POPE PEN’S LETTERS AND THE INCONVENIENCE OF TRUTH: AN OMNIBUS REVIEW OF NENGI JOSEF OWEI-ILAGHA’S ‘EPISTLES TO THE PRESIDENT’ AND ‘SERMONS FROM THE OXBOW LAKE’ – By Bernard Otonye Stephen

NENGI JOSEF Owei-Ilagha a.k.a. Pope Pen is a well-known journalist, poet and public intellectual who has attracted both friendly and adversarial readership to his writings in print and electronic formats. Those who have read his works, especially the prose narratives, know that there is no subject matter he is shy to take on. He has written critically and passionately about public and private issues, from … Continue reading POPE PEN’S LETTERS AND THE INCONVENIENCE OF TRUTH: AN OMNIBUS REVIEW OF NENGI JOSEF OWEI-ILAGHA’S ‘EPISTLES TO THE PRESIDENT’ AND ‘SERMONS FROM THE OXBOW LAKE’ – By Bernard Otonye Stephen