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Jimi Solanke almost needs no introduction. If you were a child in Nigeria who grew up between the 70s and the early 90s, or an adult for that matter, you must have encountered this sprightly, baritone-voiced man with big, bright, expressive and cheerful eyes on your screens and at many cultural events. He held you spellbound with his stories and songs on Storyland......

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In Nigerian poet, playwright and Nobel laureate Professor Wole Soyinka’s You Must Set Forth at Dawn Memoirs, a follow-up to his childhood memoirs, Ake, he talks about his experiences in Jamaica in the 90s in the chapter ‘From Ghetto to Garrison’. Here he describes the spate of violence he heard about and witnessed while he was on exile as a ‘wanted’ man during......

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