Africa’s first Nobel Laureate in literature, professor Wole Soyinka, celebrates his 84th birthday this day, Friday, 13th June, 2018. This man who grew up in a community where words were an integral part of living, is in himself coated with high-pitch imagination. David Francis E. writes about his conscience.
The Abuja Literary Society (ALS), was founded by Victor Anoliefo, Ike Anya, Ferdinand Agu and Ken Ike Okere in 1998 as an initiative to bring together writers, aspiring writers, book-lovers, intellectuals, and generally anyone with an interest in the literary arts, looking to relax in a creative atmosphere. This year she celebrated her 20th anniversary in style. Join David Francis E. as he takes you through the event from day one!
Sometimes, it takes much time to correct certain anomalies caused by our environment. Why it does, is simply that the most basic teacher to a child, is the environment he or she is born into. The author of this writ approaches this problem by giving an analysis of the place of moral development in a society, the need for character reformation, the threat of moral corruption, as well as the creation of a sane community coated with economic sustainability.