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5 Jun
The 13th outing of the ‘Coal City Book Convention’, celebrated yearly in Enugu to promote the literary arts, will hold on Saturday, June 25, at Peekay Garden.
5 Nov 2017
This year’s Coal City Book Convention, Enugu, the 9th in the yearly series, will hold from Tuesday, November 14, 2017 to Thursday, November 16 at the popular Enugu relaxation paradise Peekay Gardens.
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Remember novels like Juju, Secret Society, Nigger at Eton, Sex Is a Nigga’s Game, Night Demon, Revenge of the Medicineman, Godfathers of Voodoo? These were bestselling releases of the 1970s and 1980s that deepened the mystery of the African.....
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Remember novels like Juju, Secret Society, Nigger at Eton, Sex Is a Nigga’s Game, Night Demon, Revenge of the Medicineman, Godfathers of Voodoo? These were bestselling...

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