MIKE EJEAGHA IN THE ADVANCEMENT OF NIGERIAN ORAL LITERATURE.

AUTHOR: EZEAFULUKWE OLIVIA

FROM: THE DIGNITY OF A FRENCH TEACHER: CELEBRATING PROF. JULIE AGBASIERE

The Nigerian oral literature has continued to be neglected for a very long time by both the youths and the literary societies. This does not however make it nonexistent but only not appreciated. The saying Igbo enwe eze (There is no kingship among the Igbos) reflects on every act of the Igbo people, hence, their inability to recognise their very best literary giants and popularise their works and thus bring the Igbo culture to the limelight as many tribes in the world have already done. The man Mike Ejeagha has made a mark in the propagation of the Nigerian oral literature. His worth and fame can be better appreciated. This paper sets out to discover the man Mike Ejeagha and highlight his contributions so far towards the advancement of the Nigerian oral literature through his music and media programs.

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