Wole Soyinka Describes 2020 As Nigeria’s Most Challenging Year


Nobel Laurette, Prof. Wole Soyinka, has described the year 2020 as the most testing year because of the changes of issues.

He added that Nigerian circumstance was more regrettable because of the Imperial idea of its authority at the socio-political and religious levels.

Soyinka, a professor of Literature talked at the Booksellers, scene of the introduction of his new book, ‘Chronicles of the happiest people on earth’ a book with more than 500 pages which took him about 40years to compose.

Soyinka stated, “With the characteristics that describe the year 2020, and as exercises wind down, the disposition has been disgusting and extremely negative. I would prefer not to sound skeptical yet this is one of the most negative years I have known in this country and it wasn’t a result of COVID-19, no. Cataclysmic events had happened somewhere else however how have you figured out how to take such in their steps?

“Was disaster because of human carelessness or because of dangerous exercises when individuals end up heavily influenced by different creatures which I am apprehensive what most Nigerians end up in, it resembles you don’t know from where the blow would plummet. That isn’t the manner in which a country should be and that isn’t the manner in which the residents should exist.

“Circumstance has arrived at a point where you don’t know where you are going and where you will end it. As I had said previously, you don’t accept, in numerous occurrences, that anyone is in control. That, truly, it is a parlous condition for any country. In this way, I am apprehensive it has not been an excellent year for me by and large.”


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