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LNWNO_Dr Imasuen_Wale Paerce.mov.Still004On this week’s episode of ‘Late night with Nike Oshinowo’ they explore the literary world of Nigeria with reputable authors Eghosa Imasuen and Adewale Maja-Pearce.

Host Nike Oshinowo takes her viewers through this inspirational episode discussing the importance of having a voice and telling our own stories as Nigerians.

Esosa Imasuen, whose books are published by Farafina imprint of Kachifo Limited, talks about his journey as a writer and his distinct transition from the Finance world to Literature and Publishing.

Esosa Imasuen

Esosa Imasuen

Nike Oshinowo

Nike Oshinowo

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Adewale Maja-Pearce

Adewale Maja-Pearce, who has a string of books under his belt “In My Father’s Country: A Nigerian Journey,” “Who’s Afraid of Wole Soyinka?” ,“Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa” and many other titles also joins in reiterating the importance of having a voice and telling our story.

Tune in tonight on AIT (DSTV channel 253) and be inspired.

For more information, visit the website: www.lnwno.com or follow on Twitter: @LNWNO; Instagram: @lnwno_ or on Facebook: www.facebook.com/latenightwithnikeoshinowo

2 Comments

  1. @edDREAMZ

    March 19, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said…
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    I dont think i will ever watch this womans programme bcos i gat no DSTv..
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

    • Tosin

      March 20, 2015 at 12:46 pm

      i went to my neighbour’s one late night to watch her – it was Poe, misspelled Po. she didn’t get him, but i guess that’s the point – the people she thinks are watching her are old boogie women and won’t get him either? i tuned out for the second guest sha, sorry. it was dakore and the glass of water or wine, very uppity, false uppity, not my taste AT ALL. i also watched part of an earlier episode.

      i like her poise as a person, hope she keeps up the show, makes it better, and notes that MAYBE there are not enough false boogie elderly women in Nigeria to make sucking up to them worth it. It’s ok to suck up to women, but not the endangered aristocratic (or wannabe) segment.

      damn, i gat opinions!
      😀

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