Elnathan John is one of Nigeria’s most well-known contemporary satirists. He has twice been shortlisted for the prestigious Caine Prize for African Writing (2013 & 2015). His writing has been published in Per Contra, Evergreen Review and Chimurenga’s The Chronic. His debut novel, Born on a Tuesday, won the Betty Trask Award 2017. He is one of the judges for the 2019 Man Booker International Prize.
Walked to the EU election polling unit near my house. Boring. No thugs. No ballot box snatching. No queues. No party agents. No vote buying. They don’t even defend their vote. Nothing to see. I yawned. And went home. #WhereAreTheIrregularities #IsItAnElectionIfThereAreNoGunshots
Alaba Onajin is a published Freelance Cartoonist and Illustrator, currently based in Ondo, Nigeria. His work includes Anike Eleko, a children’s comic book on girls’ education and other art collaborations with UNESCO on the Role of Women in African History Project.
#YoungNLegit: #TheEagle Pick for the Week - @AlabaOnajin a comic book illustrator, and the author/illustrator of Anike Eleko, a children's comic book on girls' education in Africa. He is a traditional, pencil and ink artist, whose colour illustrations are done digitally. https://t.co/e1JVgEkOmg