Four Nigerian poets to invade Ghana

Four Nigerian poets to invade Ghana

Efe Paul Azino, Dami Ajayi, Dike Chukwumireji and Wana Udobang, four top Nigerian poets are reported to be arriving in Ghana for Poetry Exchange program.

Four Nigerian poets to invade Ghana

Four nigerian poets to

arrive in Ghana

The four Nigerian poets would join the likes of Ghanaian counterparts in the likes of Chief Moomen, Rhymesonny, Apiorkor and Nana Asaase.

The Poetry Exchange program in Accra, Ghana would include a workshop, round table discussion, performances and tour of some tourism sites in Ghana.

The poetry exchange  program was founded by Efe Paul- Azino ( Nigeria) and Rhymesonny (Ghana) and seeks to bring poets, spoken word artistes and storytellers from different cultural backgrounds to engage and explore the diversity of various cultures and also educate participants through quality performances, exhibitions, conversations and workshops.


It is to encourage exploration of cultural heritage of participating countries by creating awareness of the traditional values and foster respect for the respective national cultural heritage.

The Poetry exchange program will be executed in a manner similar to a league in a home and away basis where one country host one or more groups from different country and the vice versa.

Ghanaian Poets are also expected in Lagos, Nigeria on the 20th of May to reciprocate the program under the poetry exchange.



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