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Supremost Comradium! By Chief Adekunle Adetunji Ewatomi (Olu Omo) World HQ
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Historically, the conception of the idea to start the now Kegites’ Club International (initially known as "Palmwine Drinkers klub") started at a palm wine drinking... More > shop/‘joint’ at the then University College (now University of Ibadan (UNIBADAN)). However, the particular spot where the shop was constructed is located in the region given out by the University first as the temporary site for the University of Ife (UNIFE (now Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)), Ile Ife and later, to establish the Polytechnic, Ibadan. This book provides an insight into the world the 'supremost comradium' and everything you need to know about this great club.< Less
The Contradictions of 'One Nigeria' Corruption of Power and Failure in Victory By Uchenna Odogwo
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Historical accounts of polictical events in Nigeria pertaining to military and civilian rule.
THE RHYTHMS OF NIGERIAN LEADERS By MICHAEL OHAN
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This reference book is the culmination of a three-year-research by this author aimed at preserving some of the indelible and remarkable philosophical statements of Nigerian leaders for future... More > generations of Nigerians, and the world at large. Excerpts: Give us a country to be proud of and you will see how proud we can be – by Anthony Enahoro. If the price of nationhood is regular blood-letting, then let us not be a nation – by Emeka Ojukwu. You delegate authority but you do not delegate responsibility – by Ibrahim Babangida. In the court of public opinion, legal advice is useless – by M.K.O Abiola. A community in which a dog kills a tiger is unsafe to live in - by Obafemi Awolowo. There is nothing wrong in washing dirty linens in public, if the linens belong to the public - Olusegun Obasanjo. Nigeria is like a silk gown. You can never wear it properly, and it will not stay where you want it to stay – by Shehu Shagari.< Less
THE RHYTHMS OF NIGERIAN LEADERS By MICHAEL OHAN
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This reference book is the culmination of a three-year-research by this author aimed at preserving some of the indelible and remarkable philosophical statements of Nigerian leaders for future... More > generations of Nigerians, and the world at large. Excerpts: Give us a country to be proud of and you will see how proud we can be – by Anthony Enahoro. If the price of nationhood is regular blood-letting, then let us not be a nation – by Emeka Ojukwu. You delegate authority but you do not delegate responsibility – by Ibrahim Babangida. In the court of public opinion, legal advice is useless – by M.K.O Abiola. A community in which a dog kills a tiger is unsafe to live in - by Obafemi Awolowo. There is nothing wrong in washing dirty linens in public, if the linens belong to the public - Olusegun Obasanjo. Nigeria is like a silk gown. You can never wear it properly, and it will not stay where you want it to stay – by Shehu Shagari.< Less
On the Mind and Freedom By Elliot Murphy
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This book explores aspects of human cognitive capacities and how they structure our knowledge of reality. It then discusses the political and economic structure of the West to see whether particular... More > theories of human nature are reflected in and promoted by the dominant institutions. It reviews the human rights record of Britain based on information from journals and scholarly histories, focusing primarily on the post-war world. There are many books which deal with the mind, but this book draws together some of the most significant and illuminating advances in recent cognitive science. There are also many books which deal with education, economics, political philosophy and British foreign policy, but much of Whitehall’s support of brutal regimes from Suharto in Indonesia to Obasanjo in Nigeria are unknown to the public and remain unresearched by journalists and academics. In short, there are many books which deal with ‘the mind’ and ‘freedom,’ but not many which deal with the ‘and.’< Less