The key idea of this book is improving wellbeing, developing the mind to see positivity and having happiness regardless of any situation.
In Waning Strength of Government, Obaze draws on twenty-three of his various speeches, policy briefs, lectures and op-eds, to render exploratory essays that dissect some common patterns and trajectories that point anthetically to factors and conducts, which ought to constitute the strength of government, but don’t.
WHERE ‘D YOU GO is a collection of short stories about terrorism in Northern Nigeria.
Sir Richard Grunt had his past questioned by a crash. A thin line could not deter Michelier from following her heart, just as the heart of Nguesso Nomvete strayed from the ethics of prostitution.
Hadiza Musa, 25 years old, has been through hell. As a bubbly fun-loving teenager, she marries the impulsive Abdurrazaq Zanna, known as AR, and for eight years she suffers starvation, rape, and mental abuse from an increasingly obsessive husband.
Thrilling, funny, irresistible, and full of suspense, Village Boy is not just a real-life saga of a poverty-stricken boy who overcame incredible obstacles and prevailed against all odds.
Fadeke and Chinedu are shocked when they come across each other in the elevator of a building they both work in.
Thread of Gold Beads chronicles the tumultuous life of Amelia, daughter of the last independent King of Danhomè, King Gbèhanzin. She is the apple of her father’s eye, loved beyond measure by her mother, and overprotected by her siblings.
In this powerfully wrought work of fiction, Ojo Makanjuola Stephens tells his own story. Of how he tries to rise from the ashes of poverty.
The Travails of a First Wife is an expose on the attitudes of rival women living in the same house.