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More Academic Essays on African Writing 

SEE ALSO: ACADEMIC ESSAYS ON AFRICAN WRITING MORE Academic Essays are available to students, scholars and researchers on the subject of African poetry, African novel and drama. Again, and almost unbelievably, these previews from our library are...

Mendicants of Tribe: Revisiting the Argument for True Federalism in Nigeria

In the manipulated political graphology of this African kleptocracy only a stooge, never capable of independent or thoughtful universality of vision, would seem to be goaded on to preside over the Nigerian state. Mendicants for Tribe: Revisiting the Argument for True...

More Book Titles at African Books Network 

The art of the story is a never ending one when the mind is infused with the light of creative intelligence. MORE Global Titles, African Authors! Ad MORE HARVEST of expressions abound at African Books Network. The art of the story is...

African Literature journals: A Reader Overview   

With the coming to the internet of the African Literary Journals in earlier 2000 enthusiastic researchers were availed for the first time with online transmission of some of Africa's thriving body of literary work. A Reading Overview  of the Journals...

Academic Essays on African Writing in Preview

SEE ALSO: MORE ACADEMIC ESSAYS ON AFRICAN WRITING A LENGTHY series of academic essays on modern and oratorical African works abound from the rich pool of publications courtesy of the International Research Council on African Literature and Culture, IRCALC,...

African Leadership Failure (2): A Hater by the Name of Hero

Nigerian patriots cannot regale the world enough with the tragi-comic accounts of Buhari, Abacha, Obasanjo, Babangida, Abdusalami and company, in the historical devolution of the Nigerian national project. A Hater by another name: Unmasking one of Nigeria's several false heroes by...

In Every Oppressed Lives a Kanu, says Ernest Enobong 

During the 1960s the ANC in South Africa resorted to arms struggle when their peaceful protests failed to achieve the desired result to end the apartheid regime.

‘President Should Take a Bow’

Now what we see is the same arrogant tenacity for sectional dominion. Now we battle with cabal greed for state capture which had goaded every momentum toward public repression of human will

Nigeria: State Failure and the Biafran Problem (2)

State failure is a major syndrome of tribal conclaves of Africa immersed in Islamic barbarism and violent struggles for domination over some perceived 'Westernised' others. How Fascism in Nigeria bred Biafra Separatism (Part 2) by Chin Ce Africa Forum _ WITH `One Nigeria` the...

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