Memoir

LIFE OF A MEDIA GIRL

life of a media girl

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Life of a Media Girl" is both an educational and partial memoir about the Nigerian Media industry and Pat Obilor, a shy ‘misfit’ girl who grew up in Southwest Nigeria and through a decade of stumbled practice in the media industry, became a seasoned broadcaster, media coach, public speaker and an international event host that’s attracted gigs from America and London, UK etc. The book is useful for anyone Curious about famous Women or in love with Media Girls. For On Air Personalities/ Journalists, Media Students who needs timeless secret hacks to present, become a brand and make money, for Investors who need to understand the business side of Media and Media professionals. This book is a focus on women in the spotlight, the media industry as well as other public profession and how the society portrays these women in relation to their social, religious and cultural beliefs. While appraising the media industry, the book strives to correct certain mind-sets about women and explores the need to genuinely embrace and respect their creative professionalism in the workforce. ...

From Missions To Atheism (Part 1)

from missions to atheism (part 1)

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A memoir that chronicles the thoughts, questions, and approach of a Nigerian ex-Missionary who became an Atheist....

Building a Nigerian Dream

building a nigerian dream

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Building a Nigerian Dream: The Footprint of a Visionary is an insight into the mindset of a dispassionate planner. It is the story of a tall dream that is getting shorter every passing day. It is the story of an incurable optimist. It is the story of a friend who derives joy from making others happy. A man who met politics at 17 and yet asserts that he is nine years away from the bus-stop of his dream.He is married to Eucharia, a lovely and compassionate woman and they are both blessed with three intelligent children, namely, Jennifer, James Jnr. and Daniel....

The Girl Who Said 'I Can'!

the girl who said 'i can'!

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The Girl Who Said I Can! is the autobiography of Eunice Atuejide, founder, National Chairman and 2019 Presidential Flagbearer of the National Interest Party (NIP). It is the story of her life from birth until she became the 2019 Presidential Flagbearer of the National Interest Party (NIP), a technology driven political party predominantly run by young Nigerians under the age of 40. Eunice is the youngest woman to ever run for the Presidency in Nigeria, and this is despite enduring severe molestations as a child, series of rape incidents, severe domestic violence incidents, and raising five young children almost all by herself. Eunice is not a feminist, a statement which is considered rather controversial by the average Nigerian woman. Every strong woman in Nigeria is expected to adhere to the feminist philosophy and agenda, so Eunice is a major case study for the mainstream media. The Girl Who Said 'I Can!' tells Eunice’s story from her childhood i.e. her early days in the slums of Iwaya in Lagos State Nigeria, her adventures as a kid traversing the entire scope and geography of Nigeria, the hard blows and knock downs she endured from trusted members of society and family, her tumultuous marital relationships, sojourn through countries in Africa, Europe and America through to her journey into politics in Nigeria. The concluding parts of the book deals with the formation of NIP, the processes that led to her contesting the Presidential elections in Nigeria in 2019, and the details of the policies she hopes to push as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria should she win the election. The Girl Who Said I can captures Eunice’s rather dramatic life in very simple and relatable highly descriptive stories which both informs and entertains. It has proven to be of immense interest to Africans in the UK, young people – particularly young students. The book also interests people who have risen from grass to grace, those wishing to find their footing in and combine business, politics, career, education and family life. The Girl Who Said I Can! is a very inspiring story, thus highly recommended to everyone looking for a soul lift. ...

Mama's Favorite Goat

mama's favorite goat

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Mama petted goats till they behaved like a part of the family. Hence, she found it a bitter pill to swallow to slaughter her own goat at New Year eve....

Gba: The sound of a car kissed

gba: the sound of a car kissed

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Lagos is a place where in a traffic jam everyone is in a hurry to move even into the smallest space and when a car hits another there is commotion and a fight but when you see a gentle man whose car has been bashed and he utters no words be afraid. ...

The Cunning Beggar with a living imagination

the cunning beggar with a living imagination

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Being a beggar in Lagos can be tough especially since begging has gradually become a profession for some, these days beggars have learnt to recreate themselves and can tell the most captivating stories to get you to part with your money. How compelling can a story be?...

Thinking It Out

thinking it out

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In Thinking It Out, Engr. Seyi Makinde shares his philosophy about life, principles, values, and orientation, providing insights into his private, business, and political experiences like never before. Thinking It Out is the story of a man who rose from obscurity to the zenith of his profession and business, despite a humble beginning. Today, his impact on humanity and his environment speaks volumes, under the banner of his Omituntun brand. This elegant narration, of an eventful and goal-oriented mind, chronicles all there is about Seyi Makinde. Readers will appreciate the deep thoughts and agitations of a restless, but determined and focused individual, who, with frenetic speed, made a success of his circumstances to become a point of reference for others....

Agunwa The Lion

agunwa the lion

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A book written and Dedicated to one of the most loyal, humble , committed and peace loving soldier , Chima Udeani. Who died fighting insurgency in the North East on the 2nd day of November ,2019 at the age of 24. ...

NOOSI: DIARY OF A NIGERIAN NURSE

noosi: diary of a nigerian nurse

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Our hands are busy, words are coming out of our mouth but beneath the actions are thoughts we may never share. The musing of our heart as we carry out our duty. We go to work each day, we encounter things that change us subconsciously, we think about it, our colleagues know it because we share the same thought but we never talk about it to others even though it shapes our lives beyond the scope of our job. I would love to hear the question in the heart of the Lawyer, understand what the sales girl deals with. I want to know what the teacher thinks, the influence of the job on the engineer, I want to know what the banker is thinking as he/she counts my money. I want to hear the deep thought of the driver but first; this nurse has something to say......

Snatched (A Mother's Narration Of How She Went From Grief To Vict

snatched (a mother's narration of how she went from grief to vict

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In Snatched, the author takes you on a journey on how her family was terrorized by armed who doubled as kidnappers. In one night, her husband and her adorable daughter were carted away like goods to places unknown... This is a must-read....

Rose's Wisdom (Book One)

rose's wisdom (book one)

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Rose is on a mission to destroy the bond between two lovers Bode and Bunmi. How does she plan to execute her mission? Did she succeeded in tearing these lovers apart? Find out!...