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Empty Arms, My Thorny Road to Government House and Chijike- Librarian Book Picks

By Regina Alabere on Mon, 27/06/2016 - 12:10

What are you reading this week? Check out the top three books we can’t wait to read, selected for you by our librarian.

 

 

Empty Arms by Adenubi, Mobolaji- Fiction

 

This study examines the feminist perspectives. It has raised the female consciousness to withstand the grains of patriarchy. The work examines what feminism is, the changes that have taken place in the portrayal of women in the society, a vivid description of gender inequality, its adverse effect on women and the steps taken to correct it.

 

 

My Thorny Road to Government House by Onoh, Christian - NonFiction

 

This book is a revealing account by one who has been on the political scene of Nigeria. Struggling through the mill, Onoh finally decided to make a bid for Governorship of Anambra State and succeeded. He became Governor in 1983 for a brief period. Here is his startling story of the political Nigeria from pre-independence, through the First Republic, to the present time... This book is remarkable for its personal eye-witness clarity and makes essential reading for politically aware Nigerians who are concerned about Nigeria with all its potentials has not been able to assume fully the role left for her by destiny -  to be the greatest country in Black Africa.

 

 

Chijike by Obi-Obasi, Chinyere - Children Fiction

 

The book discusses the life of a young lad Chijike and his adventure as he gets into Senior Secondary School...

 

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