Ijeoma Oluo’s book, “So You Want To Talk About Race” is Number 1 in the New York Times Bestseller List. Another amazon has joined Ngozi Chimamanda Adichie and other literary giants up there. Biography Ijeoma Oluo is an Igbo Nigerian writer, born in 1980. She is the author of So You Want to Talk About… Continue reading New York Times Number Bestseller List: Ijeoma Oluo’s Book Is Number 1
Innocent Chizaram Ilo, has won the 2020 Commonwealth Short Story Prize for his book, “When a Woman Renounces Motherhood.” He joins other Nigerian literary figures like Jekwu Anyaegbuna who won with the entry, ‘Morrison Okoli’ in 2012; Lesley Armah who won with ‘Light’ in 2016; Akwaeke Emezi who won with ‘Who is like God’ in… Continue reading Innocent Chizaram Ilo Wins 2020 The Commonwealth Short Story Prize
Author of The Making of a Nation: Biafra -1969, Dr Arthur Agwuncha Nwankwo is dead. Nwankwo was also a former Vice Chairman of National Democratic Coalition (NADECO), the group that doggedly fought for the restoration of MKO Abiola’s June 12 mandate. He was aged 78. He died at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), after… Continue reading Prolific Author Arthur Nwankwo Dies At 78
Igbo Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie, has received the Prism of Reason award on her 42nd birthday in Germany.
Google’s doodle honouring Igbo and Nigerian play right, Oriaku Buchi Emecheta shows us that women also have first class brains just like men.