Nigerians are perhaps Africa’s best storytellers

Nigerians are perhaps Africa’s best storytellers

There must be something in the air in Nigeria that makes everyone in the country a good story teller. Okay not everyone in the country but a good crop. From the last generation till date, Nigerian writers have led the rest of Africa in local literature. Today a new generation of Nigerian writers are not only influence the continent but the world at large. From the popular author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who had a part of her feminist speech woven into Beyonce's 2015 Flawless single to Ben Okri, whose book The Famished Road birthed Radiohead's Street Spirit (Fade Out), one can say that Nigerians are good at this story telling business.

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