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The New Map tells a sweeping story about how the role of energy in climate change is shaping geopolitical discussions, challenging our industries and our lifestyles, and accelerating a second energy revolution - the quest for renewables. It also brings realism to the debates over the energy transition.
General Ojukwu 'was a multi-dimensional phenomenon. Because individual effort is incapable of interpreting the legend an amalgamation of local and international voices has assembled a composite pronouncement on the man who declared the Republic of Biafra.
The book is collection of speeches and lectures prepared and delivered by the author to diverse and varying audiences over a period of sixteen years.
It is the story of an influential international statesman who believes in consensus rather than confrontation, in persuasion rather than force, and in power of morality over corruption. Thus it is the positive view of Africa, its people, culture and place in the world through the life of Chief Emeka Anyaoku, former Commonwealth Secretary General.
There was not a single school in Lagos and a slave market stood in the centre of the town. Yet by 1956, thousands of happy, well dressed children greeted Queen Elizabeth as she drove through the streets of this large and prosperous town.
The late Chief S.L. Akintola played a significant role in the political emancipation of Nigeria from colonial rule and in the subsequent development of the Nigerian State.
In The Rule of Laws, pioneering anthropologist Fernanda Pirie traces the development of the world's great legal systems - Chinese, Indian, Roman, and Islamic - and the innumerable smaller traditions they inspired.
Gandhi's autobiography tells not only of his struggles and inspirations but also speaks frankly of his failures. It is a powerful and enduring account of an extraordinary life.
A former general in the Nigerian army, defence attache to Zimbabwe and member of the Abacha caucus, chronicles the role played by the army in Nigerian history, from the first military coup in 1966 to Obasanjo’s accession to power in 1998.
The book charts the country's recent history, from the 2004 coup against President Aristide to the devastating 2010 earthquake, revealing a shocking story of abuse and indifference by international forces.
Supported with personal letters and pictures, Olusegun Obasanjo, Nzeogwu’s close friend and confidant, provides a penetrating and detailed account of the lie of the one of the most enigmatic names in Nigeria’s history.
This book is essentially the Olusegun Obasanjo’s account of his command of the 3 Marine Commando Division and the story of the end of the Nigerian Civil War.