Yorùbá Lákọ̀tun

September 6, 2015

September 6, 2015

4:00 pm To 6:00 pm

35a Raymond Njoku Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria



Event Description

Yoruba Lakotun is a literary interactive audience participatory programme



35A, Raymond Njoku Street, Ikoyi



About the Organizers

¢Peo Davies Concept is a literary and media inclined organization. Some of the accomplishments of the organization is the publication of two books: A biography and an anthology of poetry in English and Yoruba languages.
¢Peo Davies Concept is a top reviewer of African literatures published in different newspapers and blogs.
¢Peo Davies Concept spearheaded the collection of an anthology of Yoruba poetry in view.


¢Peo Davies Concept staged an evening of cultural performances tagged “Àṣàálẹ́ Àṣàyàn ọ̀rọ̀” at the demise of the renowned Yoruba writer, Pa T.A.A Ladele, Oyo. October 2014.

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