Storytellers for Peace

Storytellers for Peace
Making peace through stories

Thursday, November 5, 2015

The Night of the Spoken Word

Well, what can I say, this video and others I found on this channel are very beautiful.
I confess, I did not know anything about this wonderful event, AbujaNSW5, Night of the Spoken Word (NSW), presented by Dike-Ogu Chukwumerije, writer and poet.
But let’s go back to the clip.
The show by Michael Ogah is, in my humble opinion, a very good example of how a live storytelling should be.
First of all, it is original.
You do not expect that the storyteller will start singing and with such ability too.
Then you have the story, the words and every game of the latter.
It works, it works a lot.
The last, but not the least, you need a talented storyteller and you have him in mister Ogah, yes you have.
My sincere compliments to all of you, guys.

Dike-Ogu Chukwumerije's blog: http://dikechukwumerije.blogspot.com


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2 comments:

  1. impressive to know that wev have young blokes representing us well

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  2. impressive to know that wev have young blokes representing us well

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