Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Dilemma of a Prophet

The end time signs are already here. This drama book is a mirror of certain things happening in religious centres these days. Some pious messengers of God are facing temptation from ladies with ulterior motives of coming to their worship centres; likewise some pious females are being tempted and some have fallen victims of the sexual escapades of some so called "men of God."  The link to the book on amazon is this. Just copy and paste on your browser:

Monday, December 7, 2015

Literary Communication In Mass Communication

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Nightmares in Paradise

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Appraisals of some poems in this volume Nightmares in Paradise

“A paradise is a paradise, a perfect place. Perfection needs no other qualification because it is the ideal, the unattainable. If this paradise is ‘giant,’ then it has a flaw and ceases to be paradise.”
---Dr. Patrick Oloko, 
 English Department, University of Lagos.

Unreliable paradise “When poets turn historians, they knit this wonderful one, and raise old wounds asking for justice that has never been given in the history of mankind.”
---Kola Bola, Poet/Sub-Editor, 
 Newswatch Newspaper, Lagos, Nigeria.

 The ocean weeps “This poem is good... I really love the energy in the title...”
---Dr. Joseph Ushie, Department of English, University of Calabar, 
 Cross River State, Nigeria.

Wiser than the Oracle “Excellent piece.”
---Christy Anyanji, Consultant-Editor, Lagos.

 Obama’s bones to bones “Blessed you are good, so good that making rhymes is nothing to you.”
---Amaka Emeka, Media House, Ghana.

 Who wins the prize? “I love the rhythmic flow of this poem. It could be sung. It is didactic, even as it carries some elements of humour.”
---Richard Inya, Abuja FCT.

Life is a woman “Great thoughts are embodied in this poem...”
---Dr. Patrick Oloko, English Department, University of Lagos.

The ocean weeps “…You write like a spirit whose thoughts travel with the speed of light and can only be understood by committed minds.”
---Fidelis Ejimofor Enwemeka, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Prophecies of the caring angels “Originality meets creativity.”
---Samuel Baki, Benue State University, Makurdi, Benue.

On the prowl “Beautiful!”
---Ufoegbune Gideon Chukuma, University of Agriculture, 
 Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Mega city, mega rubbish “Mega city without a mega plan to achieve it may ring no London out of Lagos...that, every man knows...thumbs for this yet another wonderful poetic observation.”
---Kola Bola, Poet/Sub-Editor, Newswatch Newspaper.

Mega city, mega rubbish “Un-put-down-able piece with beautiful rhymes.”
---Fidelis Ejimofor Enwemeka, Lagos.

Valentine’s prophecies “I am in love with this poem.”
---Funmilayo Jolaoso, Surulere, Lagos.

Valentine’s prophecies “I love this poem, generally, especially for the conflation of love emotions with aspects of language - adjectives, nouns, adverbs – which are the usual messengers between persons entangled in the delicate matters of love. Here, these otherwise indifferent parts of speech become infused with the business of love on a Valentine's Day. In other words, they become the ultimate victims or beneficiaries in this business between/among human hearts. In this respect, I consider this poem to hold great promise for its technique of reinvigorating what should be banal with this shifting of the 'battle'/burden to parts of speech.”
---Dr. Joseph Ushie, Department of English, University of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.

From your sexy guy “...Love mesmerizes...”
---Macpherson Okpara, Department of English, School of Languages, Ebonyi State College of Education, Nigeria.

From your sexy guy “So it is true that love knows no bound, now l know... thumbs for this nice effort...”
---Kola Bola, Poet/Sub-Editor, Newswatch Newspaper.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

The Salacious Don Juan

After undergoing incubation for eight years, ''The Salacious Don Juan'' is now smoking to come out in paperback cover print. Watch out for the thriller on bookshelves very soon. Xoxo.

Friday, May 15, 2015

The President and other poems

Those whose poems met the standards for inclusion in this anthology would receive a copy each, from Bulkybon Publications Company, for appreciating the good legacies of reading culture and all time promotion of peace personified by former President Goodluck Jonathan in Nigeria in spite of any human frailties associated with his tenure. This book would continue to be a reference point not only about him but about Bayelsa and Nigeria as an entity in terms of our cultural heritage and values among Nigerian creative writers. It is a book that many students of Creative Writing, Political Science and History would find very important as a reference material in analysing salient issues in the polity for posterity. Congratulations to former President Jonathan for still having some unknown friends who pour out their feelings and thoughts about him and Nigeria through many entertaining verses in the book. It would be a very good souvenir for those who would attend his handing over ceremony later this month. Xoxo.

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Passport To Success

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