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The Tree Must Go Down, Even Here, Even Now andThe Oil Conspiracy–Librarian Book Picks

By Comfort Olukogbon on 27 Apr, 2015

Check out this week’s selection of great books chosen by our librarians! You can find all of these awesome titles and more at our Community Library at 196 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos. Looking for your next great read? Search our catalogue and e-library or browse previous picks for inspiration.

The Tree must go down by Otuokpaikhian, J.U

Oziegbe, the witch doctor, convinces his fellow villagers that the neighbouring community enjoys unmerited power and prestige only because of their tree with its supernatural powers in the market place. Men's minds are haunted by the fear of witchcraft so the tree must go down. How then can Odion come to declare that the tree still stands? The story moves to a grim and inevitable conclusion...

Even here, even now by Adekunle, Adeniyi and Kasumu, Olakunle

This is an inspiring stories, lessons and smart advice from 12 Entrepreneurs and visionaries!

The Oil Conspiracy by Opki, Kalu

Three big shots who desperately want to acquire more money are involved in illegal deals ranging from duping the government in oil business known as the Wessoil deal; to a silver deal that consequently leads to the third and last plan, which is smuggling out cannabis in order to break even. This last survival plan brings out the brutality and heartlessness in them, when they resort to arson and murder to cover up their tracks and to remove all obstacle in their way to getting what they want...

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