From Slovenia to Ogidi rocks for the love of Naija

To many, attending choice parties in Lagos or Abuja, shopping in exquisite department stores and a few public places are best spots for seeing...

Echoes from CBAAC Int’l Children’s Day debate

The National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos, literally, came alive last week during an inter-secondary schools debate organised by the Centre for Black and African Arts...

Don shows impact of investment on employee innovation

Dr. Hyacinth Nwachukwu, a don and literary writer maps out the surest routes to employee innovation in the manufacturing industry in a new book....

A peep into the Grail Movement

In the Grail Movement, also known as Grail Message, members, known as ‘adherents and cross bearers’, are told to believe that whatever happens to...

Statue misrepresents Ojukwu – art promoter

For many years, Anambra State-born cultural activist and art promoter, Ozochinedu Idezuna, has been campaigning for the dismantling of the Odumegwu Ojukwu statue at...

Olisa Nwadiogbu Returns with Effort

Tomorrow, an art exhibition en-titled ‘Effort’ will open at 2.30pm in the main exhibition hall of the National Museum, Onikan, Lagos. It is the...

Congress plans another FESTAC for 2017

 The Pan-African Cultural Congress Bureau (PACCB) said that it was planning to hold another World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture ,...

Igue: Still the ultimate Thanksgiving

THERE is a decline in the acceptability of the Igue Festival, particularly in our rural areas, where the festival was originally held in the...

Behold Benin’s Dazzling Treasures

NOT many lands can boast of the kind of artistic heritage in Benin City, Edo State capital. The city is choked to the throat...

All hail the new Omo n’Oba

Crown Prince Eheneden Erediauwa , a career diplomat, becomes the new Oba of Benin. After a very successful career as Nigeria’s former Ambassador to Norway...