Lomuwagun presents new books March 14
Dayo Lomuwagun, a chartered accountant, author, poet, and motivational speaker, is set to present seven new books on March 14, 2020. The books are, Take Me Back To Oxford, an epic work that x-rays the cost of fostering a change in the society and The Camaraderie of Twenty, a fictional work that encapsulates the meteoric rise of a nation from the scratch, which virtually was nothing from inception, but built considerably goodwill, thus, becoming the toast of many countries but unfortunately nose-dived into abysmal condition best suited for intensive care where its present survival lies only with sheer determination of personalities like the group of 20 in the book.
Another interesting book set for presentation is The Bizarre Bazaar, a gem of quips, quotes, norms and lessons for a prosperous society, family and individuals. The book weaves these transformational contents into captivating, lighthearted yet impactful delivery that keeps you enthralled and engaged all through. It is thought-provoking, revelatory and causes you to do some deep self-examination. An added punch is that fact that the book doesn’t just bare the underside of our society and lives, but goes on to expertly weave the solution to the ills it uncovers in a very subtle, yet powerful narrative
The Real Sacrifice is a fictional story filled with valuable life lessons. It is easy to read, with the opportunity to further develop the readers’ vocabulary and cultural instinct. The reader is obliged to reflect on the lessons in the exercise after each chapter.
The Half-cast paints the ideals of two worlds — their interactions and results. It provides lessons on the values that are ideal for living a fulfilled and successful life. It is a book on love, acceptance, identifies, hope, perseverance, commitment and forgiveness. The book carefully captures these values in an interesting plot.
The Sane Lunatic is a peek into two realities-sanity and insanity. It looks at when justice, equity, morality, concern, and love for others do not make meaning and do not serve as a guide to the behavior exhibited by an individual in the society, such individual should be considered insane.
Poetic Wisdom is a compilation of a wide range of poems laden with ageless wisdom, beneficial to all generations and to all ages. Dayo, in this piece, demonstrates his literary dexterity and brings to fore varying subjects ranging from colonisation, brotherhood, family, nature, Westernisation, and materialism-positively guarding the moral conscience of the society.
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