Ike Oguine is a writer and lawyer from Nigeria. Oguine has been described as part of the third generation of Nigerian literature. As a commentator, he has written several opinion pieces for the New Internationalist, West Africa and Times Literary Supplement, and has written several short stories.
Oguine's professional career is as a lawyer. First he worked for Chevron as the lead counsel on the West African Gas Pipeline, the Escravos GTL, the Brass LNG Project and the ONLNG project. From April 2014 to May 2015, he served as General Counsel to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, under an appointment made by President Goodluck Jonathan.
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- Adesanmi, Pius; Dunton, Chris (2005-05-01). "Nigeria's third generation writing : historiography and preliminary theoretical considerations". English in Africa. 32 (1). ISSN 0376-8902.
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