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Nigerian Internet Fraudsters Scamming Tricks & Techniques Revealed By An Insider By Michael A. Jones
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This ebook is the most anticipated information packed book that reveals all of Nigerian Internet Fraudsters Scamming Tricks & Techniques.It is a must have for everybody browsing online.In this... More > ebook,you will discover the old, present and the latest deadly tricks & techniques of the online criminals and safeguard yourself. Also, you will discover their 2010 high-scam/hacking conspiracy planned attacks targeted at U.S, Canada, U.K, Europe & Asia, computer & internet users. BeAware and safeguard yourself, don't be a victim! Protect your hard earned money/life from this wicked cyber criminals!!!< Less
Desert Roses By Tolani Olorunfemi
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Desert roses is a novel that tells the story of a certain group of people and follows a series of events that lead to the connection of the lives of two remarkable ladies Simi and... More > Lolade. Simi’s life was a bed of roses and she thought she had a wonderful life already laid out for her. But after the loss of her parents, friends and fortunes, she felt she had lost everything that had guaranteed her a perfect future. As a result, her spirit was shattered and she was thrown into a life of darkness and insecurity. It was left to Lolade, a youth corps member who found Simi in one of her darkest hours to give her the strength she needed in order to strive against all odds. Using her own experience as a guide, she was finally able to restore Simi’s confidence and regain the perfect future she once thought she had lost. Thanks to her, Simi was able to thrive like a desert rose, rustic and relentless.< Less
A Broken Pot By Adeniyi Adeniji et al.
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A Book of Nigerian fiction by various African-based Authors.
Fisherman Song for Flute and Organ By Godwin Sadoh
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The Fisherman Song was composed on May 27, 2016, in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria. The creative process of this piece was informed by a fictional folk story created by the composer,... More > in which a fisherman uses his flute to catch fish. Each time the man goes to the river for fishing, he would start his expedition by playing tuneful melodies on his musical instrument. As soon as the fish hears the sound of the flute, they all rush to the surface of the river to fully enjoy the sonorous melodies emitting from the wind instrument. Once the fisherman spots a large amount of the sea creatures assembled, he would swiftly spread out his net to entrap the school of fish. He goes home smiling with a bountiful harvest for his family, friends, neighbors and for sale at the local village market. In terms of tonal organization, the flute melody and pedal accompaniment are affixed to the hexatonic scale of six pitches (drmfsl), as exemplified in some traditional African music genres.< Less
Children of Koloko By Chin Ce
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A humourous narrative on the follies and foibles of modern African life observed through the eyes of a young hero. Children of Koloko ranks in the first class of satirical tales.
Children of Koloko By Chin Ce
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A humourous narrative on the follies and foibles of modern African life observed through the eyes of a young hero. Children of Koloko ranks in the first class of satirical tales.
Opuliche By Pauline K. Davids
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Opuliche is the story of every girl who must rise through an old tradition of boy child preference in some African societies to be called a woman of substance. It had seemed a man's world with its... More > benign disregard for the girl child but Opuliche struggles through western missionary education to overcome traditional, religious and male-centred conditions. Her triumph in the face of many odds is the hope of us all in humanity.< Less
Opuliche By Pauline K. Davids
eBook (PDF): $17.50
Opuliche is the story of every girl who must rise through an old tradition of boy child preference in some African societies to be called a woman of substance. It had seemed a man's world with its... More > benign disregard for the girl child but Opuliche struggles through western missionary education to overcome traditional, religious and male-centred conditions. Her triumph in the face of many odds is the hope of us all in humanity.< Less
From Warri With Love By Arit Auke Abolade
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Her life takes an interesting turn when a naive teenage girl Ojevwe from New-York street on Udu road is shown an unusual kindness by a wheelbarrow boy, Ochuko at Igbudu market, Warri. There is... More > something unsettling about their first meeting but God’s purpose is revealed as they both journey through unexpected events in their lives. Was God intending this for good?< Less
This Once Happened To Ada's Mother By Arit Auke Abolade
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Adorned with inestimable benefits of being born into wealth and with certificates from prestigious institutions overseas, Ada in stuck in a remote community in Ondo as she struggles with love,... More > culture, and a leadership position in an international oil firm. She is uncertain the way out of her troubles, familiar as they are. But finally she has reason to deepen her relationship with Christ as she discovers there is a way out if she can learn to open up and trust God.< Less

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