Cyprian Ekwensi was celebrated as Africa’s greatest urban novelist. Most writers make a habit of staying away from the city centre, and almost always pursue their craft in rural locales.
Surulere Now! had never before heard of the Tejuosho Farmer’s Cooperative at the end of Tejuosho Rd, down past NTA Lagos Channel 10. The land under cultivation, 150 hectares in
In this issue, we feature the Hearts of Gold Children’s Hospice along Alhaji Masha Rd. Like most people, I would pass it and vaguely think I should try and ’do’
The popular Adeniran Ogunsanya Street commemorates the life and pioneering achievements of the nationalist, lawyer and politician. It ought to. He played a decisive role in its conception and evolution
Help, the Dutch are coming! In the last few issues we featured Femke van Zeijl. Particularly well received was her article on her search for the perfect akara in our
Boxing as a sport has brought Nigeria much glory, considering the heroics of the late Hogan ’Kid’ Bassey and Dick Tiger in the late 1950s and early 1960s (see