The Nanna's Diary story! The massive naval assault on his headquarters at Ebrohimi was enough to dampen the faint-hearted. But that was not for Nanna. He fought back gamely, chose his time to exit, and voluntarily submitted himself to justice in Lagos and Calabar. When he could not get that, he endured exile in Ghana but would yet not give up the fight until he was finally able to return to his beloved Niger Delta. Nanna’s Diary is a fictional peep into the workings of his mind while it all lasted. Underscoring the fact that the author is engaged in an unambiguous journey of pan-African expression, the text glides across time and space to encompass other major historical episodes of the era; such as those involving Jaja of Opobo, Ovonramwen Nogbaisi of Benin and Yaa Asantewaa of the Ashanti Empire in today’s Ghana. It is a book that surely makes good reading.
Tolani is the beautiful daughter of a Senator and a very pride one. Her encounter with Thomas Abade taught her a lesson she will never forget. Will she pull out of this on her own or will her father's influence create a positive response? Find out in this interesting story.
A NOVELIZED EXPOSITORY ESSAY ON LEADERSHIP FAILINGS IN NIGERIA, ON THE “NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN” BILL, ON THE NIGERIAN STATE AS A WHOLE, AND ON THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF OF THE NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES: “MR. PRESIDENT.”
Baiwa ce......A cikin masarautar Jordan....... Kuma a haka suke kallonta a matsayin baiwar Amma tun daga ranar da yaganta ya Fahimci ba Baiwa ce....... Akwai wani ɓoyayyen alamari da tare da ita..Shin me yasa tayi yunkurin kashe shi? Dukda ba farar fata bace daga wani yanki na duniya take? Shi da kanshi yasanya Hannu akan kundin tsarin Masarautar kuma babu wanda yayi yunkurin dakatar da shi, sai dai Kashi........Qaddara tariga Fata..........
Ndi Igbo! This book is not about me...it is about Us: whether we remain in Nigeria or decide to break out of the Nigerian project, one thing is certain; Ala-Igbo is in disarray and in serious need of our attention as a people. This is because we have neglected our homeland for too long in pursuit of green pastures in places where we consider the grass to be greener than it is at home. We have built business empires everywhere in the colonial enclave of Nigeria, but have neglected the Igbo land; we turn forests into modern cities in other parts of Nigeria, but have allowed the Igbo land to become derelict, which has made our fathers' advice "aku rue ulo" a sad joke. Our leadership at home has continued to fail because our leaders left the homeland in search of contracts in Abuja and to pursue their businesses in Lagos while our homeland is in crisis, and no one seems to care about the manner our values, culture, humanity and traditions are fading away. If you pay attention to what is happening at the moment, you will notice the Igbo Nation is truly on the brink. Our economy at home is in a state of Total Meltdown. Therefore we either rebuild our nation or face total collapse. So Ndi Igbo must have a rethink; pull back and rebuild their own nation like other groups have done; learn how to live in a complex country like Nigeria yet do well as a people. Yes we cannot ignore our brethren from other parts of Nigeria, or abandon our collective interest and responsibilities in the Nigerian project while we are still part of the colonial archive, but we cannot also ignore the fact that Igbo land is our home, and as our home, we must rebuild it, cherish it, love it, and believe in its future. This book is only to remind us that it does not matter where we go or what we achieve outside the Igbo land, we must make our homeland look like home once again, because our dignity as a people depends on it and our success as a nation can only be guaranteed if we create our own economy in the homeland that will work for every Igbo man or woman, whether living within or outside Nigeria.
The Life of Prophet Idris AS (Enoch) Bilingual Edition In English and Germany Languange Based From The Holy Quran and Al-Hadith. Allah SWT (God) says in The Holy Qur’an: “And mention Idris in the Book, surely he was a truthful man, a Prophet. And We raised him high in heaven. (The Holy Quran 19:57-58) From authentic books, it is narrated from Wahab that Prophet Idris AS (Enoch) was a well-built man with a broad chest. He had less hair on his body and more on his head. His one ear was bigger than the other. He had scanty hair on his chest and spoke in a low voice. While walking his feet used to come close to one another. He is known as Idris because he used to teach about the magnanimity of Allah SWT (God) and the excellence of Islam. He pondered about the majesty, grandiose and glory of Allah SWT (God), that the sky, the earth, the sun, the moon, the stars and clouds and all other creations have a creator who by His power has created them, formed and arranged them. Allah SWT (Gott) sagt im Heiligen Koran: "Und erwähnt Idris im Buch, er war sicherlich ein wahrhaftiger Mann, ein Prophet. Und Wir haben ihn hoch in den Himmel erhoben. (Koran 19:57-58) Aus authentischen Büchern wird von Wahab erzählt, dass der Prophet Idris AS (Henoch) ein gut gebauter Mann mit einer breiten Brust war. Er hatte weniger Haare am Körper und mehr auf dem Kopf. Sein eines Ohr war größer als das andere. Er hatte spärliche Haare auf der Brust und sprach mit tiefer Stimme. Während des Gehens kamen seine Füße einander immer näher. Er ist als Idris bekannt, weil er über den Großmut Allahs SWT (Gott) und die Vortrefflichkeit des Islam zu lehren pflegte. Er dachte über die Majestät, Großartigkeit und Herrlichkeit Allahs SWT (Gott) nach, dass der Himmel, die Erde, die Sonne, der Mond, die Sterne und Wolken und alle anderen Schöpfungen einen Schöpfer haben, der sie durch Seine Macht geschaffen, geformt und angeordnet hat.