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From the small countries like the Seychelles to the medium ones like the Ivory Coast and the emerging economies such as South Africa, this travelogue looks at the economic governance and political classes of the African continent, with particular focus on the first decade of the 21st century. Paper back pages: 222
The book is an unshielded branding of Chief Adebanjo's inner thoughts, experiences decades overdue: A reading that invariably brings smiles in recalling the dedication of an Awoist and the dream called Awoism.Paper back Pages: 257 Author: Ayo Adebanjo
Witness to Justice is a personal account of the author's time on 'The Judicial Commission for the investigation of Human Rights Violation' to which he was appointed by President Olusegun Obasanjo in June 1999. Paper back Pages: 540 Author: Matthew Kukah
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
Okey Ndibe’s funny, charming, and penetrating memoir tells of his move from Nigeria to America, where he came to edit the influential—but forever teetering on the verge of insolvency—African Commentary magazinePages: 210 Paper back
Linking events – national and international – over a 20-year period, and personal experiences, this third volume of Wole Soyinka's memoirs is a wonderful parlay of 'faction', to produce a vividly compelling autobiography.Pages: 486 Paper back
The name M.T. Mbu is synonymous with dedication, transparency, accountability and honesty. In Nigeria today, I cannot think of someone else who will engender greater respect or affection across ethnic nationalities and ideological barriers — Emeka AnyaokuAuthor: M.T Mbu Length: 370 Year of Publication: 2018 Paper back
I Remember chronicles the captivating life of Professor Ladipo Adamolekun, and his rise from a humble background to a distinguished career in academia and public service. Author: Ladipo Adamolekun Length: 376 Year of Publication: 2016 Paper back