Other Works


Saraba Magazine: Tijani

AFREADA: Do You Think I’m an Animal Like You

Agbowo: Oloye Alade

aKoma: The Things Lost in Translation

aKoma: Transcripts: 18.11.2016

aKoma: The (Wo)man at the End of the Village

Livelytwist: To Catch a Fly

Omenana: Yes I Can Dance

Visual Verse: He Couldn’t Resist

LitroUK: Always Kissing


Essays (Criticism)

aKoma: Film Review: In ‘Hakkunde’, Nollywood Meets Kannywood, Becomes Bollywood

aKoma: Isoken: Finding the Right Audience for the Perfect Romance

aKoma: Film Review: Shit and the Deadly Sin of Ojukokoro

aKoma: The Victory and Exhortation in Ifeoma Fafunwa’s Hear Word

akoma: Film Review: Like Strawberry Like the Wedding Party

aKoma: Much Ado About Eba: On Ibrahim’s Win and Obioma’s Protest Against Provincialism

Music In Africa: The meaning of Nathaniel Bassey’s Hallelujah Challenge

Music In Africa: Omawumi strives for prestige on Timeless

Music In Africa: Teni Entertainer offers fresh Fuji twist on Fargin

Music In Africa: MI Abaga proves words matter in music journalism

Music In Africa: Wo!! is Olamide’s call to the streets

Music In Africa: Review: Simi — Joromi

Music In Africa: Review: John Ogah ft. Simi and Adekunle Gold — Uncle Suru

Music In Africa: Review: Adekunle Gold — Gold

Music In Africa: Review: Aramide — Suitcase

Saraba Magazine: The Curious Case of Nigerian literary ambition

Guardian Newspapers: Theatre Review: Lagos Na Wa… The Casual Rhythm of Lagos

Whatsonafrica: What good is Nigerian art in times like these

Whatsonafrica: Profile: Logor Oluwamuyiwa: A Lagos Photographer Aims for Transcendence 

Whatsonafrica: The NEXT Thing in Culture Journalism in Nigeria

Klorofyl: A Review of the 2015 Caine Prize Shortlist

The Sole Adventurer: Why Do These Things Only Happen in Lagos

Review: Africiné: A Glorious Quest


Essays (Personal Narrative)

Livelytwist: I hope someone calls them beloved

Klorofyl: Saturation (A personal narrative in eight parts)

aKoma: Why I write

Farafina Trust: Workshop Memoir

FlashFriday Interview: Spotlight on Nigeria: IfeOluwa Nihinlola

Ranchosblog: How You Became Gainfully Unemployed.


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