Africa's Literary Renaissance: Interview with Okey Ndibe

Publisher:
Voice of America
Publication Date:
10 March 2014
Tags:
Nigeria, Arts, Culture and Entertainment

Africa is said to be experiencing a literary renaissance. Okey Ndibe, a Nigerian novelist, political columnist and essayist, is among the writers that is capturing the imagination of readers across the continent. His latest novel is "Foreign Gods Inc." Ndibe recently visited our studios and in part one of VOA's Vincent Makori's interview with Ndibe, as he discusses what motivated him to write his latest book.


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