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Solomon Elusoji

Elusoji is part of the editorial team at the Question Marker.

The staggering significance of Nigeria’s 2023 elections

Olisa Eloka

Eloka is an Editor at the Question Marker.

The stories we should tell

Adaobi Peter-Kingston

Peter-Kingston is a Staff Writer at The Question Marker

Christmas is what you make of it, not what it is

Eke Jude

Jude is a Staff Writer at the Question Marker

The inevitable rise of Nigeria’s Covid-19 cases

Sanusi Anselm

Anselm is a contributing writer to The Question Marker. He studied English and Literature at the University of Benin, and writes about, literature, pop culture, and politics.

Itoro Bassey’s debut novel is a different kind of immigrant story

Carl Terver

Terver writes from Makurdi and was a former editor at Praxis magazine. He is the Founding Editor of Afapinen.

Coming up for air during a pandemic

Irene Ibiwari-Ikiriko

Ibiwari-Ikiriko is a contributing writer to The Question Marker. She received a first class degree at the University of Port Harcourt for studying biology education and loves to explore educational systems around the world

You’ll make a good European

Abdullah Salisu

Salisu is an aspiring journalist. He currently lives and writes from Zaria, but calls Lagos home.

Across China and back: Travelling with Solomon Elusoji’s Big Brother

Adams Adeosun

Adeosun is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry with work in Arts and Africa, Brittle Paper, Litro UK, catapult, and Transition magazine.

Unpacking Naira Marley’s Soapy

Hymar David

David is the author of Gundown, a crime novel.

We waded through water

Chimezie Chika

Chika is a contributing writer to The Question Marker.

The Women’s War that altered History


Ekus writes fiction on Facebook.

Naked Faces

Dhee Sylvester

Sylvester is a fiction and football writer working from Lagos.

The immeasurable importance of football in a pandemic

Soonest Nathaniel

Nathaniel is a poet and journalist.

Origin of Sin

Farida Adamu

Adamu is a data journalist and co-founder at Researcher.NG

Our Phones are Giving Us Away

Alexander Onukwue

Onukwue covers innovation and technology regulation at TechCabal.

Confronting My Noisy Lagos Neighbours

Chisom Okwara

Okwara studied at the African Leadership University in Mauritius, where she was an Editor at a campus publication. She aspires to live a life that epitomises the French sentence, “On est bien la.”

Stay With Me: A Review

Soogun Omoniyi

Omoniyi writes fiction as therapy. He lives in Abeokuta.


Ovigwe Eguegu

Eguegu is an analyst and adviser that specialises in addressing geopolitics, international policy and security problems.

An African Scholar takes on Africa-China relations in new book

Abdullateef Abdul

Abdul is a co-editor at The Question Marker.

Mariama Ba and the secret of happiness

Lydia Ume

Ume is a contributing writer to The Question Marker. She is a graduate student in African Literature and blogs at Badly Behaved Lady

An Angry Feminist, still afraid

Chimdinma Onwukwe

Onwukwe is a contributing writer to The Question Marker. She is a lawyer whose love for African Literature is unmatched and the host of The AfroReader Podcast - where she talks about books and how they mirror culture, society, and lifestyle.

18 Lessons as Chimamanda Adichie Goes to Yale

Nigerian Confucius

Confucius writes a weekly blog for The Question Marker

Chinese companies in Africa have a CSR problem

Jerry Chiemeke

Chiemeke is an editor, culture critic and lawyer. A lover of finger foods and alternative music, he lives in Lagos.

Memories floating on a glass of Whiskey

Immanuel J. Ibe-Anyanwu

Ibe-Anyanwu is a freelance journalist. His first book, Under Bridge, won the ANA Prize for Prose in 2014

For Atiku Abubakar and comrades who loved the wrong nation

Bura-Bari Nwilo

Nwilo is the author of The Colour of a Thing Believed, a book of short stories. He lives in Port-Harcourt.

The Nigerian community where death reigns

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