The Nigerian Satire Festival 2017 is the first of an annual event to promote satire as a tool for dialogue and social commentary in Nigeria. The event is scheduled to hold on the United Nation’s International Day of Tolerance, November 16 & 17, at the ballroom of Sheraton, Ladi Kwali, Abuja. Over the two days, participants – citizens and government – will dialogue and highlight serious issues without offending sensibilities.


#DrawingBlood visual poetry performance by Atilola Moronfolu at the Retreat on Promoting National Cohesion and Building Platforms to Counter Divisive Conduct organised by @SMYFoundation and @OOPL_Abeokuta

Thanks to @Asukwoeb @Bulamacartoons & CARTAN for the content & initiative

Our SME Sustainability & Growth Conference holds next week Wednesday 27 June 2018 at The Zone Tech Park, Gbagada, Lagos.

It is a conversation between stakeholders in the SME ecosystem.

Don't miss these great speakers & panelists.

More info here: https://t.co/zegT40RocA

Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars - Martin Luther King, JR

#DrawingBlood by @alexfalcoch

Until we all start to take responsibility, until we do all we can to improve the character of our communities, we'll never break the cycle of violence and indifference - Carrie P. Meek

#DrawingBlood by @Asukwoeb

Brilliant article by @ayodejirotinwa on the rise of satire in Africa.

@OkeyBakassy @TheOtherNewsCTV @channelstv @FrankDDONCFR @SatireNigeria @GordonComedian @ArojahTheatre @AbujaLitSociety @dmerije @kamri_apollo @lolashoneyin @toyosilagos @BolaBap @Asukwoeb @Bulamacartoons https://t.co/bJL7a9Eb7U

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