• Are You Not A Nigerian? Thoughts on a Nation at Crossroads (Pre-order)

    *Available from 15th September 2019.

    Are You Not A Nigerian? chronicles a country’s fourth attempt at democratic governance after many years of military dictatorship. Through his personal experiences and observations, Báyọ̀ Olúpohùndà captures the reality of Nigeria’s socio-political environment at the turn of the millennium, the collapse of dignity in service, and the ubiquitous “Nigerian factor” that creates entitlement.

    Are You Not A Nigerian? examines the lost opportunities, the disappointment of successive administrations, and the dilemma of a nation at a crossroads.

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  • Easy Motion Tourist

    *Available of 15th September,2019.

    Guy Collins, a British hack, is hunting for an election story in Lagos. A decision to check out a local bar in Victoria Island ends up badly – a mutilated female body is discarded close by and Collins is picked up as a suspect. In the murk of a hot, groaning and bloody police station cell, Collins fears the worst. But then Amaka, a sassy guardian angel of Lagos working girls, talks the police station chief around. She assumes Collins is a BBC journo who can broadcast the city’s witchcraft and body parts trade that she’s on a one-woman mission to stop.With Easy Motion Tourist’s astonishing cast, Tarantino has landed in Lagos. This page turning debut crime novel pulses with the rhythm of Nigeria’s mega-city, reeks of its open drains and sparkles like the champagne quaffed in its upmarket districts.

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  • How to Build Your Own Country – Hardcover

    Age Range: 8 – 12 years

    How to Build Your Own Country is an interactive and totally original learning experience that shows kids how to build their very own country from scratch.

    This book, the only one of its kind, offers children the expertise and advice they’ll need to plant their flag in the backyard, in the bedroom or online. Kids will be amazed to discover that anyone can do it. Nation-building advice is peppered with examples of events that have shaped countries throughout history, teaching young readers about government, elections, geography and global issues.

    Backed up with lots of amazing examples of real micronations – some established or ruled by kids – How to Build Your Own Country promises to inspire, entertain and inform young nation-builders.

    Why not start your own country? The kingdom of Jason! The federal republic of Katie! Let HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN COUNTRY be your guide to starting a nation from scratch. It’s as easy as 123

    Step 1: Stake out your identity by creating a flag, writing a national anthem and putting your name on the map.

    Step 2: Run the country by holding elections, forming a government and laying down the law.

    Step 3: Meet the neighbors by joining international organizations and finding allies who will help you face the big issues of the world.

    Just think: your own personal country! Even if it were only the size of a bathmat, it would be all yours! So grab a copy of
 HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN COUNTRY, and get ready to rule!

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  • The Ghost of Sani Abacha

    *Available on 15 September,2019
    A harassed servant plots his grim revenge (A History of Human Servitude)… Sheri puts a potential boyfriend to the test (Man Rating)… Phiri contends for his civil service career (The Fall of Phiri Bombai)…and a politician in his finest hour finds himself possessed by a begoggled demon (The Ghost of Sani Abacha)…26 stories of life and love in the aftermath of autocracy, delivered with wit and insight by one of Africa’s most incisive writers.
    50.00
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