at April 17, 2018
A new gathering of writers, WIN, is to hold its second monthly meeting on Saturday, April 14. It is a forum for writers to share their passion and belong to a family of closely-knit writers with opportunities for fellowships and residencies at home and abroad.
The meeting is to hold at QuickSpace Hall, 44, Community Rd, Off Allen Avenue-Ikeja at 12noon.
New members are welcome.
How We Finally Die, an exhibition of remarkable paintings by contemporary Nigerian artist Akintunde Odesola with disturbing images of children visibly ravaged by hunger and destitution occasioned by war and civil unrest. Also with iconic figures like Maya Angelou, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr., Chinua Achebe and so on, opens on Saturday, April 21 by 2:00pm at National Museum, Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria.
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