Nigerian Publishers Association
Publishers lament poor reading culture, industry challenges
The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA), yesterday, lamented poor reading culture in the country, saying Nigerians no longer read to improve knowledge but to earn certificates and pass their examinations.
Book industry loses N10bn to COVID-19 pandemic
Udoka Nwaehike is a graphics designer and printer. He is alo an events planner. He was just begining activities for the year after his yearly vacation in February...
Lagos action plan and future of book publishing in Africa
Gbadega Adedapo is the president of the Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) and member of the International Publishers Association (IPA) Executive Committee. He is also a former president of the Publishers Association of South Africa (PASA) and Chair, IPA Inclusive Publishing & Literacy Committee.
Publishers deplore absence of book policy for industry growth
The Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA) has identified the lack of an effective book policy as a major hinderance to the effective performance of the industry.
Publishing… when world leaders push for sustainable book development in Africa
International Publishers Association (IPA), in conjunction with Nigerian Publishers Association (NPA), held a landmark seminar recently in Lagos that had ‘Publishing for Sustainable Development: The Role of Publishers...