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“I write because I can’t not write” – An Interview with Bisi Adjapon June 12, 2019 – Posted in: Interview

In the month of May, we had the privilege of hosting the author, Bisi Adjapon. We talked about lots of things – CLICK HERE FOR THE POST WE DID ON THE EVENT! At the event, we talked about themes explored in the book, her next work (s) – a sequel for Of Women And Frogs, a novel with immigration as its central theme, and other contemporary issues. Although Bisi writes novels to entertain, and writes…

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Segun Dada – In an Interview With Punch Newspaper  February 8, 2018 – Posted in: Literary Lifestyle

Segun Dada was interviewed by Joy Marcus for Punch Newspaper. Segun Dada, 30, is the Commercial Excellence Leader at Baker Hughes, a General Electric Company. He speaks about his job and other interests.  When asked about Kawe Africa he said : When I’m not working, I make an effort to give back, and Kawe Africa has been an excellent platform where we help to popularise reading and writing culture in Africa. I once heard that if…

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New York Times Interviews 18 Girls Who Were Captured by Boko Haram Militants… November 24, 2017 – Posted in: The Chibok Girls

The New York Times interviewed 18 girls who were captured by militants in Nigeria and sent into crowds to blow themselves up. Here are their stories. The girls didn’t want to kill anyone. They walked in silence for a while, the weight of the explosives around their waists pulling down on them as they fingered the detonators and tried to think of a way out. I don’t know how to get this thing off me,” Hadiza, 16,…

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