AUTHORPEDIA CHAT: “The more you read, the better you write” — ANGEL OYINPREYE TARILA–NIKADE

ANGEL OYINPREYE TARILA–NIKADE is 9 year-old Nigerian writer from Agbere in Sagbama local government area of Bayelsa State. Oyinpreye is the first born child of her family. She recently published her first book ISABELLE AND THE REWARD FOR DISOBEDIENCE’.  Oyinpreye is presently a primary four pupil of Biedomo Premier School. You...

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AUTHORPEDIA CHAT: "Literary prizes do not define a writer’s worth” — AYOOLA GOODNESS OLANREWAJU

Goodness Olanrewaju Ayoola hails from Osun State, Nigeria. His poetry has appeared in numerous poetry journals. He has won several poetry awards, including  second place in the World Poetry Prize for Peace, place in the Patriot for Change Creativity Contest, 2015, second place in the Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (May...

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AUTHORPEDIA CHAT: "Nigerian writing is currently an iceberg” —Emmanuel Frank-Opigo

Emmanuel Ayibaemi Frank-Opigo, an engineer and a poet, is the Director of Works and Services at the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. He was the Chairman of the State Branch of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) from 2013 to 2015 and is still the Editor-in-Chief of the Branch magazine THE MARINER....

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AUTHORPEDIA CHAT: "My gender equality idea has bounds" — Ebidenyefa Tarila Nikade

Ebidenyefa Tarila Nikade is a wife, mother, Educationist, teen mentor, counselor, broadcast Journalist and public speaker who believes in creating platforms for young people to express themselves. She is passionate about women and children, especially the sexually abused; hence her writings are centred on such themes. She is the CEO of Creative Xpressions...

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