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Adesida’s My French Teacher Had An Igbo Accent set for unveiling


Oladipo Adesida’s book titled, My French Teacher had an Igbo Accent, is set for launch today in Lagos.
The book is an inspiring collection of memories, memoirs, and mischiefs of a Nigerian child, his struggles and how he was able to move past all hindrances. The memoir chronicles events from his childhood until his marriage.
Filled with remarkable lessons, the book paints a vivid picture of the many thoughts of a child as it pertains to career choices, nostalgic events around while he was growing up and the various interpretations of happenings in his environment. 

Having told brand stories for many years, Adesida is set to tell a part of his stories and how his zeal has made him turn the lemons thrown at him by life into lemonades.
Adesida is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Verdant Zeal Group, a multidisciplinary marketing and communications consultancy where he focuses his energy creating positive narratives for brands through media-neutral platforms.
He holds a first degree in Dramatic Arts from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, a Diploma in Filmmaking from New York Academy, a Certificate in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK.

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