ZODML continues to expand the ways in which it positively shapes its community and achieves its vision of a Nigeria in which everyone is able to educate themselves. Not only are we growing our staff body
to further increase our impact, but we’ve also signed up for several new social media accounts
to deepen our web presence. Read on to find out more about the wonderful volunteers who have helped us with our goals over the past few months, the ten things we most love about Nigeria (don’t forget to follow our Discover Nigeria Twitter handle!) and a brand new short story. As always, we welcome feedback and questions sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (and don’t forget to tell a friend to subscribe
An Interview with the Volunteers at ZODML
Abiodun Mutiat Bello and Wale Haruna, ZODML volunteers who have shown relentless effort in their contributions to the organisation, opened up about their experiences working with us...Read More
Jagua Nana by Cyprian Ekwensi
Jagua Nana is a tale of life in Lagos in the early 1960s. It is about a woman caught between true love and the need to fend for herself by any means necessary...Read More
Ten Things We Love About Nigeria
We at ZODML aim to project a positive image of Nigeria through our Discover Nigeria section and our new @Discover_NG Twitter handle. So we thought, what better way than to list the ten things we love most about our beautiful country? Read More
Recent Events: Akachi Adimora Ezeigbo Visits ZODML for SSRP Session
A group of students from Ilado Community Senior High School and Wahab Folawiyo Senior School celebrated Children’s Day on May 27, 2013 by meeting and talking with renowned writer and professor Akachi Adimora Ezeigbo at the ZODML Community Library...Read More
Congratulations to Blaise Ezeokeke, the winner of this month's short story context. Read "Ahijo the Town Skipper" here.
The competition is ongoing, so do visit the Call for Short Stories page on our website to learn more about the competition - you could win a prize!