"Her work is full of such soft-spoken gems — simple, wise counsel that compels readers to think critically about the world they plan to raise daughters in. A world where, unfortunately, that daughter’s humanity will be constantly questioned; her autonomy hard-won; her peace of mind under relentless attack."
- Nia Hampton (The Village Voice)
"Noah’s mother emerges as the real hero of the book. She’s an extraordinary person who is fiercely independent and raised her son to be the same way. Her greatest gift was to give her son the ability to think for himself and see the world from his own perspective."
"As a debut film by Jade Osiberu, ISOKEN is brilliant with its romance and comedy synthesis—keeping to its romantic plot coated with comedy and not presenting dozens of detached comedy chops—the hallmark of many Nollywood romantic comedies."
"Eddo-Lodge accurately takes the temperature of racial discussions in the UK. In seven crisp essays, she takes white British people to task for failing to accept that “racism is a white problem”. “White privilege,” she writes, “is a manipulative, suffocating blanket of power that envelops everything we know, like a snowy day.”
"With each song on “Timeless,” Omawumi is reinventing herself by touching at her core musical essence. All of the creations here possess depth, character and a soul that draws in the listener. It isn’t exactly what many fans expect from the project, but it is what they can grow to love and appreciate on a level that is beyond Nigeria."
- Joey Akan (Pulse.ng)
"Frimpong-Manso’s direction is competent but uneven, plagued by a dialogue-heavy screenplay which does not carry as much verve as her previous comedy, Contract, and lacks the bite of her best work. Her camera is steady, with generous close-ups and long takes. Music from up and coming Ghanaian artists helps to tighten the plot and provide agency."
- Wilfred Okiche (City Press)
"Roti" explores the many sides that come with losing a loved one - the loss, grief, mental instability, hope and resolution. It's treatment of a sensitive topic such as mental illness is applaudable. It takes away spiritualism and tackles mental instability in the best way possible... As far as heavy dramas go, Kunle Afolayan's "Roti" goes quite well."
"After taking a while to actually start off, and following a windy plot, Ifan’s Lotanna finally ends leaving one very conflicted to say the least. I may not have been sure of anything else, but it was clear to me that what I had seen was not remotely a fantastic movie, hypes aside. There is clearly room to do a lot more."
"“Leap Of Faith” is a purely romance-themed project about falling in love and taking the leap into passionate commitment. It’s a purely universal concept which does its best to provide context to the soud.. But the true victory here is in the melody. Juls combines African progression with a striking ear for notes and tunes to create an EP whose only fault is that it’s 35 minute-span feels too short. It's almost criminal."