration of people from the various colonies to London.

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