Literary adherents gather for book reading

The Pulp Faction Club spices up its sixteenth edition with unending conversations about topical issues.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Beautiful Inside and Outside By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

“If one is so fuzzy about putting a prefix before her name, “Ms.” will simply do.”

Book: A review of Richard Ali’s “City of Memories”, By Bokoru Julius

“Richard Ali mirrors how religion has become a weapon for people with a lust for contemporary relevance and political power”

Tourists besiege Osun Osogbo festival

Tourists from all over the world have filled up Osun’s capital city, Osogbo, for the upcoming festival

Sins of the Past, By Uzor Maxim Uzoatu

A Review of Ugochi Chienyenwa Oshai’s Bumps of Life.

Letter to Lugard from Flora Shaw

I honestly think the name 'Royal Niger Company Territories

TRAVELOGUE: In search of Mary Slessor

Mary Slessor was not just a missionary. She was a humanitarian, an angel of peace, a leader, a mother of all.

Lagos carnival showcases magnificent costumes, designs, acrobatics

Nigeria can stop importation of finished products, says Fashola

Zebrudaya mourns "Giringori"

The actor describes the late Iroha as an ingenious actor, producer


Following Premium Times report, DSTV compensates shortchanged mobile subscribers

The digital TV company is trying to pacify angry subscribers

History, optimism and rededication: A Review of Time to Reclaim Nigeria (2)

In the second part of the series, Edwin Madunagu continues his thorough review of ChidoOnumah

History, optimism and rededication: A Review of Time to Reclaim Nigeria (1)

In this first part, Edwin Madunagu does a thorough review of Chido Onumah

A chronicle and a clarion call – A review of Time to Reclaim Nigeria

The author argues Nigeria lies prostrate because of the actions, and sometimes inaction of Nigerians

Jonathan has something to hide – Chido Onumah

The author believes Nigeria is in dire need of revolution