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Proudly Nigerian, Proudly African.

Proudly Nigerian, Proudly African.

A collection  books from the best selling and up coming of Nigerian and African authors. Made in Africa for the world.

In his remarkable second collection of poetry, Damola Mabogunje examines the ups and downs, peaks and valleys of life’s journey and the seasons we go through. This book reaches out and poses a challenge, daring the reader to live and live fully.Software engineer by day, blogger, poet and author ..
N1,650
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Imprisoned for ten years for his rage against society, activist and retired academic Prof resolves to live a life of darkness after his release from prison. He holes up in his apartment, pushing away friends and family, and embraces his status as an urban legend in the neighbourhood until a knock at..
N2,700
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A Stranger’s Pose by Emmanuel Iduma - Paperback
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A Stranger’s Pose is an evocative and mesmerising account of travels across different African cities. With lyrical and absorbing prose, Emmanuel invites the reader to share in his travels, and the encounters he made along the way. Alongside these depictions of new places and people is a compelling, ..
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Phoenix Advertising Agency rising star Tishe is looking forward to her first date with the sharply-dressed Adnan. But she is horrified when she finds out that he is a tailor. She vows that there will be no second date … ever. But then, they share a goodnight kiss, igniting more desire in Tishe than ..
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They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. But this delectable romance has Toby, manager of the Bar-Rage, winning over feisty mum and successful baker Adoo with his delicious pizza, suave good looks and his calm, confident demeanour. Soon, Adoo and Toby are enjoying spontaneous dates...
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A Walk in the Desert is a clarion call to every Nigerian that we can become more, that we can build a country that we will all be proud of. Of course, it won’t be easy—it is not supposed to—but with shared commitment and focus, we can turn things around and birth a new story of shared greatness.As I..
N4,500
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Brand: Ouida Books
Dami Ajayi’s second volume of poems, A Woman’s Body is a Country, interrogates the ramifications of affection. A work of impressive artistry, these are poems of life turned inside out, where time cheats on writers, and the people and things at the brunt end of our oppressive pleasures come back..
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Abuja Through My Lens is a travel photobook perfect for locals or tourists looking for fun activities in the city. The photobook provides images of locations with artwork from local artisans, restaurants, food, drinks, landmarks, etc.The photo book is not your typical travel book with only well-know..
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What marks life in Addis Ababa are the starkly different realities coexisting in one place. It’s a growing city taking shape beneath the fraught weight of history, myth, and memory. It is a heady mix. It can also be disorienting, and it is in this space that the stories of Addis Ababa Noir reside . ..
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Adoo's life is fun and bubbly until a period of strike by strangers across the country forces everyone to go home for an indefinite period. In this time, her whole life changes in many ways she might never have guessed possible. She would eventually have to make a choice of where to place her heart ..
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Afonja: The Fall by Tunde Leye - Paperback
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Brand: Masobe
The book continues the story of the powerful warrior; Afonja, through the various political events of the 17th century Oyo Empire and what led to the decline of Ilorin. As Afonja pursues his desire to claim his promised Kakanfo title, his megalomania grows and he metamorphoses into a man who sees hi..
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Afonja: The Rise by Tunde Leye - Paperback
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Brand: Masobe
When Alaafin Abiodun Adegolu died, the Oyo Empire was in a slow decline. The provincial chiefs who helped him defeat the tyrannical Bashorun Gaa had grown in power and the Oyo chiefs were more politicians than warriors. So, when the Oyo Mesi selected a provincial prince, Aole Arogangan to ascend the..
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