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Jagun Jagun: Finally, something truly epic from Nollywood – Toni Kan
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Intriguing Insights into Reincarnation: A review of Cheta Igbokwe’s “Awele” — Nenye Okoye
With “Wedlock of the Gods,” professor brings Nigerian storytelling and culture to USC main stage — Chinyere Amobi
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To kill a mockingbird and the addled mystics of paraplegic socio-economic organisations — Michael Oloyede
Mohbad: Death as the ultimate promotion – Toni Kan
George Orwell’s “1984” and our present reality – Muhammed Alfa Belgore
A Literary Journey Unveiled: Janet Chinenye Eze explores love, women’s lives and adaptations
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October 31, 2021
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What is the role of European culture institutions in Africa today? – Nadine Siegert, Director Goethe Institut Lagos.
Nadine Siegert is a bubbly character with a ready smile. She has just arrived Lagos as the new Director of...
May 9, 2021
5 min read
Ndidi Dike’s “Commodities of Consumption” part of Goethe’s “Echoes of the South Atlantic” project
Ndidi Dike has emerged one of 11 artists selected for the Echoes of the South Atlantic project by Goethe Institute...
April 11, 2021
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Yoruba gods come alive in new book “Who’s Who in the Yoruba Pantheon”
A new book, “Who’s Who in the Yoruba Pantheon”, written by Peju Akande, Jahman Anikulapo and Toni Kan with illustrations...
August 9, 2020
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Safurat Balogun launches podcast – Validthoughts.
Safurat Balogun, culture advocate, and former head of Library services at Goethe Institut Lagos has joined the podcast fray with...
October 1, 2019
2 min read
Afro Young Adult anthology for launch at Ake Festival
…Collection of literature for Young Adults contains short stories from 13 African countries The Goethe-Institut is proud to present the...
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