The book begins with a more detailed autobiography of his boyhood by the amiable PZ himself and continues with reflections by contributors on how the Late PZ Aginighan touched their lives. What better way to pay tribute! Each story from the different contributors exposes us to timeless biblical truths, scriptural references, and leadership lessons. As such, the book can be read as a devotional or as anecdotes of the inspirational life of the Odudu of Africa, Late PZ Aginighan.
The stories were compiled by Dubamo Aginighan, his youngest son and author of Grace Vision and Unity; A Corper’s Story.₵55.00₵55.00
In this timely and relevant book, Flight Lieutenant Anthonia Egbujiobi presents facts and figures from her detailed research on curbing insecurity and calls for co-operation between the military and civilians as the way to combating insecurity. The book also suggests how this collaboration can and should be achieved.
She was inspired to author this book when she was nominated by the United Nations to serve in Congo as a military observer. Her experiences about the programmes and empowerment schemes she conducted in Congo – which earned her a recognition and award by the UN and Nigerian Air Force – with the peoples and communities where she served are documented in her first book titled, Building Castles With Pebbles.₵55.00
In this book, the author prescribes attitudes to adopt and live by should one wish to make a headway despite one’s circumstances. She also shares anecdotes of her personal experiences to assert that these are not just mere hypotheses, but tried-and-trusted principles.
Building Castles with Pebbles is a breath of fresh air. It is both good news (for a change) and a message of hope.₵55.00
All of us were born to contribute. God planted the seed of greatness in each and everyone of us, and grooming and developing this seed is the foundation for our ultimate fulfillment in life. The truths contained in this book are the core principles and ideas that will help the reader develop a holistic portrait of what it takes to bring their greatness to life. It is the quest of all of us to be great. It is nothing to feel guilty or bashful about. This book equips the reader to rise to the call of greatness, and learn how to look out for themselves by looking out for the world in which they live. Rise is filled with copious anecdotes from the life of the author as he shares generously and frankly about the lessons that have defined his journey thus far, paying close attention to the principles that were set in play deliberately or ignorantly and the results they delivered. One of the core ideas in the book is that our loyalty ultimately should lie with the set of principles that under gird the reality of how things work; making the point that we prosper largely by aligning with these principles, perfecting our interactions with them to improve our lives.₵55.00₵55.00
Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has been many things. In this insightful text, Nyaho takes us on a journey through his life, from his childhood in pre-independence Accra, to the year 2013, following Ghana’s seminal encounter with the ballot box in December 2012. His candid and thought-provoking narrative reflects meaningfully on significant (but often forgotten) socio-political events in Ghana. We share in Nyaho’s sobering experiences in some of Ghana’s prisons and detention centres as an inmate. We share in his tumultuous experiences as a football administrator in Ghana. We are also exposed to some of the dynamics that have influenced contemporary politics in Ghana, including the 2012 parliamentary and presidential elections.₵200.00
The first fifty years of the CPP – a historical account.₵70.00
Required reading for all interested in the Algerian Revolution, and in Fanon’s brief but highly productive contribution. A close study is made of the relationship between Fanon’s ideological development and the content and impact of his political philosophy.₵115.00₵115.00
This book considers the first years of the Congo Republic following independence in 1960. Particular analysis is made of Lumumba’s policies and of western pressures in this crucial experience of the African Revolution.
The story of Lumumba underlines the correctness of Nkrumah’s Pan-African thesis.₵115.00
The texts of broadcasts to the people of Ghana made in Conakry by Kwame Nkrumah between March and December 1966 on Radio Guinea’s “Voice of the Revolution”. Their purpose was first to expose the true nature of the coup of 24th February 1966; and secondly to encourage resistance.₵80.00₵80.00
Africa in the struggle against world imperialism. This little classic was completed in 1945. In the words of the author: “Most of the points I made then have been borne out to the letter and confirmed by subsequent developments in Africa and Asia.“₵95.00
This new and expanded edition is a valuable guide to the political thought of Nkrumah.
Part one, by the editors of The Spark (Accra), deals with Nkrumah’s policies to 1964.
Part Two, by the editors of Panaf Books, concerns the period after 1964.
Of particular significance in the new Part Two is a survey of the very important books written by Nkrumah during the Conakry period between March 1966 and August 1971.
The themes include: forms of the independence struggle; colonialism, imperialism and neocolonialism; economic development; the role of the vanguard party; class struggle; and the unification of Africa.₵110.00
The six pamphlets in this book reflect the indomitable spirit of Kwame Nkrumah, the symbol of fighting Africa.
The first, What I Mean by Positive Action, was written in 1949 when the campaign for the independence of Ghana was at its height.
The other five pamphlets were all written between 1966 and 1968 in Conakry, Guinea, where this great Pan-Africanist carried on the socialist revolutionary struggle to which he devoted his whole life.
1 What I Mean by Positive Action
2 The Spectre of Black Power
3 The Struggle Continues
4 Ghana: The Way Out
5 The Big Lie
6 Two Myths
All except the first, which was written in 1949 at the height of the national liberation struggle, were written in Conakry between 1967 and 1968. Not only is Kwame Nkrumah’s theoretical work highly original and consistent, it is also a practical guide to revolutionary action.₵90.00₵90.00