Sylvester Asoya

The Burden of Incognizance

By Sylvester Asoya In 429 BC, Sophocles, one of the world’s greatest tragedians, staged Oedipus…

Kanayo O. Kanayo: A study in perseverance

      By Sylvester Asoya As a teenager, his fondest dream was to become…

The trial of Jacob Zuma

 Sylvester Asoya I have not read a nonfiction in recent times as provocative as THE…

Dreamers and Vision 2010

By Sylvester Asoya Wendell Willkie, Frankline Roosevelt’s opponent in the highly sensational presidential campaign of…

“The Artist and the Tragedy of a Nation”

Sylvester Asoya On March 28, 1991, the late Professor ‘Zulu Sofola, Africa’s first female professor…

“Arrest the Music!”

Professor Tejumola Olaniyan who teaches African Cultural Studies and English at the University of Wisconsin,…

Who will save education in Nigeria?

Sylvester Asoya Nelson Mandela, the famous anti-apartheid revolutionary and former president of South Africa once…

I Remember Azikiwe and AwoLowo

  By Sylvester Asoya It is very difficult to forget great men like Nnamdi Azikiwe…

Between Republic of Benin and Nigeria

By Sylvester Asoya During Chief Olusegun Obasanjo’s first term as a democratically elected president, my…