Nigerian wins Brunel African poetry prize

A Nigerian poet, Theresa Lola. {Photo credit: Medium]More than one thousand people thought it was a good idea to participate in the Brunel International African Poetry Prize. They wrote a poem or even poems or dug into their archives and made sure they send it to the given address. The results have been made known and one of the joint winners is the Nigerian (and living in London) poet Theresa Lola. In this article you will read more about it all. 



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