Wole Soyinka Lectures

Texts & Videos of the lecture themes, NAS Capns’ Welcome Messages, Chairs’ Opening Remarks and Prof Wole Soyinka’s Keynote Messages to the lecture series.

First and foremost, I wish to express my profound gratitude to those members of the National Association of Seadogs (the … Read More

1. Acknowledgments:

I would like to begin by thanking the National Association of Seadogs, especially Osagie Olaye for inviting … Read More

The National Association of Seadogs asked me to speak on Sustenance of Democracy in a Developing Economy: … Read More

NDIGBO have a proverb: Only those who have not chewed water fail to realise that water has bones. Just keep … Read More

On 29 June 2005, Professor Soyinka wrote, in United Kingdom’s version of “The Guardian”, an article that he titled “A … Read More

Lecture took a discussion format, which included Wole Soyinka. Discussions were based on the documentary on campus cults that was … Read More

It is my honour and privilege to welcome you on behalf of the National Association of Seadogs, to the 9th … Read More

Because religious, philosophical, or moral unity is neither possible nor necessary for social unity, if social stability is not merely … Read More

It is yet another edition of the annual Wole Soyinka Lecture. The lecture series was inaugurated in 1994, the year … Read More