The author, Mr. Jacob Edo said it was written to enlighten readers, based on his knowledge and experience in technology ABOUT the emerging advantages of public service digitalisation.
‘Government yet to recognise and fund writers, fails to promote meritocracy over mediocrity’
The Children of Oloibiri is the story of corruption, back-scratching, back-sliding and wanton self-destruction; a tale of sleaze and virtual disorder at the organisational level.
Police take spotlight at Adimora-Ezeigbo’s reunion with colleagues, students
Prof. Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo was hosted at the Board Room 402, Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos. She was guest author at the Department of English’s Reading Session, where she retired a few years ago.
Eulogies at launch of Ivie’s book on sponsorship
It was fun all the way at Pelican Hotel, Lekki, Lagos, at the official unveiling of a book, The Potent Force of Sponsorship, written by Omo-Ojo Ernest Ivie, who works in the oil and gas industry.
Chris Akiri launches books August 17
He recounts the many odds he surmounted while growing up to attain an illustrious life and how these experiences have mediated his philosophy of life that is actuated by the desire for justice and improvement of humanity.
His brother’s keeper
Toni Kan’s ‘The Carnivorous City’ delves into the criminal underbelly of Lagos, but it is not a crime novel in the strict sense.
Fagunwa: Town and gown meet to elevate Yoruba culture, history
The issue of culture and history took the centre stage at the formal presentation of Daniel O. Fagunwa’s book, Aspects of African and World Literary History, held at the Conference Centre of University of Ibadan.
Spectrum Books’ English For All Purposes hits shelves
Spectrum Books Limited’s new offering, English For All Purposes: A Hands-on Guide for Excellence in the Use of English, is an encompassing, innovative book on the use of English at virtually all situations.
Boost your child’s creativity: Five sure-fire ways to get them ticking
The purpose of that question is to show the direction you have to tailor your child’s creativity – solving real life issues. For children, however, the process begins with free expressions spurred by their active imagination.