With over twenty years of committed service in the Nigerian Civil Service, Junji Olaopa Brings his experience as an expert insider to bear on this roadmap book in the journey towards achieving a world class Nigerian civil service of the future.
The narrative behind what carried Nigeria and Nigerians to the present stage in world football is a fascinating one. This book tries to explain how it happened in its early formation as an example of the dispersion, adaptation and indigenisation of British sporting culture in an outpost of Empire.
The book contains essays written by four generations of Nigerian scholars. It is the first to examine the historical, political, economic and comparative dimensions of attempts by the military to restructure the Nigerian federation.
This book reveals Dr. Tai Solarin unparalleled initiative, courage, humanness, originality, unassuming manners, profound love for the masses and the downtrodden, and humility among other imperishable legacies.Paper back Pages: 294 Author: Tai Solarin
In this thoughtful and elegantly written book, Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu explodes the myths and conventional wisdoms about Africa's quest for economic growth in a globalised world with a paradigm-shift perspective on the continent's future. Paper back pages: 399
What follows in this book is the general direction which the military administration in Nigeria pursued from July 1975 to October 1979, a period that marked a watershed and created a significant landmark in the political and socio-economic life of Nigeria.
Most accounts of Nigeria’s colonisation were written by British officials, presenting it as a noble civilising mission to rid Africans of barbaric superstition and corrupt tribal leadership. Thanks to this skewed writing of history, many Nigerians today still have Empire nostalgia and view the colonial period through rose-tinted glasses.
Here’s a fascinating account of highlights of Olusegun Osoba’s life story. From his boyish pranks in the railway town of Osogbo, to the inner city of Lagos, where he attended secondary school and began his career as a journalist, to his sojourn in Ilorin and Ibadan, it is a journey driven by vision and enterprise.