Tolu Ogunlesi

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MY CAINE PRIZE STORY BY TOLU OGUNLESI

I first heard about the Caine Prize in 2001, when Nigerian journalist Helon Habila won it. It was only in its second year; the debut prize awarded to Sudanese Leila Aboulela in 2000. I remember the Lagos Guardian’s coverage of it – as I write this, a black-and-white photo of Habila – posing next to that now-well-known statuette of … Continue reading

THE TERRORIST WHO ALMOST DROWNED A CITY – BY TOLU OGUNLESI

Read and download Tolu Ogunlesi’s short story, ‘The Terrorist who almost drowned a city’ here.

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