“The march of extreme intolerance in the form of religious fundamentalism is Africa’s most critical present problem” – Soyinka

This story from the United States’ publicly-funded National Public Radio (NPR) was forwarded to me by one of this blog’s enthusiastic readers.  It’s a brief review contained within an interview with Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka on his latest book, Of Africa.  Thanks, Remi.  TOLA.

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