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Amnesty International on illegal military killings in Nigeria

Global human rights watchdog, Amnesty International (AI), has described the response of the Federal Government to communal violence as grossly inadequate, too slow, ineffective,...

Twenty years of African Books 

TIME passes ever so swiftly. But the works of great men need remind us we can live a life sublime, and departing leave behind...

Nigeria’s Failure and the Biafran Problem (1)

How fascism breeds separatism by Chin Ce Nigeria's failure in Africa as a fascist state has been compounded by the problem of growing demands for the...

The ​Hypocrites of Nigerian Unity

Failed leaders: The Gowon, Obasanjo, Babangida notoriety by Chin Ce IT is inconceivable the indignity Nigerian people are made to suffer daily by having to...

Submit an Abstract – IRCALC 

IRCALC Editors collate, review and approve your entries for publication in the relevant journals and book texts of African and Black literature for each...

2019 and Nigeria’s Reformation

Outing the cycle of national cluelessness by Chin Ce Most of us were part of a spirited campaign way back in 2014 for the battle of...

The Triadic Identity of Jean Toomer 

Benjamin Odhoji, Writer of the Year 2013 Writer of the Year JALC 2013 ~ CANE comprises poems, sketches, episodic stories and dramatic passages. Is it a novel?...

The Hindi Movie in Africa

Anjali Gera Roy, Writer of the Year 2011 Writer of the Year JAL, No. 8, 2011 ~ DESPITE the long history of Hindi cinematic flows to Africa,...

Literature, Leadership and Citizenship Issues of Modern Nigeria  

Chin Ce, 2005 Writer of the Year  ​Writer of the Year, ALJ 2005 ~ A SMALL, neglected pamphlet dots the reference section of the Nigerian national library....

Neo-Colonialism and the African Writer 

Joe Ushie, 2008 Writer of the Year  Writer of the Year, JAL, No. 5 2008 ~ Two Africas in One IN Africa, whether in orate pre-colonial period...
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