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Onyeka Nwelue | The Trent Voice

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Onyeka Nwelue is an author and founding member of The Trent Voices and visiting lecturer of African Studies at The University of Hong Kong and Manipur University, India. He won a Prince Claus Ticket Grant in 2013. He lives in Puebla and Paris.

Onyeka Nwelue: Why A Mile From Home Is A Great Film [The Trent Voices]

Many of the films made in Nigeria at the moment, are not available to their audiences. Many of the films people watch in Nigeria...

Onyeka Nwelue: What Wilfred Okiche Doesn’t Know About Filmmaking [The Trent Voices]

I read "Why "I Come Lagos" is the last Elvis Chucks' film I will be seeing" by Wilfred Okiche, published on Y!Naija on July...

Onyeka Nwelue: How Wole Soyinka Saved My Life [GOOD READ]

Years ago, on a certain Sunday night, around 9.15pm, I was snoring away in my bed, sleeping soundly, maybe, when my father woke up:...

Meet Rich Hassani, A Young Afro-Pop Artiste (INTERVIEW, PHOTOS)

Ric Hassani is a young afro-pop artiste. His great passion for music has always been a large part of his life from a very...

Global Chatroom: Chude Jideonwo Discusses His New Book And Turning On The Button For His Generation

Confident and full of dreams, Chude Jideonwo remains one of the most influential young people in Africa. Once he had the opportunity to start living his...

Onyeka Nwelue: Open Letter To Nigerians Who Want To #BringBackOurGirls [The Trent Voices]

Dear Nigerians, I write this short letter from my bed, with no heavy heart, because Nigeria is getting worse from what I used to know....

Onyeka Nwelue: An Open Letter To His Excellency Atiku Abubakar [The Trent Voices]

My dearest Atiku, You still address yourself as His Excellency, which is palpably laughable. I will keep that aside and focus on what I've been...

Global Chatroom: Dotcom Entrepreneur Binyerem Ukonu Talks With Onyeka Nwelue

A freaky transition, though, but rooted to architecture, publisher and writer, Binyerem Ukonu talks about BuyPlan.com.ng and everything else that matters. He's author...

10 Young Nigerians You Should Look Up To in 2014

Five years ago, my first novel, The Abyssinian Boy was published by DADA Books. Today, I am 26 and a new book, Burnt, a...

Fresh Acts: ‘Music to me is pure joy, it is just spiritual’ – BabaFemi

We meet at Bogobiri House. Seated with another artiste, Dapo, Babafemi Samuel Akinkugbe (BabaFemi) walks in, clad in a simple attire, wearing his shade....

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