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Being the Best Through Positive Efforts!

Author: Ezekiel Dayo Adetunji Title: Power in the Spoken Word! Reviewer: Rowland Olonishuwa Every sane human wants the good things of life; a fat bank account, a good job, a peaceful and beautiful home and of course, the best spouse in the world. However, not everyone is ready to make the …

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Title: Securing The Future Author: Sam Akinteye Year of Publication: 2015 ‘The fear of an average man at whatever age is the fear of the future. The future, for many, is a monster they don’t know how to confront”. These are the words of Sam Akinteye in his bid to …

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Poetic Wakeup Call to Mend Fences with Twigs of Unity

Heart Beats In The Mangrove, a collection of poems by Fabiah Briggs brings to the fore a creek of a low tide with three thematic movements namely: nature and environment; history and contemporary happenings and praise worship. The latter segment echoes Miltonian sensibility of paradise lost as evident in ‘Cymbals …

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History of Nigeria and its Politics

Fuelling the Delta Fires is a novel detailing the socio-economic, political and environmental crises in Nigeria. Those familiar with the country will find the story familiar and the outside world will find it rather intriguing. A brilliant work of fiction by Ayo Akinfe, it is beautifully woven around true-life developments …

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Tolerance as Panacea to Human Relationship

BOOK TITLE: Tales of the WindAuthor: Makepeace DeorgiPublisher: Kennyson Bookerville HousePages: 176Year of Publication: 2013Reviewer: Oladipo Kehinde Tales of the Wind is a novel that depicts the plight of women folks in the Nigerian society. In an ideal society, women and children are being protected. Make-peace offering has given an insight on how to stem the …

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The Fine Boys Are Here

Book Reviewer: Sylva Ifedigbo.Title: Fine BoysAuthor: Eghosa ImasuenPublisher: Kachifo Limited (2012)Pages: 379 I will start off by saying Eghosa Imasuen has written a fantastic book which you must hurry to read. I am tempted to describe this book, “Fine Boys” , as a coming of age story – which indeed …

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The Land of Honey By Chinenye Obiajulu

I was quite motivated to get into ‘The of Land of Honey’ by Chinenye Obiajulu after reading from the blurb that it was about the life of recent Nigerian immigrants to Canada, since I haven’t come across much writing about this. And it turned out to be a very enjoyable read.When …

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Sense, Sound, Sundry Issues in Ipadeola’s Testaments

Title: The Sahara TestamentsWriter: Tade IpadeolaPublisher: Hornbill House of the Arts,Lagos.Page: 184Year of Publication: 2012Reviewer: Ebere Ameh Tade Ipadeola’s third collection of poetry is philosophically and elegantly crafted to depict the joys, the pains and the harrowing challenges, not only of Sub-Saharan Africa, but by extension, that of the continent. …

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Desert of Gardens … of Nigeriancracy, The way of Man

Book title: Desert of Gardens Author: Emereonye Livy-Elcon Publisher: Alphabet Nigerian Publishers Number of pages: 159 pages Reviewer: Agozino Agozino That good books are not necessarily written by globally renowned authors is a fact of life. Emereonye Livy Elcon, a Lagos-based pharmacist and writer has demonstrated this by showing that he is a master of his …

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