The African literature space has more to do even though we have come far in terms of development and the number of African authors being celebrated globally, we can not deny the fact that, amazing heights attained.
Nigerians are particularly known and revered on the continent for their phenomenal literary works, an underlying fact that can not be overlooked but worthy of the celebration. When we heard that Nigerian author and filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue has worked on a masterpiece in honour of 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature collector, Wole Soyinka christened Wole Soyinka: A God and the Biafrans, we were happy.
The preview of the film is set to take place at Harvard University on July 13, 2018. Onyeka captures Wole’s relationship with the Igbo tribe, what led him to jail and several other life experiences of an Africa playwright legend.
This is a film that must be watched by all and we are ready for it.
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