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National Endowment Fund for the Art underway, says Duke

Nwainyinya showing the Mininster some of the worksFINALLY, the arts and culture sector in Nigeria may witness a new lease of life as the Federal Government is set to establish the National Endowment Fund for the Art.

Mbo Naka: Nosa Lee serves strong lyrical content

Nosa LeeAT first he wanted to become an engineer so that he can follow his father's footsteps, but later he discovered that he was not that good in the science subjects.

Race for X-Factor: Scores besiege Abuja audition centre

Cross section of the contestants during the  X-Factor audition in AbujaSCORES of contestants eager to vie for honor and glory in the X-Factor, music TV Reality Show brought to Africa for the first time by Globacom, last Saturday besieged the Sheraton Hotel, venue of the Abuja zone of auditions for the show.

Lolo 1, youngsters take clean up enlightenment project to Oshodi

Omotunde Adebowale-DavidAWARD-WINNING on-air presenter with Wazobia FM, and Clean Up Oshodi Brand Ambassador, Omotunde Adebowale-David has taken campaign of a clean environment to Oshodi local government, a populated area in Lagos State.

Compelling ‘collection’ from Briggs poetic fountain

Book Title: HeartBeats In The

Mangrove

Author:  Fabiah Briggs

Publisher: Inner Postures, Nigeria Limited

Year of Publication: 2001

Number of Pages 146

Reviewer: Oladipo Kehinde

Heart Beats In The Mangrove; a collection of poems by Fabiah Briggs brings to the fore a creek of a low tide with three thematic movements namely: nature and environment; history and contemporary happenings and praise worship. The latter segment echoes Miltonian sensibility of paradise lost as evident in “Cymbals to the Creator”. The nation needs the help of renaissance Moses.

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