Chika Ezeanya

In his new collection of poems in pidgin English, Agozino invests efforts in eschewing the haughtiness, detachment and pretensions of the ivory tower language in order to better address issues the way they are in Nigeria


There is much to celebrate among young people of Africa. Despite some serious setbacks, the results are encouraging and the prognosis is good, very good


Achebe’s ‘Things Fall Apart’ brought us face to face with our own story for the first time ever in the history of modern writing. It barely scratched the surface, but it opened the doors in the hearts of many other African writers to start telling their stories.

In view of the under-achievement record of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), global policy makers have set out on a search for a more veritable replacement ahead of its 2015 expiration date


The African Union is at the conclusive stages of fashioning an African cabotage regime that will ensure that only vessels owned by Africans will trade within the continent’s coastal waters

Corruption in Africa commenced with colonial governance. How can African governments search out ways to restore ethical principles?

The election of South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as the chairperson of the African Union has earned high points for the regional body on several indicators.


African countries operating under the exploitative CFA Franc must free themselves from its shackles.


In this short story, the wedding day of a young woman is described in the context of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.


It is an insult to the African Union and to every African that in 2012 a building as symbolic as the AU headquarters is designed, built and maintained by a foreign country – it does not matter which.