Excoriations and resolutions on national leadership in Tanure Ojaide’s The Fate of Vulture & other Poems
Studies on Tanure Ojaide’s poetry have focused more on his denunciation of bad leadership, exploitation and despoliation of the Niger Delta, poor socio-political conditions in society and exploration of the oral culture in that order with only tangential attention given to the resolutions or solutions he proffers in the poems to counter or overcome the conflicts he critiqued. This...
Published in 2017
8. Onwuka, E., Uba, E. & Fortress, I.
Uba Emmanuel » UBA Emmanuel holds B.A. (English) from Bayero University, Kano, M.A. and PhD (English) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. He lectures phonetics and phonology; Morphology; Nigerian English; and Basic Writing Skills in Covenant University Ota. His research interests include: Applied phonology, Second Language Teaching and Learning; and Reading. He speaks Igbo, Hausa,... view full profile
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