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Africans will spur creativity and innovation by celebrating their own excellence — Quartz November 6, 2016

Posted by OromianEconomist in Africa, African Beat, African Literature, Uncategorized.
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This week, Wole Soyinka, the first African to win the Nobel prize in literature, said he wanted another award: The Grammy. Speaking at Oxford University, Soyinka was responding to Bob Dylan’s recent crowning as the winner of the prestigious literature prize, when he said: “Since I’ve written quite a number of songs for my plays,…

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