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Arguably one of Nigeria’s most resourceful, sure-voiced and engaging broadcasters, Sowoolu puts his entire professional career into focus – from his early days as a young announcer, through the stages of advertising, production, television, reality game shows, writing for media, journalism and management. There Are No Heroes could become a credible, reliable companion for the young broadcaster with great ambitions to become the best at what he, or she, does.
Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon is a collection of short stories by Nigerian-American author Nike Campbell-Fatoki. This short story collection, filters the lives of contemporary Nigerians, exploring well-known themes but delving a little deeper, questioning our ideas about people, our impressions and prejudices. It depicts the struggles of a young ambitious and hardworking Nigerian abroad with the same insightful candour as it does the tale of a brilliant but broken woman struggling with mental illness.
A collector’s item of sorts; it is a potpourri of the views of a number of Nigerians. A collection of contemporary thoughts from rebels, godfathers and progressives such as the enfant terrible, Fela Kuti; renowned pastor, Wale Adefarasin; political leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu; activist, Festus Keyamo; musician, Lagbaja; political godfather, Lamidi Adedibu; the late TOS Benson and daughter of the late first republic minister Aja Nwachukwu, Idu.
A mysterious woman, Malaika, arrives with her magical kiosk in a village at a time of drought and despair. Will her magic be enough to make the villagers happy again?
The King and the Colony tells the 19th century story of the Lagos Kingdom and how under British conquest it gave way to the Crown Colony of Lagos. A story of bravery, war and co-operation between two nations that would in turn lay the foundation for the creation of Nigeria.