Howard M-B Maximus A cover has many faces. As the language a book is written in changes, so does its … More
A young boy walks into the house to find his mother clutching a Bible, singing with tears in her eyes. This poignant story is deeply moving and focuses on the loss of a mother by her son who’s trying to comprehend death.
After two years away from home, the journey back to Nigeria comes with its own story. Most important is the story between a mother and her daughter, the love that exists between them and how they interact like sisters.
Five years after breaking onto Cameroon’s music scene in 2012 through a featuring on Jovi’s HIV album, RCHL asserts her presence by releasing SOLR Vol. 1, a maiden EP that sparks interest because of its content and creative context.
In the blur of moments of innocent intimacy, the line of mentorship and ‘assumed fatherhood’ was crossed into the unexpected.
Tolu Daniel Tolu Daniel travelled from Abeokuta in the South Western part of Nigeria, down to Calabar in the South … More
Socrates Mbamalu takes on Chigozie Obioma’s Guardian article against provincial writing. He questions the arguments Chigozie puts forth and gives a deep analysis in defence of provincial writing.
Jeremy Klemin Repeated encounters with corruption while travelling cause Jeremy Klemin to ponder the various forms of corruption as well … More
What is the Anglophone Problem, who is Anglophone in Cameroon? On the basis of history and the Constitution, Harry Acha reflects on what the Anglophone Problem is (and is not), and the way forward.
Titilayo Adeoye What does a day in the life of a volunteer at the Ake Festival look like? Titilayo Adeoye … More