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Month: June 2017

FLUENCY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE: YARDSTICK FOR INTELLIGENCE?

FLUENCY IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE: YARDSTICK FOR INTELLIGENCE?

Comm’n guys. It’s time for us to dialogue. Have you been noticing, scanning through or ardently following my blog? I appreciate and celebrate you! Let me use this medium to get you fully involved. Doing a creative write-up on this topic has actually been on my mind for sometime now. But finally, it’s here. This will be highly interactive. So, let’s get talking. Consider, critically analyze and picture these 2 scenarios: Over-pampered sophisticated 25-year old Miss Laura is a Bachelor…

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‘Why I give out all my books for free’ – Saka Junior

‘Why I give out all my books for free’ – Saka Junior

Mr. Saka Junior is author of over twenty-three books. A former journalist who worked for ‘The Tide’ newspaper way back in the 1990s, he talks about what led him to creative writing, why he finds fulfillment in not selling his work, the reason he discarded about a hundred manuscripts, and more. Bookshelf: You don’t put your books out for sale. Why? Saka Junior: Right from when I started writing, my number one love was for people to read my work….

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UNVEILING NIGERIAN ACE BROADCASTER & RADIO NIGERIA POLITICAL EDITOR

UNVEILING NIGERIAN ACE BROADCASTER & RADIO NIGERIA POLITICAL EDITOR

In his preface to the biography on Nigeria’s foremost radical preacher, Pastor Tunde Bakare, written by Victorson Agbenson in 2014, a Professor of Literature and Winner of the Penguin Prize For African Writing, Pius Adesanmi wrote: “Victorson Agbenson, … is a master of the art of narrative, weaving … complex and multilayered plots …, inspirational tapestry …” No other expression could have better described the writing prowess of Comrade Victorson Agbenson. Born on 21st of February, 1976, Victorson hails from…

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