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Baba Kekere Of Oyo Kingdom

30th April 2022

  The astonishing image of Morenikeji Lasisi also known as “Baba Kekere”, which literally means “small father” because of his diminutive figure has surfaced on the internet. This was coming after the death of the Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III, who ruled Oyo between 1970 and 2022. According to local collaborators, Baba Kekere, … Continue reading Baba Kekere Of Oyo Kingdom

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The Black Axe: A BBC Exposé On Nigeria’s Deadliest Cult Group

17th December 2021

  On the 13th of December, the African Eye of the BBC did a documentary on Nigeria’s most dreaded mafia-style gang, The Black Axe. As of the writing of this article, the video which was premiered on YouTube on December 13, 2021, has generated over 470,209 views. The 52 minutes, 10 seconds video documentary is … Continue reading The Black Axe: A BBC Exposé On Nigeria’s Deadliest Cult Group

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Captivating Images of Lagos on Lockdown

1st May 2020

For the past five weeks, Nigeria has been on lockdown; Lagos state, Ogun state, and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja were on total Lockdown, while other states in Nigeria experienced partial lockdown. To virtually everyone in Nigeria, this is unprecedented, as the wave of the Corona Virus Pandemic swept across the country. Read more about … Continue reading Captivating Images of Lagos on Lockdown

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Onyeka Nwelue Celebrates Soyinka In New Documentary Film, ‘Wole Soyinka: A God And The Biafrans’

19th April 2018

Award-winning Nigerian writer and filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue is developing a documentary on Nigerian Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka, titled, “Wole Soyinka: A God and the Biafrans”. The Documentary The project which, according to Nwelue, was started in 2004 when he was 16, and is being developed at The Cooper Gallery, Hutchins Center for African & African … Continue reading Onyeka Nwelue Celebrates Soyinka In New Documentary Film, ‘Wole Soyinka: A God And The Biafrans’

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