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Nigerian Army goes to Nollywood with THE movie LAHIRA, by Cyprian Josson

Fortunately, the events portrayed in the Nigerian Army film, LAHIRA, are a work of fiction. However, the question still remains: why is the Nigerian Army struggling to effectively eradicate terrorist organizations in Northern Nigeria? The answer lies in the fact that these groups are not just militant factions but are, in fact, lucrative enterprises worth …

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Discovering the Rich Culture of Nollywood: A Comprehensive Guide, by cyprian Josson

Nigerian cinema, popularly known as Nollywood, has evolved from a low-budget film industry to a world-renowned source of entertainment. With its roots in the early 1990s, Nollywood has now become the second-largest film industry in the world, producing over 2,000 films annually. The History of NollywoodThe history of Nollywood dates back to the late 1980s …

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Being a good Nigerian is not an easy task, by Cyprian Josson

Nigeria is a nation that is steeped in a unique cultural heritage and has a diverse population. However, the country has struggled with issues that have hindered its progress for decades. These problems range from corruption and tribal politics to a lack of trust in government institutions and their leaders. Despite this, there are still …

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Understanding Ebonics: African American Vernacular English in Alice Walker’s novel “The Color Purple” and Sapphire’s Novel “Push” by Cyprian Josson

In this article, I will examine the use of African American Vernacular English, commonly known as Ebonics, by Alice Walker and Sapphire in their literary works. I will provide a thorough analysis of Ebonics and its significance in African American culture. I will also explore the use of Ebonics in literature and its impact on …

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Uche the Nigerian immigrant in Paris: Episode 7: by Cyprian Josson – African Writer in Chartres

Finally, after months of waiting, Uche received the news he had been waiting for. His wife and children had been granted visas to come to France. Uche was overjoyed, knowing that his family would soon be reunited.He made all the necessary preparations for their arrival, renting a larger apartment and buying new furniture. When his …

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Uche the Nigerian immigrant in Paris: Episode 6: by Cyprian Josson – African Writer in Chartres

Years passed, and Uche’s life in France continued to improve. He eventually opened his own business, a small restaurant that served the traditional foods of his homeland. He became a respected member of his community, known for his kindness and generosity. As he looked back on his journey from an undocumented immigrant to a successful …

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Uche the Nigerian immigrant in Paris: Episode 5: by Cyprian Josson – African Writer in Chartres

One day, Uche was approached by a young man from Nigeria who had just arrived in France. The man was undocumented, just like Uche had been when he first arrived. He was living in a chambre de bonne, working long hours at a restaurant just to make ends meet. Uche saw himself in the young …

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Uche the Nigerian immigrant in Paris: Episode 4: by Cyprian Josson – African Writer in Chartres

As he looked out over the city from his apartment window, Uche smiled, feeling a sense of pride and accomplishment. He had come a long way since arriving in France as an undocumented immigrant, and he knew that there were still many challenges ahead. But he was ready to face them head-on, knowing that he …

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Uche the Nigerian immigrant in Paris: Episode 3: by Cyprian Josson – African Writer in Chartres

As he became more comfortable in his new home, Uche started to think more seriously about his future. He knew that he wanted to stay in France, but he also knew that he needed to secure his legal status. He had been living in the country without proper documentation for too long, and he knew …

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