Lagos International Poetry Festival: Borderless Words

Great news! West Africa’s first international poetry festival will be making its debut in Lagos from the October 28th – November 1st 2015 with the Lagos International Poetry Festival. Headlining this year’s festival are some of the biggest names in the global literary space, poetry and spoken word, including Warsan Shire, London’s first young poet laureate, winner of…

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First 100 Days of Change by Enitan Okediji

“Let me assure you that if I am elected President… we will always act on time and not allow problems to irresponsibly fester.” This statement made by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Chattam House before the election, has been grossly misunderstood by a number of highly expectant Nigerians. So much, that even when he reiterated…

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Buhari’s First 100 Days by SBM Intel

As the first of what will be 14 one hundred day intervals of the Buhari administration approaches, an evaluation of his performance based on his campaign promises is in order. The hard work of active citizenship, totally different from the heat of campaigning, has begun in earnest, and only by holding leaders to account can a better…

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#JovagoTips: Food tourism in Africa

Food tourism implies the discovery of food as the aim of travel. This may sound like a dream to many but it is a dream come true for the foodies out there. As the second largest continent and with fifty-four countries, Africa definitely has a wide range of culinary wonders to offer to the food-loving…

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Club Nomoreloss @ Planet 1: Roll out the drums!

Venue: Planet 1

Host: Nomoreloss and Planet 1

What’s the ghen ghen? : Top shelf entertainment. The only venue in

Lagos where you can shake it down and low with all the stars that you

hitherto see on tee-vee.

What? : Don’t believe us? Click on the image above to see pictures

from the last one werunthings.com covered.

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Taruwa Event: 15th July,2008

Another week, a new set of breath taking performances at Taruwa. TARUWA is a bi-weekly event hosted by Gbagyichild, spearheaded by the wonderful Lydia Idakula. It is an event which creates a platform for artistes to express themselves in an intellectual setting. It holds every other Tuesday at Bogobiri (N0. 9 Maitama Sule – off Awolowo road, Ikoyi Lagos) from 7pm to 9pm.

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