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Corps member wins $2,500 Afriture painting competition

A 26-year-old National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member, Julius Agbaje, has won the 2018 Afriture Painting Competition.

What selling my father’s ‘Tutu’ artwork means to me – Ben Enwonwu’s son

Oliver Enwonwu, the son of the late artist and carver, Ben Enwonwu, on Thursday said the auctioning of Ben Enwonwu’s artwork, “Tutu” for $1.68 million in London recently would inspire many Nigerian artists into hard work and the hope of a bright future.

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