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Ben Omowafola Tomoloju

Free-Lance Cartoonist

Newbreed Magazine

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Background Information

Employment History

National Council for Arts and Culture


Chief Leader Writer

The Punch


Reviews Editor

The Democrat Weekly


Affiliations

GOVS

Board Member


Korede Films

Actor, Set Designer, Script Writer and Production Member


Education

degree

English and Literary Studies

University of Ibadan


Web References(28 Total References)


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Ben Tomoloju
BEN OMOWAFOLA TOMOLOJU, writer, theatre artiste and culture communicator, Ben Tomoloju graduated from the University of Ibadan with a degree in English and Literary Studies in 1978. He started his career in journalism at the age of 19, in 1974, as a free-lance cartoonist with the defunct Newbreed Magazine. He took up a full time job as a teacher and part-time job as the Arts Editor of Weekly Focus. In 1982, he joined The Punch as the Chief Leader Writer. He was Reviews Editor of The Democrat Weekly in 1983. His success as Reviews Editor in The Democrat Weekly led to his invitation by the management of The Guardian to open the paper's Arts desk in April 1985. He is a consummate Culture advocate and activist with key input into the various policies and programmes that have been initiated by successive federal government. BIMBO MANUEL: After graduating from the University of Port Harcourt with a degree in Theater Arts, Bimbo began his television career in 1985 as a broadcaster at Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC). He later moved to Ogun State Television (OGTV) before commencing his acting career in 1986. He was nominated for Best actor in a supporting role at the 2013 Nollywood Movies Awards. His acting and theatre credits include: Tango with Me (2010); Heroes & Zeros (2012); Torn (2013); Dazzling Mirage (2014); Render to Caesar (2014); October 1 (2014); Heaven's Hell (2015); Shijuwomi (2015), and 93 Days (to be released in 2016). His television works include Tinsel on Africa Magic channels.


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Ben Tomoloju - Dramatist, Theatre Director & Culture Journalist


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Moderator: Ben Tomoloju
Celebrating the literary scholar Ayo Banjo at 80; the filmmaker, Adegboyega Arulogun @ 80; the sculptor/conceptual artist, El Anatsui @70; the columnist and essayist, Olatunji Dare @70; and the Dramatist, journalist Ben Tomoloju @60.


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Moderator: Ben Tomoloju


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Moderator: Ben Tomoloju - Eminent Artiste and Culture Communicator


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