Nigerian stories, books, poems, and more

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The persistent trend of insecurity with a corresponding prediction of a looming disintegration of Nigeria which cynics often argue as the necessary panacea for resolving the crisis confronting the nation necessitates the need to re-examine all institutions that have the potentials and mandate to shoulder the campaign for national unity.… Read More
Every nation has a system of recognizing and rewarding outstanding achievements of its citizens and nation’s friends with the aim of promoting patriotism and diligence in every sphere of human endeavour. The National Honours was established on the 1st October 1963 and duly passed and codified in the National Honours… Read More
Times of the Supermen is arguably the only science fiction novel written by a Nigerian writer. I have read the book and it is just explosive. Besides the knowledge of concepts and scientific theories it brings to the table, it also brings forward many social issues. I have decided to… Read More

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The need for Nigerian Banks to emulate the use of data mining to retail and acquire high networth customers Read More
I'm not really sure right now but but it a story about hatred and gods and goddess and it set in 18th century Nigeria. This is my first novel ever so please comment and let me know what you thought of it. Thank you Translations: Lolo (pronouced Loo-lo) - Queen… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 24, 2009

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A poem describing the beauty of a nigerian girl, but it was just a wish or should i say dreams. Read More
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