This play is about the last 100 hours in the life of a great African patriot. It recreates the cumulative events that led to his assassination by his best friend and deputy in collusion with foreign governments
Michael Owoyemi is about to close a multi-million-dollar business deal on behalf of his demanding employer.
Riot in Ubahu is the story of a school – a federal government college, as she fares under her principal, Chief Obama Orizu, fondly called Obama by students, staff and family members.
The North East Intellectual Entrepreneurship Fellowship (NEIEF) is a youth-led programme of socially active and vibrant intellectuals who brainstorm and articulate the challenges of radicalization in Nigeria’s North-East and Lake Chad Region.
Obito is about the unconfirmed death of a Benin King and it’s cover-up, the uncertainty of its validity amongst the towns citizens and its chiefs. The role of the media and the tradition.
Finally thriving as a criminal in an infamous rundown city nicknamed The Bottoms, 18-year-old Nyx is forced to leave to rescue her only friend. When she is imprisoned for her damning discoveries she must do everything to regain her freedom, even if that means losing everything she’s ever known.
Two men, One dicator, A country in turmoil.
Into this mix is thrown a new novel that thr3eatens to expose the rotten underbelly of “a man of God” who has not only bewitched his flock but has sunk his fangs into the Head of State.
A struggling, UK-based Nigerian is overwhelmed by the demands of his family back home, and a recent returnee is dazed by his country’s veneration of non-black foreigners.
From the Crevices of Corps Hearts is a collection of short stories that map the experiences of the Nigerian corps members. From the anxiety preceding their posting, to the underlying motives of the scheme, Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh tells the story of Nigeria’s educated youth corps.
Hang No Clothes Here is a tale of a Nigerian policeman who gets thrown, unwittingly, into an international turf war between two major international drug cartels,